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Toronto: Alex Dallas returns with her hit show “Horseface” October 16-27
Thursday, October 3, 2019
Alex Dallas is back in HORSEFACE!
A show written in response to the #Me Too Movement, Horseface is a journey in comedy and storytelling of a woman's innocuous encounter with a manspreader on a train and what ensues.
Does she assault him? Is she pushed over the edge? And what does Jane Fonda have to do with it?
A comedic and poignant story of a woman's life from the 70's to the present and all her #Me Too moments along the way, some hilarious and some less so.
Horseface premiered in May 2019 at the Orlando Fringe to rave reviews and won Best Show in the Red Venue from the Sponsors!
SOLD OUT run at Toronto Fringe July 2019.
4 NNNNs from NOW Magazine, July 2019, accolades include
Outstanding Production, Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Performance from NOW's Theatre Critic, Glenn Sumi in Toronto Fringe 2019.
Red Sandcastle Theatre
922 Queen St. East( at Logan) Toronto
Tel : 416 845 9411
October 16 – 27 8:00 pm
October 19 and 27 – 3:00 pm matinee
Tickets and information at www.brownpapertickets.com
Cash at the door. $20 general, $18 Artsworkers
The “Queen of the Fringe” has performed in more than 150 Fringes worldwide, starting in Edinburgh in 1982. She performed with her comedy troupe, Sensible Footwear, originally from the UK, in the Toronto Fringe since 1990 and at Fringes across Canada, the USA, and Australia. She has also brought her solo shows, Goddess, Nymphomania and Drama Queen to Toronto, Los Angeles, and Adelaide. Goddess and Drama Queen have been aired on CBC Radio and Bravo TV to much acclaim.
Alex is the voice of Queen Victoria in Assassin's Creed Syndicate, the voice of a new Audiobook coming out this year and appears in TV thriller, Departure, later to be seen on NBC. A versatile actress and voice actor, her one-woman shows always entertain and provoke.
Alex was nominated for Best Supporting Actor by My Entertainment World in 2019 for her role as Mrs. Dilber in A Christmas Carol, produced by Soupcan Theatre.