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Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812

Crow’s Theatre & Musical Stage Company
December 5 – March 24, 2024

Written by: Dave Malloy
Directed by: Chris Abraham
Choreographed by: Ray Hogg
Music Directed by: Ryan DeSouza
Apprentice Directed by: Bryn Kennedy
Set Designed by: Julie Fox & Joshua Quinlan
Costume Designed by: Ming Wong
Lighting Designed by: Kimberly Purtell
Sound Designed by: Ryan Borshuk
Stage Managed by: Sarah Miller

Cast: Divine Brown, Evan Buliung, Rita Dottor, Camille Eanga-Selenge, Donna Garner, Hailey Gillis, George Krissa, Lawrence Libor, Marcus Nance, Heeyun Park, Andrew Penner, Louise Pitre & Brendan Wall.

Crow’s Theatre and The Musical Stage Company present the long-awaited Canadian premiere of the Broadway phenomenon NATASHA, PIERRE & THE GREAT COMET OF 1812 by Dave Malloy.

This 12-time Tony-nominated musical delivers a radically contemporary and moving take on Tolstoy’s War and Peace with its audacious storytelling and groundbreaking score that mixes indie rock, pop, folk, electronic dance, and classic Broadway music.


Mainspace, Tarragon Theatre
November 7-December 10, 2023

Written by: Morris Panych
Directed by: Jackie Maxwell
Assistant Directed by: Bryn Kennedy
Set Designed by: Ken MacDonald
Costume Designed by: Joyce Padua
Lighting Designed by: Kimberly Purtell
Sound Designed by: Jacob Lin
Stage Managed by: Sandy Plunkett

Cast: Benedict Campbell, Corrine Koslo, Nancy Palk & Jonathan Sousa.

Three people gaze out their living room window as the days pass. Across the street in Withrow Park life goes on – or is it a dream?

Then a knock at the door. Time has found them, hiding in plain sight. Or possibly it’s just a man in a wrinkled suit. But they must act, now, or forever be devoured by their own indifference. Logan Avenue awaits, and beyond it, heaven, perhaps. They can no longer live on the periphery of their own lives. They must invite the young man to dinner.


Stratford Festival, Festival Theatre
May 17-October 28, 2022

Written by: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Peter Pasyk
Assistant Directed by: Bryn Kennedy
Set Designed by: Patrick Lavender
Costume Designed by: Michelle Bohn
Lighting Designed by: Kimberly Purtell
Sound Designed by: Richard Feren
Stage Managed by: Brian Scott

Cast: Graham Abbey, Hilary Adams, Bola Aiyeola, Celia Aloma, Maev Beaty, isi bhakhomen, Laura Condlln, Austin Eckert, Jakob Ehman, Ijeoma Emesowum, Rachel Jones, Matt Kabwe, John Kirkpatrick, Kevin Kruchkywich, Josue Laboucane, Ngabo Nabea, Andrea Rankin, Anthony Santiago, Tyrone Savage, Michael Spencer-Davis, Amaka Umeh & Norman Yeung.

Prince Hamlet, son of Denmark’s late king, is horrified – and placed in a moral quandary – by the apparition of his father’s ghost. This spectre claims to have been murdered by the brother who now wears his crown – and who, having married the widowed queen, is now not only Hamlet’s uncle but also his stepfather. The ghost demands vengeance, but can it be trusted? And can the taking of a life ever be justified? Can this troubled family tolerate any further loss?


Factory Theatre, Mainspace
Next Stage Theatre Festival
January 10-20, 2019

Directed, Written & Produced by: Ali Joy Richardson
Assistant Directed and Assistant Produced by: Bryn Kennedy
Lighting Designed by: Steph Raposo
Sound Designed, Fight Choreographed & Production Managed by: Neil Silcox
Stage Managed by: Lucy McPhee

Cast: Hershel Blatt, Andrew Di Rosa, Michaela Di Cesare, Bria McLaughlin, Danny Pagett. Natasha Ramondino & Andy Trithardt

Originally developed in a two week workshop through Canadian Stage’s RBC Director Development Residency. Finalist for the 2018 Safe Words New Canadian Play Award. A Bear Awake In Winter was generously supported by the Toronto Arts Council & Ontario Arts Council.

2007. Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. A high school band class. A new teacher from Toronto wants to be an inspiration to his jaded students but is afraid to come out to them. A boy bullies a girl in insidious ways until she takes matters into her own hands. An act of violence at a school dance fractures the community. This is a dark, funny, and difficult story about the fight to stand up for yourself.