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Dunkelheit hatte sich über die Stadt gesenkt. Merkwürdige Dinge geschahen. Kinder legten beim Zubettgehen einen Zahn für die Zahnfee unter ihr Kopfkissen, doch am nächsten Morgen fanden sie … eine tote Schnecke, eine lebende Spinne, Aberhunderte Ohrwürmer, die unter dem Kissen herumkrabbelten.

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ECT digs into The Drawer Boy - Niagara Falls Review

On the surface, it’s a play about a play. But plow deeper into Michael Healey’s The Drawer Boy , about the origins of a Canadian stage classic on farming, and it’s also a look at unlikely friendships and the healing power of art. Taking its cue from a true story, it follows a young Toronto who stays in a rural Ontario farm in the early ‘70s to research the play that would become the collective creation The Farm Show. A landmark play for its time, it reflected Canadian culture like few plays ever had. It premiered in Clinton, Ontario, before touring the country. “It was an attempt to create an authentically Canadian style of theatre that’s based on the stories of Canadians, as opposed to importing theatre from Britain or from the States,” says director Monica Dufault. From that framework, The Drawer Boy takes a closer look at the friendship which develops between the Toronto actor (Landon Doak) and the two middle-aged farmers – one suspicious (J. D. Nicholsen), the other brain damaged during the Second World... The play premiered at Toronto’s Theatre Passe Muraille in 1999, and was scooped by Ed Mirvish Productions to play at the Winter Garden Theatre. It won a Governor General’s Award, a Chalmers Award, and the Dora Maver Moore Award for Outstanding New Play. Healey will have a heavy presence in Niagara theatre this year - in addition to The Drawer Boy , the Shaw Festival will stage his new political comedy 1979 , about Joe Clark’s brief tenure as prime minister. “I just think he captures dialogue so well,” says Dufault. It’s also a play which should resonate with farmers in Niagara. “The rhythm of their speech and attitudes to life are certainly captured by Michael Healey’s dialogue. Dufault views the show as a brilliant companion piece to The Farm Show , and even secured Marc Desormeaux’s original score from the Mirvish production. “It’s about the power of theatre and storytelling to affect us, to transform us,’ she says. “And it’s also about the joy of hearing your own story told for you. It’s the second show of Essential Collective Theatre’s 2016/17 season, following a touring production of Wendy Hill’s suffragette drama The Fighting Days in October. WHAT: The Drawer Boy WHERE: FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre. Source: www.niagarafallsreview.ca

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  • ECT digs into The Drawer Boy

    02/24/17 ,via Niagara Falls Review

    (left) Monica Dufault, artistic director, works with (right) Tony Munch who plays Angus and Landon Doak who plays Miles during a rehearsal for Essential Collective Theatre's The Drawer Boy. PHOTO: Julie Jocsak/ St. Catharines Standard/ Postmedia Network.

  • Storytelling at the heart of 'Drawer Boy'

    03/01/17 ,via Niagarathisweek.com

    Angus (Tony Munch) chats with Miles (Landon Doak) as the big city actor learns the way of farm life. Performances of Essential Collective Theatre's production of The Drawer Boy continue this weekend in Robertson Hall at the FirstOntario Performing Arts 

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@Tommy_Hiddles "Are you going Willy Wonka on me? At least let me munch on his fingers, please. Pretty please." Tony looked at Thomas — 03/02/17, @IronAndShrapnel
RT @pettyblackgirI: Viola Davis is only the 23rd actor in history to win an Oscar, an Emmy and a Tony for their work. #Oscars https://t.co/… 02/28/17, @munch_lax
RT @Phil_Lewis_: Viola Davis joins Whoopi Goldberg as the only Black women to receive the triple honor of an Emmy, Tony, and Oscar! #Oscars… 02/28/17, @munch_lax

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  • Pies, pizza and potatoes: Real food making a splash on Broadway

    03/01/17 ,via Chicago Sun Times

    Off-Broadway, the cast members of “Everybody ” munch on veggie burgers ... real food to give the illusion that it’s all real,” he said. Barry Weissler, the Tony-winning producer of “Waitress,” said real food has a long history in the theater ...

  • Pies, pizza and potatoes: Real food takes a bow onstage

    03/01/17 ,via The Tampa Tribune

    Off-Broadway, the cast members of "Everybody " munch on veggie burgers ... with real food to give the illusion that it's all real," he said. Barry Weissler, the Tony-winning producer of "Waitress," said real food has a long history in the theater, citing ...

  • A Celebration of Canadian Theatre: The Drawer Boy

    02/28/17 ,via Brock Press

    The Drawer Boy is set in 1972 and follows characters Miles (played by Landon Doak), a young actor who just finished his university degree, Angus (Tony Munch) and Morgan (JD Nicholsen), both of whom are farmers and World War II veterans. While overseas ...

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Tony Munch, Actor: Shoot 'Em Up. Tony Munch was born on December 4, 1965 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He is an actor, known for Shoot 'Em Up (2007), Land of the Dead ...

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Tony Munch is best known as the Rat on the Famous Jett Jackson and as the Janitor on Strange Days at Blake Holsey High (Black Hole High). He does a lot of theatre as ...

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