From press release
Moose + Moa Theatre Company presents The Art of Being Alone, a charming dark comedy about depression and heart ache, showing at the 2016 Toronto Fringe Festival. Stephane is heartbroken and devastated; his world is ending and Melvin, a plastic duck, is his sole sympathizer. You are invited to bear witness to his hilarious and fragile journey of loneliness and unrequited love.
Written and performed by Stephane Garneau-Monten, a graduate of the National Theatre School, and Toronto based actor (Hello Cello, Goodbye Heart, Workshop at Factory Theatre, Life of Jude, Summerworks) and directed by Isaac Robinson, a McGill University graduate (Director An Iliad, Associate Director Ohio and Tadeu Take Their Lives at Montague Park, Rhubarb Festival, Assistant Dramaturge Cock, Studio Theatre).
- Friday July 1st, 09:15 pm
- Saturday July 2nd, 04:00 pm
- Monday July 4th, 03:00 pm
- Wednesday July 6th, 09:15 pm
- Thursday July 7th, 06:15 pm
- Saturday July 9th, 02:15 pm
- Sunday July 10th, 08:00 pm
- The Art of Being Alone plays at the Factory Theatre Studio. (125 Bathurst St)
- Tickets are $10 at the door, $12 in advance. The festival also offers a range of money-saving passes for serious Fringers.
- Tickets can be purchased online, by telephone (416-966-1062), from the Fringe Club at Honest Ed’s Alley, and — if any remain — from the venue’s box office starting one hour before curtain.
- Be aware that Fringe performances always start exactly on time, and that latecomers are never admitted.
- Content Warnings: Fog or Haze Effects, Mature Language, Sexual Content.
- This venue is NOT wheelchair-accessible.
Photo provided by the company