Foodie & Bobo

Foodie & Bobo
Company
Night Light Collective
Creators
Eric Amaral, Chloe Currie, Adelaide Dolha, Stefan Farrer, Joshua Garcia-Hughes, Jiafan 'Felix' Hao, Megi Kaca, Selena Otello, Julianna Picarelli
Runtime
60 minutes

Foodie & Bobo is all the best parts of your favourite sitcoms mashed together. Sisters and frenemies, Betty and Fran, couldn't look more different, but they have more in common than meets the eye. Sure, Fran is fat and laidback, and Betty is uptight and outgoing. But they discover the ways they're connected when they come face to face with their deepest fears.


Credits

Director
Madeleine Vogelaar
Stage Manager
Amelia Mielke-O'Grady
Nicci Pryce
Daisy Jia
Lighting Designer
Fiona Vandermyden
Set Designer
Irene Ly
Dramaturg
Megi Kaca
Composer
River Bourque
Stefan Farrer
Costume Designer
Selena Otello
Joshua Garcia-Hughes
Clown Coach
Michelle Blight

Performances

  Date Time
6th July 4:45pm Tickets
9th July 2:45pm Tickets
10th July 7:15pm Tickets
11th July 6:00pm Tickets
13th July 4:30pm Relaxed Performance Tickets
15th July 6:00pm Tickets
16th July 10:15pm Tickets

Venue

5 : Robert Gill Theatre

214 College St
Floor 3
Toronto
Ontario
M5T 2Z9

Access

Level of Physical Access
Accessible

Covid-19 policy

Self-screening form
No
Masks
Yes
Proof of vaccination
No

Facilities

Air Conditioned
Yes
Washrooms
Yes
Outdoors
No

Accessibility information

A Relaxed Performance will be offered on Wednesday July 13.


More about the company

Foodie & Bobo was created by Night Light Collective, founded by graduates of the York University Devised Theatre program. Before founding Night Light Collective in 2021, the members contributed to other projects. Through these other projects, Night Light discovered their interest in exploring the boundaries between all kinds of media, how we use that media to interact with the world, and how it affects all of us.


Content advice

Not recommended for persons under 14 years of ageAbrupt cuesStrobe lightsMature language

Sensory description

Foodie & Bobo features sudden blackouts, brief use of strobe, and strong language. It may be difficult to understand for patrons who are deaf or hard of hearing. There will be a sign language interpreted performance.


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