G-Stick: Two Plays, Much Pleasure
(I don't want to dance with straight people by Kyle Capstick & The Dumb War by Rachel Ganz)
89 Niagara Street
August 21st - 24th, 2014
Of Shapes Transformed by Love by Kyle Capstick
Majlis Muldisciplinary Art Garden
163 Walnut Ave.
May 8th - 18th, 2014
Inspired in part by the stories of Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Of Shapes Transformed by Love explores how the human heart can grow wild through the lens of the magical.
The Second Odds and Ends Festival
Unit 102 Theatre
376 Dufferin St
New, short works by new, young playwrights from all over the continent. The festival brought together the bizarre, wonderful, and uplifting pieces by young playwrights Catherine Weingarten, Muhammad Waqas, Graham Bowlin, Paul Hufker and LaDarrion Williams.
Teach Me by Rachel Ganz
Toronto Fringe Festival
George Ignatieff Theatre
15 Devonshire Place
July 3rd-14th, 2013
Two girls videotape their teacher committing a sex crime in his car.
Plasterface by Rachel Ganz
The Winchester Kitchen
51 Winchester St.
November 1st-10th, 2012
(All proceeds went towards the 2013 Odds and Ends Festival)
The Long Run by Rachel Ganz
Al Green Theatre
750 Spadina Avenue
October 11th, 2012
Presented by Sunnybrook’s Family Navigation Project in association with the Al Green Theatre, Newborn Theatre, and Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre
First Odds and Ends Festival
Tarragon Extra Space
30 Bridgman Ave.
August 30th-September 1st, 2012
Keep it short, stupid. The first Odds and Ends Festival rolled out 13 plays over 4 days at the Tarragon Extra Space by adhering to the "shorter is better" mantra.