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By Robin Fulford, directed by Daniel McKeever
June 12-28, 2015
Neil, Jack, Tony and Billy are responsible for the brutal murder of a gay man. A journey from innocence to cruelty to evil is exposed through events leading up to a ruthless beating. Steel Kiss confronts us with an examination of the proximity of prejudice to hatred and violence. A cold and emotional view of the price of intolerance, Steel Kiss is a clear lesson in the value of acceptance. Playwright and teacher Robin Fulford was motivated to write Steel Kiss after a man was kicked to death in High Park, Toronto.
Our group is founded on the belief that live theater provides a mechanism for interpersonal interaction not provided by television and movies, that it should be a force for political, intellectual and social stimulation, and should be relevant to the daily lives of the audience and the players. We seek to broaden the involvement of the general population by engaging issues of topical value and stimulating the analysis and discussion of the structure and goals of society.
Click here to see the evolution of our building from a retail space to the theater we now occupy.
Stage Left Theater will produce five shows in our regular 2015-2016 season. Click here.
Stage Left Theater is a volunteer organization. We need volunteers to run the front of house (ushers, concessions, house managers, box office managers, cleaning crews)
as well as performance functions (set design and construction, lighting and sound design and operation, stage managers, props and costumes)
For house functions, you can
For production functions, please email us.