Neil LaButes The Break Of Noon. :at what cost salvation? "What if God told you to be a better person but the world wouldnt allow it?" |
John Smith is the soul survivor of a terrible tragedy. We follow John as he tries to navigate through his life and relationships with his newly found faith, to discover why.
'His journey toward personal enlightenment--past greed and lust and the other deadly sins--is, by turns, tense, hilarious, profane, and heartbreaking.
Exploring the narrow path to spiritual fulfillment and how strewn it is with the funny, frantic failings of humankind, The Break of Noon showcases Neil LaBute at his discomfiting best.'
The Break Of Noon
Written by: Neil LaBute
Directed by: Chris Whitby
Starring: Jennifer Baker, Robin Cunningham, Tim MacLean, Nola Martin, Amy Milligan, Melanie Pyne and Jimi Shlag
Stage managed by: Murphy Diggon
The Assembly Theatre, 1479 Queen St W, Toronto.
March 15th -25th, 2018, 8pm
Triple ByPass Productions is a collective of actors who decided to take back some control of their careers. Founded in 2014, TBP produces modern plays with an edge that are relevant to todays audiences. We also like to toss in a little humour as well. Triple ByPass Productions was voted patrons pick,'best ensemble' and 'a company to watch' receiving NNNN is NOW Magazine for Eric Bogosian's 'SKUNKWEED" Toronto Fringe 2015 at Theatre Passe Muraille.
First producing John Patrick Shanley's 'Savage in Limbo' at Storefront theatre receiving NNNN-Now Magazine. Our next show George F. Walker's 'The End of Civilization' at Fraser Studio's 2015, then came 'Skunkweed' Fringe 2015 ("This production hits the sweet spot. Theres a remarkable groundedness in the acting"-Mooney on Theatre), Stephen Adly Guirgis' 'Den of Thieves' at Unit 102, 2016, and our most recent show was George F. Walkers Adult Entertainment' at Tarragon, Fringe 2017
If you crave great acting, storytelling and an exciting night in the theatre, you do not want to miss a Triple ByPass Production.
The Assembly Theatre (View)
1479 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON M6R 1A1
|Minimum Age: 13|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|