Now running in the 3rd floor Studio at Alumnae Theatre until May 2:
Aromas by Andrew Faiz, starring Andy Fraser. Described as “A play about sexuality [Andy Fraser plays an escort named Chanel], spirituality and self”, it’s a stunningly lovely solo piece.
This short remount (it previously appeared at Red Sandcastle Theatre last fall) runs only April 28 – May 2, so don’t miss it!
Go to https://totix.ticketpro.ca/?lang=en&server=ww2#def_1110682067 to purchase tickets.
Aromas — one woman, many characters, many personalities.
Opens April 28th, 8pm. Alumnae Theatre Studio, 70 Berkeley St.
Aromas — a play about Sexuality, Spirituality and the Self
“What great theatre is all about.” — The Theatre Review
Follow Katalin as she travels around the world, from Dubai to Japan to home, with hints of many stops in-between. She lives in hotel rooms; open the door and she’s in Kentucky, open the door and she’s in Copenhagen. She visits museums and mosques, galleries and churches. She dances, on ice, and on a small stage with a brass pole. She is everything to everybody, in search of herself.
“Andrew Faiz has written and directed a nuanced, thoughtful and intellectually challenging monologue. Andy Fraser gives a very subtle and controlled performance.” — Sprockets and Greasepaint.
The incomparable Andy Fraser is at the core of this emotionally riveting one–woman play, inhabiting Katalin…
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