Untitled No. 7 at Toronto Fringe Festival
|June 28, 2019||Filled under Events||
Where: St. Vladimir Institute, 620 Spadina Ave
When: July 5 -14, 2019 (Preview is July 5)
Cost: Preview tickets $6, Main Season $11 (+$2 Service fee per ticket). Can be purchased online at fringetoronto.com, call 416.966.1062 or in person at the Fringe main box office, Scadding Court, 707 Dundas Street West
Details: Are you a success? How do you know? If you’ve ever woken up in the middle of the night worrying about what you’re doing with your life, then this infinitely relatable fairy tale full of pop culture poetry, punk rage and a healthy dose of interpretive dance, is for you.
Award-winning Australian performer Telia Nevile is making her Toronto Fringe debut with a joyfully ridiculous fairy tale about the curse of potential and the holy grail of success. Untitled No. 7 is chock full of pop culture poetry, punk rage and a healthy dose of interpretive dance.
Features song and dance numbers such as “Disney Taught Me to Want What Won’t Come True and All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt” and “How Do You Spell Success Without the Suck?” the show combines storytelling and cabaret to take a light-hearted look at how we define success, and how that can come to define our life.
Written and performed by Telia Nevile, with dramaturgy by Ash Flanders and composition by Andrew Callaghan. Telia earned two award nominations for Untitled No. 7’s premiere season at last year’s Melbourne Fringe (Best Performance nominee, Melbourne Fringe; Best Cabaret Writing nominee, Green Room Awards).