The Super Secret Subway Society premieres at FringeKids this year and we are giving away two tickets for this Saturday’s show in Toronto! Tell us your favourite subway stop for a chance to win! Post your comment on our Facebook page.
The Super Secret Subway Society is the inaugural production of NachoMama Theatre for Young Audiences, a new children’s theatre group headed by Katherine Sanders. This fantastical play set on the Toronto subway system is appropriate for ages five and up. The play is inspired by the FringeKids! venue, the Palmerston Library Theatre, which is located directly above the Bloor subway line. Trains can be heard running underneath the audience’s feet several times a show. This site-specific soundscape, when combined with the political backdrop of the raging Toronto transportation debate, makes The Super Secret Subway Society the most topical piece of kids theatre you’re likely to see at the Fringe this year.
The Super Secret Subway Society is a play about bringing imagination and creativity into everyday life, and about letting other people into your world. The Super Secret Subway Society is written and directed by Katherine Sanders, in collaboration with the ensemble.
NachoMama in association with The Toronto Fringe Festival presents The Super Secret Subway Society Written & Directed by Katherine Sanders Starring Kevin Dowse, Brittney Filek-Gibson, Freddie Rivas Sound design by Adam Reich Stage managed by Kaitlin Winslow
OPENS Thursday, July 5, 2012 @ 7:00pm RUNS TO Saturday, July 15, 2012 @ 4:00pm.
Palmerston Library Theatre, 560 Palmerston Ave, Toronto.
Performance details: Thursday, July 5: Saturday, July 7: Sunday, July 8: Monday, July 9: Tuesday, July 10: Thursday, July 12: Friday, July 13: Saturday, July 14:
Ticket Prices: $6 Kids, $10 Adults Tickets: Online: www.fringetoronto.com
By phone: (416) 966-1062 x1 In person: (July 4 – 15 only) Festival Box Office located in the parking lot behind Honest Ed’s (581 Bloor St. W.)