The Second City Toronto’s 82nd mainstage review show, Walking on Bombshells is a hilarious look at life in the urban landscape. Directed by Chris Earle, the show has an all star line up of performers including (in alphabetical order) Jordan Armstrong, Nadine Djoury, Stacey McGunnigle, Phatt Al, Sharjil Rasool, Allana Reoch, and Chris Wilson.
Set Design by Bob Knuth, Performer styling by Lindsay Dagger Junkin. Photos by Paul Aihoshi.
The Men in White by Anosh Irani kicked off the 2018 Factory Theatre season! A show about familial bond, immigration and the love of cricket, this Toronto premiere set the tone for Factory’s season of diverse stories.
Directed by Philip Akin, Assistant Director Mickey Rodriguez.. Set and Lighting Design by Steve Lucas. Costume design by Lindsay Dagger.
Pictured in no particular order: Huse Madhavji, Chanakya Mukherjee, Tahirih Vejdani, Sugith Varughese, Cyrus Faird, John Chou, Gugun Deep Singh, Farid Yazdani.
Renderings by Lindsay Dagger. Photos by Joseph Michael Photography.
Outside The March and Company Theatre teamed up to bring to Toronto, Jez Butterworth's hit show, Jerusalem.
Featuring in no particular order: Kim Coates, Phil Riccio, Christo Graham, Peter Fernandes, Nicholas Campbell, Daniel Kash, Brenna Coates, Katelyn McCulloch, Shakura Dickson, Jason Cadieux, Kieran Sequoia, Michael Spender Davis and Diana Donnelly.
Directed by Mitchell Cushman, Set Design by Nick Blais, Costume design by Lindsay Dagger, Sound Design and Music composition by Richard Feren and Lighting Design by Andre du Toit.
Production and promo photos by Dahlia Katz. Costume renderings by Lindsay Dagger.
*Recipient of the Best Design award from the Toronto Theatre Critics Awards.
Costume Renderings by Lindsay Dagger. Photos by Joseph Michael Photography
In the world premier of Cloud, the audience was taken on a sci fi adventure that inspired conversation around individuality, technology and our responsibility to each other. The play was written and directed by Toronto based artist Daniel Pagett and produced by Scapegoat Collective at the Artscape Sandbox in the fall of 2017.
Directed by Daniel Pagett. Set, Costumes and Prop Design by Lindsay Dagger, Lighting Design by Melissa Joakim.
Pictured in no particular order: Anand Rajaram, Tim Walker, Khadijah Roberts-Abdullah, Jonas Widdifield, Alex Plouffe, G Kyle Shields and Ally Caruso.
Photos by John Grundy, 2017
The premiere staging of Michael Ross Albert's, Tough Jews, was a bloody, immersive look at Toronto's Jewish history. Produced by Storefront Theatre and directed by Ben Blais.
Pictured Luis Fernandes, Stevie Joffe, Anne Van Leeuwen, Blue Bigwood Mallin, G Kyle Shields, Theresa Tova, Maaor Ziv
Set design by Adam Belanger, Set dec and props by Rachel Parent. Lighting design by Melissa Joakim, Costumes by Lindsay Dagger and Sound design by . Photos by John Grundy.
*Recipient of a Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Costume Design in the Independent category. Recipient of a My Entertainment Award for Best Set and Costume design (small).
Offline is a collectively created new Canadian musical produced by Talk is Free Theatre. Created by Rose Napoli, Vanessa Smythe, Izad Etemadi, Nicholas Porteous, Sarah English, Andy Trithardt, Alessandro Constantini, Akiva Romer-Segal and Colleen Dauncy. Directed by Jakob Ehman, Musical composition by Colleen Dauncey and lyrics by Akiva Romer-Segal.
Set on an island off the coast of British Columbia, a woman, Lisa, seeks to find out more about the recent drowning of her partner.
Set and Lighting design by Joseph Pagnan, Costumes by Lindsay Dagger Junkin, Sound design by Andy Trithardt and Projections by Nicholas Porteous. Photos by Luca Ragogna.
Outside The March's, TomorrowLoveTM, was an exciting experience of a theatre show written by Rosamund Small and developed by Director, Mitchell Cushman.
The show was a series of short, two person sci-fi plays, which takes a look at how developing technology changes how people connect with each other.
Set Design by Anahita Dehbonehie, Costumes by Lindsay Dagger, Lighting Design by Nick Blais. Photos by Neil Silcox
Chasse-Galerie is a collective creation musical developed by Storefront Theatre and remounted at the Young Centre for Performing Arts by Storefront Theatre, Soulpepper Theatre Company and Kabin.
Telling the folk tale of the Chasse-Galerie, four Coureurs de Bois women accept the devil's offer to travel to Montreal New Year's Eve by flying canoe, only problem is, if they break his rules, he takes their souls.
Directed by Tyrone Savage. Set design by Lindsay Dagger Junkin, Costumes by Holly Lloyd, Lighting Design by Melissa Joakim, Projections by Daniel Briere and Production Magic by John Le Berg.
Photos by John Grundy
In a modern retelling of the classic The Music Man, Talk is Free Theatre's production travelled the streets of Barrie, performing this age old classic and transforming the town.
Featuring in no particular order: Michael Torontow, Alana Hibbert, Glynis Ranney, Arlene Duncan, Izad Etemadi, Justin Stadnyk, Iain Robert Stewart,
Directed by Jennifer Stewart and Herbie Barnes. Set and Lights by Joseph Pagnan and Costumes by Lindsay Dagger Junkin.
Costume Renderings by Lindsay Dagger. Photos by Luca Ragogna.
Unit 102 Theatre's, Of Mice and Men, was a stunning and intimate production of John Steinbeck's play based on his book of the same name.
George and Lennie are migrant workers during the Great Depression in the United States. The story is one that looks at class structures, gender roles and the great need for empathy amongst people, especially in trying times.
Set and props by Adam Belanger, Costumes by Lindsay Dagger. Costume renderings by Lindsay Dagger.
*Recipient of a My Entertainment Award for Best Set and Costume Design (small).
Good Old Neon's production of Tennessee Williams', The Two Character Play, was a psychological playground between reality and theatricality.
Set, Costumes and Props by Lindsay Dagger.
This musical, turned in to a one man piece for Talk is Free Theatre is one man's journey as he learns that money and success aren't everything when it comes to happiness.
Directed by Kate Brown for Talk is Free Theatre, May 2015. Set by Joseph Pagnan, Costumes by Lindsay Dagger and Projection design by Cameron Fraser. Photos by Luca Ragnoga
Winner of the Theatre Critics Choice Awards for Best Production and Design, Outside the March's production of Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play was a feat of theatre. Using off the grid power sources only, this musical played out three different times after an apocalyptic event has happened. Anne Washburn's funny, poignant script was an exciting opportunity to combine innovation, style and good story telling.
Directed by Mitchell Cushman and Simon Bloom for Outside The March, May 2015. Set by Ken Mackenzie, Costumes by Lindsay Dagger and Lighting by Nick Blais.
Costume renderings by Lindsay Dagger. Photos by David Leyes, Nick Blais and Sam Godfrey.
*Dora Mavor Moore Award nomination for Outstanding Costume Design in the Independent category. Recipient of a Best Design award from he Toronto Theatre Critics Awards. Recipient of a My Entertainment World Best Set and Costume Design award (medium).