After two months of casting, table work, and surreptitious rehearsals, Aim for the Tangent's next production - in association with Newborn Theatre - has burst onto the scene: Of Shapes Transformed by Love - a play in 6 transformations by Kyle Capstick.
This is without a doubt the most challenging and artistically demanding piece we have taken on yet, with impossible stage directions such as "she transforms into a tree" (the play itself was written to challenge the limitations of live performance). Luckily we've assembled an all-star team of Aim for the Tangent favourites as well as some exciting new faces.
Written and directed by Kyle Capstick, the play features set and lighting design by Joe Pagnan, costumes and props by Lindsay Junkin, and performances by Wesley J. Colford, Erin Eldershaw, Alexi Pedneault, Matt Pilipiak, Andrew Pimento, Brittany Robinson, Hilary Scott, and Amy Marie Wallace.
"When heartbreak transforms us into trees, and passion turns us into beasts, how do we love? Of Shapes Transformed by Love imagines daggers in every smile in a world ruled by the wildness of the heart."
The play will run May 7th to 18th with the 7th being a Pay-What-You-Can-Preview.
Tickets are $20, with a special $15 rate for Students and Arts Workers, and can be purchased through Brown Paper Bag by scrolling to the bottom of our page here.
We're very excited to discover this world and bring it to you. Stay tuned for more updates.
But first..... Dirty Stacee......