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Toronto: Troy Crossfield’s “A Little Black Lie” plays Toronto July 24-28
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Fresh off the DC Black Theatre Festival, the award-winning production A Little Black Lie is back for a Toronto encore performance. A Little Black Lie is like having front row seats to your favorite soap opera, but live! You’ll laugh, cry, and feel every emotion alongside the actors. Follow a young couple as they iron out the kinks in their relationship and prepare to walk down the aisle. A Little Black Lie will be playing at the Tarragon Theatre, 30 Bridgman Ave, in Toronto from July 24th -28th.
Synopsis: Michael and Stacey are ready to get married and live their best lives together, but when skeletons from the past begin to come to light, Michael is forced to face some uncomfortable truths about himself and his family or risk losing everything. While helping Michael deal with his past, Stacey decides to confront her own unresolved issues that threaten to jeopardize her happily ever after. They both soon learn "what happens in the dark must come to light".
“While I was watching the play last night I thought more than once that it should be a TV show or a movie or three plays,”said Sam Mooney, senior writer at Mooney on Theatre.
Directed by Douglas Prout and written & produced by Troy Crossfield, A Little Black Lie cast includes: Troy Crossfield, Sheronna Osbourne, Karen Simpson, Christie Maingot, Nigel Birch, Dwayne Beckford, Quinn-Marie Wilson, Christian Miller, Marvin Morgan, Peter Radcliffe, Jaiden Lewis, Danian Lloyd, Peter Bent, Robert Ball, Bernice Ryan, Soriyah Crossfield, Tarick Glancy, Zyreeta Kingz, Anthony Kingz, Zakiya Mcintosh and Steffanie Belanger
Crossfield House Productions
Crossfield House Productions is built on a solid foundation of faith and excellence. Founded in 2016 by Troy Crossfield with partner Sheronna Osbourne. We are an award-winning, multifaceted production company, with talent in theatre, film, and TV. A house where the lights are always on and where creatives are watered daily.
Crossfield House Production is a proud partner with the FU: The Forgiveness Project, where they encourage and empower the public to let go and forgive. FU: The Forgiveness Project is an acclaimed youth-led organization that strives to demonstrate what forgiveness looks like. As part of this partnership, we will be donating a percentage of our tickets sales to this non-profit organization to help provide volunteer opportunities to the youth to build their skills in the entertainment industry.
Troy Crossfield is a writer, producer and actor who has been in the entertainment business since 2002. He has been featured on stage (Joy in the morning), TV (Da Kink In My Hair) and film (Abandoned Souls) and has a songwriting deal with Sony ATV/DTP.
For tickets, visit www.tarragontheatre.com .