Morro and Jasp: Save The Date

Morro and Jasp: Save The Date
Creators
Amy Lee & Heather Marie Annis
Runtime
90 minutes

“You’re the only forever I’ve ever known.”

Does saying “I Do” to someone new mean saying “I Don’t” to each other? For better or for worse, the sisters have to negotiate what their relationship will look like now that there is a third person in the mix. Can they survive this new chapter of life without the person who has always been by their side? Can they still be Morro and Jasp?

The show will present Talkbacks after the Jan 13 and Jan 18 performances:

Jan 13 - In conversation with Morro and Jasp: NOW Magazine's Glenn Sumi chats with Heather Marie Annis and Amy Lee about their fifteen-year history as Toronto's favourite clown sister duo.

Jan 18 - "Should we stop being clowns?" Heather Marie Annis and Amy Lee discuss the art of clowning and its perception within the industry.


Credits

Director
Byron Laviolette and Kat Sandler
Cast
Amy Lee & Heather Marie Annis
Producer
Victoria Laberge
Set Designer
Roxanne Ignatius
Sound & Lighting Designer
Mark Andrada
Costume Designer
Heather Marie Annis with Roxanne Ignatius
Stage Manager
Sarah Miller and Ellen Brooker
Clown Coach
John Turner

Performances

  Date Time
9th January 6:45pm  
10th January 9:30pm  
13th January 8:30pm  
13th January 10:00pm Talkback
14th January 9:00pm  
16th January 6:00pm  
18th January 2:00pm Sign Language  
18th January 3:30pm Talkback
19th January 8:00pm  

Accessibility information

An audio flyer is available on the event website

More information about ASL performance to come.


Venue

Factory Theatre Mainspace

125 Bathurst St
Toronto
Ontario
M5V 2R2

Access

Level of Physical Access
Accessible

Facilities

Air Conditioned
Yes
Washrooms
Yes
Outdoors
No

Content advice

Sexual contentAudience participationMature language

Audience participation details

We will ask audience members for their consent to join us on stage to attend a party and to play different rolls in our wedding party.

Sensory description

A high energy comedy. Bright and sometimes frenetic. Physical comedy and with mostly two-person dialogue, and some audience participation. Upbeat music occurs between scenes. One scene features a club atmosphere with colourful flashing lights and loud music.


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