Presented by CINEMATOSCAPE
and North York Arts
Written & Performed by Simeon Taole
February 24 – March 6
Tuesday-Saturday @ 8pm
Sunday @ 2pm
The Space Between is a coming of age story through a historical and cross cultural lens. A young boy in South Africa longs to reunite with his childhood sweetheart in Canada before the space between them separates them forever. Inspired by actual events, the play explores the universal themes of ‘distance’ and ‘space’.
Mooney on Theatre wrote: “The writing is eloquent. It is full of warmth and insight into the heartbreak and joy of someone who has experienced and overcome adversity.” The play is written and performed by Simeon Taole, called by NOW Magazine “an up and coming bona fide triple threat”. The production incorporates video projection and original music in a heartfelt and humorous show.
CINEMATOSCAPE and North York Arts are proud to be Co-Presenting The Space Between beginning Black History Month. The show runs downtown from February 25 to March 6, 2016 at Native Earth’s Aki Studio in the Daniels Spectrum. There is an encore uptown presentation from March 17 to 18, 2016 at Toronto Centre for the Arts.
Tickets: $25 available online here.
$20 tickets available for students and arts workers on Sundays.
Purchases made online or by telephone are by credit card only.
At the door payments accepted by cash, debit, VISA and Mastercard.
For information on group rates, call the box office at 416-531-1402.
Box Office Telephone: 416-531-1402 Email: boxoffice[at]nativeearth.ca
CINEMATOSCAPE, is a multi-disciplinary arts company that excels in visual storytelling with a focus on projects for the screen and stage. Their creative objective is simply to produce work that resonates long after viewing. They believe in the power of stories to illuminate, inspire, educate, and engage through an immersive ‘cinematic escape’.
North York Arts is an initiative of the Toronto Arts Foundation designed to address the needs and interests of artists, arts organizations and residents. They are presently collaborating with North York City Councillors, Toronto’s Culture Division, Toronto Arts Foundation’s Neighbourhood Arts Network, community stakeholders and businesses to foster arts programming and engagement in North York.