#78 – Maureen Gualtieri

Maureen Gualtieri, playwright and general word-wrangler, was born and raised in Toronto. Her newest play, Odd One Out, will be premiering at the 2017 Toronto Fringe. Her work has been seen at previous editions of the Toronto Fringe (BQ, as part of Trip; Monkey Love), Protestival (Whose Body is This; The Franklin Street Elementary School Grades 1, 2, & 3 Present Their Spring Pageant, “Officer Bubbles Goes to Hell, Or, Civil Disobedience is for Everybody!”), and other local festivals. She has directed, assistant directed, stage managed and script coordinated in venues such as Hart House Theatre, the Hamilton Fringe, and Tarragon Theatre. She graduated from the National Theatre School of Canada’s playwriting program in 2012.

Odd One Out:

1950. A love triangle. A secret attraction. A college student disappears in the woods. Ten years later, her rival lovers reunite in an attempt to solve the otherworldly mystery: what really happened to Clementine Yates?

Playwright: Maureen Gualtieri
Director: Elizabeth Traicus
Cast: Krystina Bojanowski, Jesse Byiers, Mattie Driscoll

At the Tarragon Theatre ExtraSpace (30 Bridgman Ave) as part of the Toronto Fringe:
Friday July 7 at 8:30pm
Saturday July 8 at 11:15pm
Monday July 10 at 4:15pm
Tuesday July 11 at 2:45pm<
Thursday July 13 at 7:45pm
Saturday July 15 at 5:15pm
Sunday July 16 at 2:30pm

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