snug harbor ~ Tracey Erin Smith's new show at The Toronto Fringe Festival
Burning Bush Productions is a multi award-winning innovative theatre company based in Toronto and working across the globe. They are the creators and producers of the hit shows: “The Burning Bush!” and “Two in the Bush!”, Winners of Best of the Toronto Fringe (2006/2007) and Winners of Audience Choice Awards in New York City’s Frigid Festival (2007/2008).
Founder, Tracey Erin Smith, is the only solo performer to win Best of the Toronto Fringe and the Audience Choice Award in New York City’s Frigid Festival, two years in a row. Her latest show, ‘snug harbor’ is her most personal and powerful show yet.
written by & starring Tracey Erin Smith
directed by Anita La Selva
Tracey & her Dad did everything together.
Canoed, partied, volunteered.
After an unspeakable magic trick,
“sung harbor” was selected to have its World Premiere at the Solo Performance Festival in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It was met with peels of laughter, tears and a standing ovation.
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MORE INFO: www.soulo.ca
SHOW TIMES: Wednesday July 4 - Sunday July 15
Tues-Sat at 7:30pm except July 12 when the show is at 9:30pm, Sun at 3pm
WHAT THE AUDIENCE IS SAYING...
“Tracey Erin Smith’s ‘snug harbor’ includes us on her quest to understand the incomprehensible, leaving nothing unturned. Her evocative performance is filled with compassion, irreverence, side-splitting humor and poignant insight. A truly intimate invitation and presentation. ‘snug harbor’reminds us that we needn’t always fully understand each other in order to fully love.” – Michelle Baker Vest
“snug harbor is a stunning show about love, coming to terms with our imperfections and our deep affection for our loved ones. It’s heartbreaking and hilarious. Moving and profound. This is an important show for anyone who’s ever loved.” – Jacob Fischer
“What an amazing show. Tracey’s deft treatment and incredibly courageous performance is remarkably loving, revealing, intense, moving and shocking. But also funny and very honest. I hope you will have an opportunity to see this unique solo show very soon.” – Judith Ivanoff
*This show is presented in a Site Specific Venue at the Toronto Fringe 2012. The location is THE CENTRE. A building used for psychotherapy and the training of psychotherapists. The show is presented as if the audience are members of a “Survivors of Suicide Support Group” and in this meeting of the group we hear Tracey’s story of losing her father how she re-found hope to carry on .