by Lucy Kirkwood
Presented by Studio 180 Theatre
at The Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen St. West
November 7-30, 2014
Tickets: $39 regular | $15 Tuesdays
Service charges apply on all tickets
Book 416-907-0468 | PURCHASE ONLINE
Lucy Kirkwood’s razor sharp comedy pulls back the curtain on digital media and magazine culture, where jobs are scarce, beauty standards are punishing and personal integrity is a luxury that few can afford.
Doghouse – a tawdry men’s magazine – traffics in titillation, while Electra – an elegant women’s publication – caters to the notion of empowerment. But their contrasting visions of ideal femininity might just have an equally savage effect. Who will hold on to their values? Who will sell out to the highest bidder? And just how old is that girl in the photo?
NSFW is “Not Safe for Work.”
“SHARP, funny and timely. Richly ABSORBING and INVENTIVE.”
★★★★ THE TELEGRAPH
Studio 180 Theatre is known for acclaimed Toronto productions of internationally significant plays like Cock, God of Carnage, Clybourne Park, The Normal Heart and the Canadian premiere of The Laramie Project. Studio 180 and The Theatre Centre have begun a long-term relationship: look forward to seeing more from this exciting company at The Theatre Centre.
Tuesday–Saturday at 8PM
Sunday matinees at 2PM
Wednesday matinees Nov. 12, 19 and 26 at 1:30PM
• A 20% group discount on regularly priced tickets is available for bookings of 10 or more. Contact Julia at 416-538-0988.
• For student groups, visit Studio 180’s Student Bookings page for more details. Recommended for Grades 11 and older.
Beyond the Stage:
Studio 180 provides opportunities to get an insider’s point of view on their work with pre-show chats and post-show talkbacks on select performance dates, plus a Lobby Exhibit, a FREE panel discussion and interesting online resources. See Studio 180’s Beyond the Stage page for details.