These are crazy times and we’ve all taken on a bunch of new projects as we socially isolate in order to help stop the spread of Covid-19.


We’re donating where we can, we’re cleaning the pantry, we’re organizing the 2300+ title dvd library. We finished work on the Nominee Interview Series even though the live event for our yearly Critics’ Pick Awards had to be cancelled (we’ve still got trophies to give out, eventually). We started the Corona Movie Club to help curb our boredom and constant need to talk about movies with other human beings. I’m even watching network procedurals and actually writing about them.


But what we all really need is comfort. We need our favourite things and our favourite people and right now those are hard to come by so we have to do everything we can to bring them together whenever possible. For me, there’s nothing quite so comforting and joyful as Shakespeare. Luckily, I know a lot of people who also love Shakespeare- a few old friends from my alma mater’s Shakespeare Society and a few of my favourite Toronto theatre artists, all of whom just so happen to be talented and generous and responsibly socially isolated enough to want to join a nearly 3-hour 19-person Zoom call for the purposes of livestreaming Shakespeare on YouTube.


Check out Titus Andronicus in audio form below (or on iTunes) or tune into our YouTube page to watch the video version of all our readings.


A huge thank you to the cast of Titus Andronicus:

Titus Andronicus- Christopher Prentice
Aaron- Andre Sills
Lavinia- Elizabeth Ramirez
Saturninus- Kat Letwin
Bassianus- Olivia Klausen McCargar
Marcus Andronicus- Amy Keating
Captain/ Third Goth- Susan Bond
Lucius- Laura Hubbard
Tamora- Shalyn McFaul
Chiron- Nicanor Campos
Demetrius- Mo Kamaly
Tribunes/ First Goth- Nicole Falgoust
Mutius- Melissa Wright
Quintus- Tim Collins
Messenger/Second Goth- Gaby Grice
Martius/Young Lucius- Miriam B
Nurse- Saiya Floyd
Clown- Torey Urquhart
Publius- Steve Vargo
Aemilius- Elizabeth Morriss


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