Breaking news: Keystone Theatre is proud to announce that in addition to this summer’s Fringe Festival run, Gold Fever will presented on site at the Scarborough Historical Museum, featuring collaborations with the InPrint Collective, as well as the premiere of Keystone Theatre’s Young Company. Click here for more information.
Award-Winning Keystone Theatre brings their new darkly funny silent film inspired play GOLD FEVER to the 2014 Toronto Fringe Festival, beginning July 2nd.
Set in a barren and brutal landscape where fortunes are made and hearts are broken, GOLD FEVER explores how the dream of striking it rich brings out the best and the worst in people. Brilliant physical comedy and the spirit of the Klondike combine as Keystone brings unique characters and their stories to life. Played in the silent film style with no spoken dialogue, the voice of the piece is the original musical score played live by our award winning Music Director, David Atkinson. A few projected scenic backdrops and stylized title cards complete the picture.
This new play, GOLD FEVER, premiered at the Toronto Festival of Clowns last spring, once again breaking attendance records. A darker comedy than the first two “GOLD FEVER” promises to push the Keystone Style into new territory, while still engaging with the magical world inspired by silent film.
Collectively created by the ensemble. It is performed by Phil Rickaby, Stephen LaFrenie, Sarah Joy Bennett, Dana Fradkin, Richard Beaune, Christol Bryan and David Atkinson, directed by Richard Beaune, stage managed by Parker Nowlan and designed by Kimberly Beaune. Music Direction by David Atkinson.
“GOLD FEVER” plays at the Al Green Theatre - 750 Spadina Ave:
Advance Tickets $10 + $2 service fee (Visa & MasterCard accepted)
At the Door $10 each (cash only)
Tickets available as of June 12th