All the World’s A Stage of Grief – Toronto Fringe 2012 Press Release

From Press Release

Drawn from almost two hours of original material written by the cast, All the World’s a Stage of Grief is an explosive 60-minute theatrical sketch comedy revue that will leave audiences begging for more. Boisterous, energetic and never taking itself too seriously, it’s the most fun you’ll have at the Toronto Fringe—or, at the very least, the most fun you’ll have at a show with the word “grief” in the title.

Put on by a young and talented cast of comedic performers that have been performing together for more than a year— all of whom graduates of the Second City’s Conservatory Program—and directed by three-time Canadian Comedy Award Winner Aurora Browne, All the World’s a Stage of Grief promises to be a sketch show audiences won’t soon forget.

Written and performed by Chris Attrill,Ted Hambly, Jonathan Hock, Alan Kliffer, Jennifer Murray, Jacob Pacey, Brian Reynolds, Alessandra Vite.

Directed by Aurora Browne
Musical Director Chris New

The Randolph Theatre (Formerly The Bathurst St.Theatre)
736 Bathurst Street

July 6 – 7:00pm
July 8 – 3:30pm
July 9 – 10:30pm
July 11 – 1:45pm
July 12 – 9:15pm
July 14 – 2:15pm
July 15 – 5:15pm

Tickets: $10.

To reserve tickets, contact the Fringe Box Office:
416-966-1062 |