By Trevor Copp The online virtual world of ‘Second Life’ stretches thousands of kilometres and millions of visitors. While searching for her lost sister, Jessica struggles to find out what – and who – are real. Life and it’s double are at stake in this multi-media exploration of loss in the digital age. Check out pictures from the university tour of the workshop production below.
Come see Burlington’s own fringe festival- newly rebooted! If it can be performed, then odds are it will happen at this 2-day take the building over by storm festival. TBT will be entering ‘Oh The Humanity’ by Will Eno – author of ‘Thom Pain’ – this year! Performances: July 19 (evening) and July 20 (afternoon and evening) at the Student Theatre Centre.
Tickets to the full Festival are only $20 (Please tell them TBT sent you!) www.flounderfest.com
by Rhiannon Russell You name it, there’s a pretty good chance Trevor Copp has done it. The 35-year-old self-described “theatre creator” has a master’s degree in theatre, studied at the Marcel Marceau International School of Mime, won awards as a ballroom dancer, taught acting at McMaster University and, in 2008, founded Tottering Biped Theatre… Click here to read the full article.