Keystone Theatre’s The Last Man on Earth returns to Toronto in April of 2014.
Toronto Stage says “There really are no limitations to this physically imaginative slice of stage heaven.” Burke Campbell says: “presented with such physical panache, the audience hardly notices there’s no dialogue.” Now Toronto calls The Last Man on Earth “an entertaining, laugh-filled hour”.
CBC Manitoba gave The Last Man on Earth five stars, and named it their Outstanding Physical Comedy of Winnipeg Fringe, while the Winnipeg Free Press gave the show four stars. The Calgary Herald gave The Last Man on Earth four and a half stars and called it “pure speechless delight” while FFWD Weekly called the play “a solidly entertaining hour of theatre, possibly unlike any you’ve seen before”.
Keystone Theatre creates, develops and presents new performances inspired by the silent film era. Reaching back to the earliest recorded work and taking our cues from the masters of physical comedy, Keystone Theatre reinvents acting styles that are universally accessible and visually profound. Using our unique physical vocabulary to create characters and develop narratives, Keystone Theatre explores performance styles in multiple media; including theatre, film and music, sometimes all at once.
Richard Beaune – Artistic Director
Kimberly Beaune – General Manager
Phil Rickaby – Marketing Manager
Dana Fradkin – Director of Development
David Atkinson – Musical Director
Ginette Mohr – Associate Artist
Stephen LaFrenie – Associate Artist
Sarah Joy Bennett – Administrative Coordinator