1 Santosh Santosh 2 Go: Tosh Finds His Groove

1 Santosh Santosh 2 Go: Tosh Finds His Groove
Company
FNO
Creator
Srutika Sabu
Runtime
55 minutes

Mid-level tech worker Santosh Santosh AKA Tosh has it all. A pre-approved mortgage. An AMEX Gold card. A second hand Tesla. But do you know what he doesn't have? Love. Come laugh and cry as you watch Tosh tries to drink more water, dates vegetables, goes to therapy and becomes the brown uncle he was meant to be in this solo drag king and silent clown show. Directed by Umbrella Academy's Ken Hall.


Credits

Director
Ken Hall
Stage Manager
Willow Edwards
Assistant Director
Willow Edwards
Cast
Srutika Sabu, Mahdi Mozafari

More about the show experience

Latecomers will only be admitted into the theatre within the first 15 minutes of the performance.

 

Performances

  Date Time
5th July 2:15pm  
6th July 8:00pm  
7th July 9:45pm  
8th July 7:45pm  
10th July 2:15pm  
11th July 4:15pm  
12th July 12:15pm  
14th July 6:15pm Sold out

Venue

7 : Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace

16 Ryerson Ave
Toronto
Ontario
M5T 2P3

Access

Level of Physical Access
Accessible

Covid-19 policy

Masks
No

Facilities

Air Conditioned
Yes
Washrooms
Yes
Outdoors
No

Accessibility information


More about the show and company

This show is created by cool people who encompass many identities including women of colour & queer, and it is produced by FNO Theatre.

FNO Theatre company is the destination of a newcomer woman’s journey of belonging to Toronto through artistic spaces. Its mission is to give back to the art community of Toronto by creating more space for up and coming artists from underrepresented communities.


Land acknowledgement

We acknowledge that we are creating and performing on the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnaabe, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. While a land acknowledgment is not enough, it is an important decolonial practice that promotes Indigenous visibility and a reminder that Indigenous people have been living and working here from time immemorial.

As settlers and newcomers we are mindful of broken treaties and our responsibility as Treaty people to meaningfully engage in truth and reconciliation work.

We also acknowledge those who came here involuntarily, particularly those brought to these lands as a result of trans-Atlantic slave trade and slavery. This city was built on stolen land and stolen labour of Black, Indigenous and racialized people.


Content advice

Parental guidance advised Sexual content Abrupt cues Audience participation Strobe lights Mature language