Blast From The Past Presents... One Night Only

Blast From The Past Presents... One Night Only
One-Eyed Duck Recording and Publishing
Pat Silver
55 minutes

Do you still have that tattered teddy bear you carried around everywhere, that work of art which adorned the fridge, or that super secret diary you poured all your teenage angst into? Blast From the Past presents... One Night Only, breathes new life into these cherished items we once held so dear.

Inspired by childhood show-and-tell, we journey back in time to when life was simpler. For one night only, real-life stories are shared on stage by a new engaging storyteller each night, and then reimagined into a completely unscripted improv comedy by some of Toronto’s best comedians.


Justine Cargo
Susan Debreceni
Aaron DeSousa
Rosh Abdullah
Leigh Cameron
Janet Davidson
Alison Haines
Chantal Lim
Quentin Matheson
Candace Meeks
John Richardson
Adil Dhalla-Kim
Elaine Gold
Franco Nguyen
Alia Rasul
Jada Rifkin
Rico Rodriguez
Pat Silver
Poster Art
Whitney Torres
Susan Debreceni
Stage Manager
Justine Cargo


  Date Time
7th July 6:00pm Tickets
9th July 10:00pm Tickets
10th July 6:30pm Tickets
12th July 7:00pm Tickets
13th July 6:00pm Tickets
15th July 2:00pm Relaxed Performance Tickets
16th July 3:00pm Tickets


9 : Native Earth's Aki Studio

585 Dundas Street E
M5A 2B7


Level of Physical Access

Covid-19 policy

Self-screening form
Proof of vaccination


Air Conditioned

Accessibility information

A Relaxed Performance will be offered on Friday July 15.

More about the company

One-Eyed Duck Recording and Publishing has been producing theatre and concerts internationally since 1984. One of the first female lead recording and family production companies in Canada. Open trade roots to Asia and Europe for many Canadian performers. The Lead artist has a Juno nomination, a gold record, and multiple song writing awards. The company has produced shows for multiple Fringe Festivals since 1995, including, Edinburgh, Pittsburg, Melbourne, Hartford, Cincinnati, Tucson. This show was created by women, who wanted to provide a safe place for individuals to be re-inspired by their past, and connect nostalgic stories from their childhood to the present day. Members of our performing company are from all backgrounds and identities. Our focus is to bring that wholesome, childlike energy of "play" back to the stage each performance and we want our audience leaving feeling good.

Land acknowledgement

We would like to acknowledge that the land we are performing on in Tkarón:to: colonially known as Toronto, is the territory of the Anishnaabe, specifically the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, the Haudenosonee, the Wendat and Petun First Nations, and is home of Indigenous Metis and Inuit peoples from across Turtle Island. This land has been home to many nations, named and unnamed since time immemorial. We acknowledge the caretakers of this land and we stand in solidarity with them. In the spirit of the Dish with One Spoon Wampum, we recognize that stewardship is a shared responsibility of all those who reside on this territory. We are grateful to be able to live, learn, create, and share stories here at Native Earth Performing Arts & Aki Studio for The Toronto Fringe Festival.

Content advice

Parental guidance advised

Show features improv scenes, which are made up on the spot, and could include mature content and language depending on scenes

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