UC Follies' Troilus & Cressida by William Shakespeare
MAKE LOVE. MAKE WAR. Part history, part tragedy, & part comedy, this outdoor production brings to life this epic, timeless tale.
Rarely performed and considered one of Shakespeare's ‘problem plays’, Troilus & Cressida follows these star-crossed lovers set against the backdrop of the Trojan War.
The UC Follies Theatre Company celebrates its 2nd Season of Outdoor Theatre on the historic University of Toronto Campus.
Troilus & Cressida
(House opens at 7 pm)
Hart House Circle - East Side
- South of Hart House (7 Hart House Circle)
- a 5 minute walk South of Museum subway station
Starring: Calvin Akler, Audrey Amar, Geet Arora, Tom Beattie, Kate Cattell-Daniels, Joel Chico, Sarah Cody, Alyson Doyle, Jennie Egerdie, Jeremy Gralla, Vinitha Harihar, Alex Howard, Kevin Kashani, Noa Katz, Daniel Livera, Ali Malik-Noor, Chantel McDonald, Lucy Powis, Megan Rossi, Cheyenne Scott, Lizzie Stuart-Morris, Angela Sun, Monica Tedman, Margarita Valerrama, Mike Wisniowski
$8 student & senior
Pay What You Can Wednesday
(recommended minimum $8)
3 Show Package
(Troilus & Cressida, Peter Pan, & As You Like It)
$25 adult (17% savings)
$20 student & senior (17% savings)
ADVANCE tickets can be purchased at the UofTtix Box Office
by phone: 416-978-8849
in person: 7 Hart House Circle
BYOB - Bring Your Own Blanket
This is an outdoor performance.
Lawn chairs are also welcome around the edge of the seating area.
Concessions will be available for purchase.
The show contains mature themes, violence, nudity, and sexuality.
WEATHER & CANCELLATIONS
As our productions are performed outdoors, weather dictates if a performance can take place. Every effort will be made to start and/or complete every performance. In the event of rain, a 15 minute intermission will be taken. If rain persists, then the performance will be cancelled. All sales are final; however, patrons who attend a performance that is cancelled or partially cancelled will be given complimentary tickets to another performance in UC Follies Theatre Company's Summer Season.