The Nature of a Bullet – Toronto Fringe 2013 Press Release

From press release:

Bullet

Corporate Rage at the Toronto Fringe:

The Nature of a Bullet

The Nature of a Bullet is about Dave. Well, Dave… and his co-workers. His father. His boss. And a brief stint with the law. Written and performed by Nick Dipchand, this play follows one man’s potential rise to the top in a world somewhat foreign to the arts: the corporation.

This new Canadian work by Ryerson grad Nick Dipchand has literally been years in the making. Six years ago The Nature of a Bullet began as a writing exercise that Nick wrote in the voice of one of his teachers. It then became a full length play for the New Voices Festival in 2011 and now it’s hitting the Toronto Fringe! NovelSidewalk Theatre Company is thrilled to be presenting this unique work at the Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace.

Madeleine Jullian, co-founder of NovelSidewalk, is directing with lighting design by Mikael Kangas and stage management by Allie Renzetti.

It’s time for Toronto theatre to get a little more… corporate.

NovelSidewalk Theatre Company
in association with The Toronto Fringe Festival presents
The Nature of a Bullet
written and performed by Nick Dipchand
directed by Madeleine Jullian
lighting design by Mikael Kangas
stage managed by Allie Renzetti

Opens July 4 runs to July 14 @ Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace, 16 Ryerson Ave.

Performances:

July 4, 6:00pm

July 6, 1:30pm

July 7, 8:00pm

July 8, 5:45pm

July 10, 8:15pm

July 11, 1:00pm

July 12, 3:30pm

July 14, 4:00pm

Please note that there is absolutely no latecomer seating.

Tickets:

At-the-door tickets: $10
At-the-door tickets are available at Theatre Passe Muraille starting one hour prior to show time – cash sales only.
Advance tickets: $11
50% of tickets are available for sale in advance.
Advance tickets go on sale June 15th, 2013.

Purchase online: fringetoronto.com.
By Phone: 416-966-1062, ext 1.
In Person: During the Festival Box Office in the parking lot behind Honest Ed’s (581 Bloor St W).

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