ONCE YOU'VE FOUND IT

ONCE YOU'VE FOUND IT
Company
Reverie Theatre
Creator
Donovan Jackson
Runtime
60 minutes

A touching, contemporary drama about overcoming the obstacles of depression. What lives in Bruce’s mind is a deep shadow, an unwelcome guest—the Dark! As Bruce struggles against his foe, the answer may have been with him the whole time—what’s important in life and what matters the most. This was Reverie Theatre's premiere feature theatrical piece that was first presented in 2015. It has grown and developed over the years connecting with audiences across Canada. Utilizing projection, mask and movement, this fictional piece has been an exploration of the medium and the creator's personal struggle.


Show trailer


Credits

Stage Manager
Rex Tang
Sound Designer
Donovan Jackson & Rex Tang

Performances

  Date Time
8th July 8:30pm Tickets
9th July 10:15pm Tickets
12th July 7:15pm Tickets
13th July 2:45pm Tickets
14th July 10:15pm Tickets
15th July 4:45pm Tickets
17th July 6:45pm Tickets

Venue

10 : Ada Slaight Hall

585 Dundas Street East
Toronto
Ontario
M5A 2B7

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

This production has pre-show audio notes available on this webpage. In addition, you can download a Visual Story Guide created by the company by clicking the ADDITIONAL ACCESS SUPPORT DOCUMENT button below.
This production will have shaded glasses and stress balls available to patrons at all performances.


More about the company

This piece was created and produced by members of the mixed race community, Asian Canadian, and the 2SLGBTQ+ community.


Content advice

Not recommended for persons under 14 years of ageAbrupt cuesStrobe lights

Sensory description

This piece utilizes:
- a lot of darkness and dim lighting
- sudden changes from light to darkness
- sudden loud booms
- cacophonic voice over
- a dark coloured mask resembling a spooky monster
- large amounts of spoken monologue
- moderate amount of movement
- projections of text and imagery


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