Morro And Jasp In Stupefaction

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Join Morro and Jasp this June in the world premiere of their brand new show as they try to understand what it all means.

Produced by Kabin and U.N.I.T. Productions
Directed and Dramaturged by Byron Laviolette
Created and Performed by Heather Marie Annis and Amy Lee
Featuring Sefton Jackson, Elliott Loran and Anand Rajaram

Set & Costume Design by Robin Fisher
Lighting Design by Dave DeGrow
Projection Design by Montgomery Martin
Sound Design by Lyon Smith

Movement Coaching by Mary Ellen MacLean
Clown Coaching by John Turner

Technical Direction by Bryan Eaton
Production Managment by Ryan Wilson
Stage Management by Sarah Miller
Apprentice Stage Management by Seren Lannon

Graphic Design by Joshua Duchesne
Photography by Alex Nirta
Marketing Consultant - Caitlin Dwyer

Producer - Brian Goldenberg
Associate Producer - Alan Kliffer
Producing Guru - Derrick Chua
Artistic Producer - Katherine Rawlinson

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Artsworker & Student Discounts Available

Previews June 14 & 15
Runs June 16-24
Monday-Saturday 8:00pm
Saturday matinée 2:00pm

This brand new show follows Toronto’s beloved Clown sisters on a search for meaning, as they interpret a series of strange happenings as signs from the divine.

United in their awe, Morro and Jasp attempt to craft the rules of their new faith, but come up against each other’s ideas of what or who they are worshipping. This turns clown against clown and forces the sisters to ask – can anyone ever truly tell someone else what is worth believing in?

The Canadian Comedy Award and Dora Award winning team of Morro and Jasp have created 10 full-length shows including sell-out hits ‘Of Mice and Morro and Jasp’, ‘Morro and Jasp: Go Bake Yourself’, and ‘Morro and Jasp: 9-5’ with Factory Theatre. 2017 marks their 12 year anniversary and they are celebrating with their biggest show yet.

(The show may include special effects, haze, bright lights and loud sounds. And clowns... there will be clowns.)

"The Amy Poehler and Tina Fey of Canadian clowning...You'll leave the theatre glowing" Globe and Mail

"One of Toronto theatre's best feminist teams...Superbly heartbreaking" Toronto Star

"Absolute. Perfection."

"Morro and Jasp are the current rock stars of their field" Torontoist
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