Crisis on St. Creskins
Crisis On St. Creskins revisits the world of Feint of Hart, an absurd comedy with cabaret flourishes set in the fictional world of transmedia artist Henri Fabergé. As a site-specific production held in the historic Campbell House Museum, Creskins is a standalone special exploring Boyce's rivalry with eccentric art school Hart College during a fictional Christmas-like celebration. A talented cast (alongside different surprise guests at each performance) presents a mix of scripted comedy, improvisation, and music for an unforgettable new holiday tradition. The audience will be treated to a multi-part theatrical romp through the various lush spaces of this historic house.
Campbell House Museum
(160 Queen St. W., at Osgoode Subway Station)
Saturday, December 13th - 7pm & 9:30 pm
Sunday, December 14th - 2pm, 7pm & 9:30 pm
Monday, December 15th - 7pm & 9:30 pm
Disclaimer: Please note that the show contains some mature subject matter and is suited for patrons aged
12 and older. Parental guidance is advised.
Tickets before December 1st: $15
Tickets after December 1st: $20
The Headmistress of Hart College cordially invites you to her annual Holiday Salon, a chance to mingle with professors and your Edwardian art student offspring alike during the
festive St. Creskins season.
Oh, that room in there? It's just Headmaster General Lorette and co. from Boyce Naval Academy. While their own dilapidated ruins are under repairs, they have been generously billeted for the holidays. They may even collaborate with the art students on the annual telling of the Creskins tale.
But young Henri Fabergé, the apple of Lorette's eye, is less interested in an illustrious military career now that he's getting a taste of bohemian dalliances. Woe, a crisis may be
Campbell House Museum (View)
160 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON M5H 3H3
|Minimum Age: 12|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|