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Saturday July 20 2019 at 7:00 PM
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Friday July 19 - Orangeville Curling Club - 7:30pm (Ages 14+) LLBO venue

Saturday July 20 - Revival 1863: 7:00pm and 11pm (Ages 19+) LLBO venue

“Life is a bitchload of contradictions."... "I won’t say you’re right.”... “Oh.” Four lifelong 30-something friends, each with very different takes on how to lead the best life, are locked in a strange escape room. There’s the sensible nine-to-fiver, the nonstop partier, the ambitious artiste and the peacekeeper with a potentially life-changing secret. Despite their one-of-a-kind love for one another, they can't seem to stop holding each other back. But if they can just 4-7-8 and put their longstanding beefs aside to solve the riddles, they might just break free. Written and directed by award-winning screenwriter Lauren Greenwood.

Reviews “The tightly-paced and engaging An Atlas, A Necktie & Other Concerns makes you think about the life choices we make and sometimes regret.” — NNNN review, NOW Magazine

“There’s a real tangible soul within the show and the entire cast really captures that, with each character feeling wellrounded both in writing and performance.” —Mooney on Theatre

“A delightful play with as many twists and turns as an escape room game—Greenwood’s writing and her cast shine.” — Deborah Smith, Artistic Director, Scripted Toronto

The Toronto Fringe festival, which takes place July 3-8th, is a series of plays and presentations that allow artists to develop and produce new work and then perform in 43 pop-up and dedicated venues all over Toronto.

Theatre Orangeville is presenting the Best of Toronto Fringe Festival, in a two-day event called NORTH (519) Best of Fringe. The event is to be held on July 19 to 21, 2018, in three separate Orangeville venues.

Venue

Town Hall Opera House
87 Broadway
Orangeville ON L9W 1K1


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This is a general admission performance - the seats are on a first come, first serve basis when you arrive at the theatre.

Doors open 1/2 hour prior to start of performance.