A REPORTER, AN EDITOR, AND A  READER

Theatre that features ‘true’ stories often relies on journalism for material.

The series asks “what makes a good story?” to crime reporter Gary Dimmock, Toronto Star editor Keith Bonnell and theatre director Nadia Ross. Each replied in their own way.

“Reporter” featuring crime reporter Gary Dimmock,  launches May 1st 2024, here. “Editor” features Keith Bonnell and will be launched in November 2024. “Reader” feature Nadia Ross and will be presented live as part of New True Stories 2024 in December 2024.

 

 

HOPES AND FEARS

STO Union’s Live Art projects on tour, with guest artists and community program.

A mini-festival of gently transformational encounters.

Details, Dates and Location coming July 2024.

 

NEW TRUE STORIES-
A SOFT PLACE TO LAND

New True Stories 2024 is a new work-in-progress for the stage and online. In this project we bring together the different stories we’ve been working into one connected evening exploring ‘truth’.  Coming December 2024

 

 

MALAMUTE

Slander, gossip, sensationalism and fake news: these powerful and destructive forces damage more than their intended targets.

In MALAMUTE, Nathalie tells her story, one that begins many decades ago, with the intention to find unity within the pain that divisive forces can cause.

MALAMUTE will be shown as part of New True Stories 2024, coming December 2024

 

Malamute

THE GALLERY

What’s new in 2024 and what some artists are working on for 2025

Puppet of Nadia by cj fleury/ George Acheson “This is Paradise” in 7 Important Things/Animated Heart by Stephanie Hill in The Revue/Nadia Postcard from exhibit in What Happened to the Seeker/ Rehearsal shot from P.O.R.N., Portrait of Restless Narcissism, co-creation with Carte Blanche/“Applause” by Randolph B. McMillan – Empty Stage project/Earle’s Hall Live “Xmas 2014” Photo by David Irvine/George Acheson dancing in 7 Important Things, lights by Steve Lucas, photo by Eric Fruhauf/AI Ritual ‘projections’ at the HAU Hebbel am Ufer photo by David Irvine/Love Songs for Old Venues at the HAU Hebbel am Ufer photo by David Irvine/People Watching Station as part of the exhibit in What Happened to the Seeker, photo Eric Fruhauf/Rehearsal shot from P.O.R.N., Portrait of Restless Narcissism, co-creation with Carte Blanche

STO Union recognizes that its head office in Farrellton, Quebec is located on the unceded and unsurrendered territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabe Nation whose presence here dates back to time immemorial.