Toronto, Ontario – Does it end with four horsemen? A bang? Or a whimper? Only time-travelling players from the future know, and they bring their bizarre and comedic cautionary tales of impending doom to contemporary Toronto in How Not to Die Stupidly. Running on April 19 and 20 in the courtyard of St. George the Martyr Anglican Church (197 John Street), this cabaret-style, site-specific production is the latest collaboration between Humber College’s Theatre Arts – Performance and Theatre Arts – Production programs.

How Not to Die Stupidly is created and directed by Tatiana Jennings in conjunction with the graduating Theatre Performance and Theatre Production students. It features choreography by Sharon Moore, vocal direction by Fides Krucker, and set and lighting design by Laird Macdonald. Costume design is by Sonja Rainey, and sound design is by John Mark Sherlock. Humber alumni Christopher Legacy and Matthew McMillan return to the college to act as assistant directors.

How Not to Die Stupidly runs at 8 pm on April 19 and at 6 and 8 pm on April 20. Attendees are asked to pay what they can, and to dress appropriately for the weather. Should there be inclement weather, the production will be moved to the Humber Studio Theatre (300 Birmingham Street). For further information, contact 416-675-6622, extension 3080, or email humber.theatre@humber.ca.

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About the Theatre Performance Program
The Theatre Performance program is a three-year professional training program dedicated to preparing diverse artists with an interest in intercultural and multi-disciplinary work. The program has an exceptional focus on devised and original work. Graduates work in theatre, film, and television as actors, directors, producers and writers in diverse styles from Shakespeare to burlesque, from contemporary drama to puppetry. Visit humbertheatreperformance.ca

About the Theatre Production Program
The Theatre Production diploma program is a two-year program providing students with the skills and knowledge needed to work in professional performing arts. Rooted in artistic collaboration, we offer broad-based training and education in all areas of performing arts production. Students learn from directors and designers who are known for their unusual and innovative approaches. Visit humbertheatreproduction.ca

About Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning
Established in 1967, Humber is one of Canada’s leading postsecondary institutions. Committed to student success through excellence in teaching and learning, Humber serves 29,200 full-time students and 23,000 part time and continuing education students. With an internationally recognized reputation for quality learning, Humber offers a wide-range of career-focused opportunities for students to personalize their educational path, including 160 full-time programs across more than 40 fields of study, 200 part-time and 400 online programs or courses. More than four out of five of Humber graduates are employed within six months of completing their studies. Visit humber.ca

For more information:
Natalie St. Pierre
School of Creative & Performing Arts
416-675-6622 ext. 3363​
natalie.st-pierre@humber.ca