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by Caryl Churchill

Directed by Michael Wheeler

Set + Costume: Shannon Lea Doyle
Lighting: Kaileigh Kryzstofiak
Sound: Thomas Ryder Payne

Cast: Ben Sanders, Jamie Robinson, Philip Graeme, Zoë Sweet and Tosha Doiron

Supported by Praxis Theatre and FeverGraph Theatre



Past Projects

Look Back in Anger

A physical and auditory deconstruction of John Osborne’s classic text.  FeverGraph’s Look Back in Anger exposes our common sense of futility and the anger that results.


Winner of My Theatre Awards Best Regional Production & Best Director

“Both intellectually and emotionally, Look Back in Anger was the production that got to us the most this year. Looked at more objectively, it also scored remarkably high in every single relevant category- a strong text, a brilliant design, top-tier actors and the Best Director winner. Of all the incredible nominated pieces, Look Back in Anger was our most consistently celebrated.”

Directed by Anita La Selva

Lighting Design by Melissa Joakim
Sound Design by Sam Shouldice
Set Design/Artwork by Jeff Blackburn and Liam McCarthy

Cast: Eli Ham, Adriano Sobretodo Jr., Tosha Doiron & Zoë Sweet

Praise for Look Back in Anger

NNNN Now magazine “kitchen sink drama gets brilliant rethink”– Glenn Sumi, NOW Magazine

“an exceptional production. The performances were raw and probing. The conceptual flourishes illuminated Osborne’s dark mediation on human dysfunction. Fevergraph’s re-examination of Look Back in Anger is not to be missed!”– Istvan Dugalin Mooney on Theatre

“Beautiful and torturous and challenging and entertaining all in a tightly-paced 90 minutes with just four actors in a small, uncomplicated space”– Kelly Bedard, My Entertainment World

“FeverGraph’s production of Look Back in Anger the most complete and successful attempt Toronto has seen in decades”– Chris Hoile, Stage Door

 photos by Andrew Brose



Enough Rope
Performed and Created by the Enough Rope Performance Collective

Official selection of  SummerWorks 2013

Using characters from Franz Kafka’s short stories, we examine the role of the artist in a society where cultural values are changing.

Cast: Zoë Sweet, Michael Bradley, Nicole St. Martin and Tosha Doiron

photos by Michael de Sadeleer

Praise for Enough Rope Performance Collective at SummerWorks 2013

“Inventive choreography (especially a bit where two actors link up in different combinations to become Kafkaesque cockroaches), and quick pacing create an immersive ride, which at only 40 minutes is over too soon.” – NOW MAGAZINE

Most inventive inspiring review we’ve ever read – Mechanical Forest Sound

“”Enough Rope wins the prize for the most perplexing show I’ve reviewed for SummerWorks this year. It is a performance that delves into the struggle of the artist …physical, dynamic, immediate and immersive.  Enough Rope is a thinking piece rather than a feeling piece and the reward comes from how much interpreting you’re willing to do after the fact. The longer I’m away from the experience and the more I try to put into words what I experienced, the more I enjoy the performance.” – Mooney on Theatre


Love, Loss and Leonard
created by Paula Grove and Tosha Doiron

Selected to be part of The Pearl Company’s Canadian Theatre Festival

The Pearl Theatre, Hamilton