Toronto

2015 Toronto Fringe Festival

Empty Sea Company & Invincible Emu Productions present

GEORAMA

A comedy by Jackie Torrens, award winning playwright and Gemini Award nominated screenwriter for TV’s The Trailer Park Boys

Georama Poster - Logo - Small

Directed by Arne MacPherson

Featuring Kevin P. Gabel and Mandi Maxwell

Venue #13: Factory Theatre Studio
125 Bathurst Street

Friday, July 3 at 3:00 pm
Sunday, July 5 at 1:15 pm
Tuesday, July 7 at 4:45 pm
Wednesday, July 8 at 9:15 pm
Thursday, July 9 at 5:15 pm
Friday, July 10 at 7:30 pm
Saturday, July 11 at 11:00 pm

Twitter: @EmptySeaCompany @InvincibleEmu
@MandiandKevin

TICKETS $10

ADVANCE TICKETS $12 ($10 +$2 service charge)

TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE AND BY PHONE:

http://fringetoronto.com/fringe-festival/shows/georama/

(416) 966-1062

Tickets will be available in person during the festival and can be purchased at the Festival Box Office (581 Bloor St W, in the parking lot behind Honest Ed’s)

Georama Program Graphic

Photo by Katelyn Giesbrecht (KAGE Photography)

Georama begins and ends with two people: a man named Hal and a woman named Sal. They’ve been best friends for twenty years, and know each other so well they can finish each other’s sentences. Since they met in grade one, their lives have followed very different trajectories — Hal is wealthy, successful, and full of optimism about the world, while the disillusioned Sal is struggling to make ends meet and stay one step ahead of the neighbourhood kids throwing rocks at her head. Despite their differences, though, their friendship is solid and nothing could ever, ever change that!

Or so they think.

A moment of discovery turns Hal and Sal’s lives upside down, pitting them against each other and threatening their lifelong relationship. Now, in front of a theatre full of strangers, they face off in a “debate” that slowly loses its objectivity as their buried issues and resentments rise to the surface.

Thought provoking, mysterious, and laugh-out-loud hilarious, Georama delivers a compelling story that will leave audiences ruminating long after it’s over.

Updated June 11, 2015

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