"It’s impressive for both its sharp, funny writing and for the solo performance by Max Hanic, a young actor to keep your eye on."
-Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca
Quiet things happen at Mayview Park in the middle of the night; it's where young Kay has most of his firsts. But tonight, he's waiting. When lines blur between the anonymous and the intimate, Kay may be in more trouble than he thought. Boy Trouble explores queer coming-of-age through the lens of anonymous sex and the digital era.
"We need these stories ... Message received."
You write a message that you’ll never send. You connect to a stranger in the crowd. You finally get that off your chest. Tracks is an immersive tour through the things we said, wish we’d said, and wonder if we’ll ever give ourselves a chance to say. You choose every step of how you take in this story of self destruction and reconstruction.
"[Dry is] an important contribution to the Canadian theatrical landscape."
Kat is in a tough spot. Rumour has it she's responsible for a tragedy that rocked her school community, so she's hunting for a way out. Molly has her finger on the pulse of every social circle and might be the one thing between Kat and the truth. Dry follows the story of two very different students, a school struck by controversy, and the funny and tense times of teenagers in revolt.