single use salmon plogging by Ayumi Goto
October 20, 2019Toronto Waterfront Marathon9:00 am

geisha gyrl and her team of scavenger-collectors intervene with the Toronto Waterfront Marathon and run the 42 kilometre route, collecting plastic and other debris along the way.

Performances by Marita Bullmann, Liina Kuittinen, Ignacio PĂ©rez PĂ©rez
September 20, 2019TMAC, 36 Lisgar Street, Toronto7:30 pm

Marita Bullmann, Liina Kuittinen and Ignacio PĂ©rez PĂ©rez’s appearances in Toronto are in collaboration with VIVA! Art Action, one of FADO’s enduring partners.

Performance Club 6: Art Immuno Deficiency Syndrome, subtitle; Does This Giacometti Make Me Look Fat? by David Bateman
September 19, 2019The Commons @ 401 Richmond Street West, Toronto7:30 pm

Performance Club 6 looks the famous phrase from Love Story (1970), “Love means never having to say you’re sorry” and its indirect connection to the General Idea sculptures.

Conjuring the Archive by Jess Dobkin
September 18, 2019The Commons @ 401 Richmond Street West, Toronto7:30 pm

Conjuring the Archive, will invite the audience to create a DEMPSEY AND MILLAN TALIXMXN, an energetic archive of the performances and projects of Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan.

Performance Club 5: The Talking Grave by Hope Thompson
September 12, 2019The Commons @ 401 Richmond Street West, Toronto7:30 pm

In Performance Club 5, Hope Thompson embarks on an in-depth interview with famed noir writer Cornell Woolrich (1903–1968).

Performance Club 4: Book Club: snowflakes in the echo chamber by Moe Angelos
September 10, 2019The Commons @ 401 Richmond Street West, Toronto7:30 pm

Join us for Performance Club 4, one year after Queer/Play was published; one year after Ellie, Audrey, Jasmine, Stacy and Moe read it in their book club; and one long year on our journey ever deeper into the Offendocene, the epoch of being outraged.

DOCUMENTS by Autumn Knight
February 8, 2019Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen Street West, Toronto7:30 pm

DOCUMENTS involves a public reading of the documentation that serves to authenticate or legitimize citizenship. Central to this work is a filing cabinet that both holds the props required for the performance, while also serving as a portrait or trace of the artist.

Cock & Bull by Nic Green
January 30 & February 2, 2019The Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen Street West, Toronto

Cock & Bull is a transforming choreography of words and a passionate speech of the body, underpinned with the real-time energy of political dissatisfaction and tory tongue-speak.

Performed by
Nic Green
Rosana Cade
Laura Bradshaw

Performance Yellow

This fragrance opens us to the question, has the show started? It's winter, the theatre is colder than the street and the room is filled with people and all their winter smells: wet faux leather, down, too much shampoo, and beer breath. The atmosphere is a trickster. Am I late, am I early?

Top Notes

yellow mandarin, mimosa

Middle Notes

honey, chamomile, salt

Base Notes

narcissus, guaiac wood, piss, beer