Death by Design: A Comedy with Murder
Feb. 19- Mar. 7, 2015
By Rob Urbinati
Directed by James Boyer
Combine an English country manor, an eclectic group of guests, and a "whodunit". Motive and mystery round out this witty comedic thriller where all the guests are possible suspects and the crime is solved in an unexpected manner.
Don't miss this hilarious whodunit in the style of Noel Coward and Agatha Christie!
Tony Marshall plays Walter Pearce in
TAG's Death By Design
Take a listen to TAG actor Tony Marshall, who plays Walter Pearce the politician, discuss the Canadian premiere of Death by Design on The Sheldon MacLeod Show! http://www.news957.com/…/…/the-sheldon-macleod-show-2-pm-67/
Playwrights @ TAG Festival
March 20-21, 2015
Next up at TAG is the second biennial Playwrights@TAG Festival featuring three original one-act plays by local playwrights. The plays are: Delusions of Grandeur, Butterscotch Palace and There Are Fewer Acorns This Year.
Two nights only! Just 180 tickets will be available for this fun event when TAG let's down its hair and lets you bring your drink into the theatre. Click here for more details.
April 30- May 16, 2015
By David Auburn
Directed by Debora Pollock
Math is a subject that can drive you crazy. Especially if you're really good at it. Or really bad at it. Or even mediocre. So it's a good thing that the play Proof isn't really about math, even though the title refers to a math proof. And even though three of the four characters are mathematicians. No, Proof is about love. Love is always challenging, and when 'math geeks' are involved, it brings a special kind of hilarity and vulnerability to the tale. A young woman who spent too long caring for her mentally ill father, spends some emotionally charged time with a young man who was his former student. Time + Emotion + Youth = Fireworks. Nothing adds to fireworks like a dose of dear old Dad and a sister with a penchant for... well, for being an older sister. If math never sizzled for you, come to see Proof, and you'll certainly solve that problem.