Euphoria > written and performed by Mark Cassidy. Memories of growing up in a hotel and motel in small-town Ontario are mixed with pop tunes of the 1970s. Q Space 382 College St., April 2013, Gladstone Hotel as part of Toronto Storytelling Festival 2014. Workshop of full version performed at Monarch Tavern in Toronto, July 2015, The Standeasy/RCHA Club Kingston, Aug. 2015. Most recently, Amp Studio Café Toronto, Feb. 2018.
Kafka and Son > based on Franz Kafka's "Letter to his Father" adapted by Mark Cassidy and Alon Nashman, Soho Playhouse Encore Series, Oct. 2017, Edinburgh Fringe 2017, Kafka Festival, London Jewish Cultural Centre, Oct. 2015, Johannesburg & National Arts Festival Grahamstown, South Africa, July 2015, National Arts Festival Grahamstown 2014, The Hague/Prague/Leeds U.K., 2013, Edinburgh Fringe 2011 & 2010, London Fringe 2008, Iceland National Theatre, 2007, Canadian Fringe Tour, 2007, Al Green Theatre Toronto, 2006, Harbourfront Worldstage Festival 2005, Ashkenaz Festival 2004
To End All Wars > Letters from soldiers and others involved in Canadian wars of the past 100 years, based on the book by Audrey and Paul Grescoe, Peter Mackendrick Gallery, Artscape Wychwood Barns, Nov., 2014
How Can I Kill You If I Look Into Your Eyes > an interactive theatrical installation presented as part of LabCab Parkdale, 2014
The Bird of the Ghetto > Staged reading of play by Chava Rosenfarb in association with Holocaust Education Week, Steelworker's Hall, Nov. 2012
Change Room > Collective, The Toronto Fringe Festival, as part of the AlleyPlays, 2012
The Girl in the Picture Tries to Hang up the Phone > by Hume Baugh, in association with Videofag, 2013, Theatre Kingston/Baby Grand, 2012, Zoofest Theatre Festival, Montreal 2009, Ottawa/Windsor Fringe Festivals 2008, HATCH, Harbourfront, 2007
Forms of Devotion > theatrical adaptation of book of stories and pictures by Diane Schoemperlen - Baby Grand Theatre Sept./Oct. 2009 in association with Theatre Kingston, previously at Summerworks/Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace, 2002
Terror > site-specific piece exploring world of Edgar Allan Poe created with Puppetmongers and presented in and around industrial building in east end of Toronto, 2006
The City in which I Love You > original piece exploring voices, stories and portraits of the Greater Toronto Area, 2009, Ellington's Cafe, Drake Hotel as part of Deep Wireless Festival, 2006
Howl > adaptation of the poem by Allen Ginsberg, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 1999
The Hairy Ape > all-female adaptation of play by Eugene O'Neill ,set in Canada's P4W, Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace, 1998
In The Language of Love > adaptation of the novel by Diane Schoemperlen , Earl St. Theatre Kingston/Ford Studio Theatre, Toronto, 1996/97
As I Lay Dying > site-specific adaptation of novel by William Faulkner - Block D Kingston/Ashbridges Bay Park, Toronto, 1995, in Kingston & Edmonton, 1989
Fearful Symmetry > fusion of poems and drawings by William Blake with Eugene O'Neill's play Welded, Baby Grand Theatre, 1994
Jewel > by Joan MacLeod , Baby Grand Theatre, 1993
The Factory > original musical based on life of Andy Warhol and his friends, Baby Grand Theatre, 1993
Foment > world premiere of play by James Purdy - Baby Grand /Annex Theatre, Toronto, 1992
Beautiful Losers > premiere adaptation of the novel by Leonard Cohen, Baby Grand Kingston/Theatre Centre Toronto, 1991
Holding The Pieces > Letters of Canadians at War in the 20th Century, Baby Grand Theatre, 1991
White Buildings > a response to the life and poetry of Hart Crane, Woolen Mill, Kingston/Poor Alex, Toronto, 1990
Adeline/The Berry Picker > two short plays by James Purdy, Kingston Fringe Festival, 1990
The Fall of the House of Usher> based on the story by Edgar Allen Poe, Woolen Mill, February, 1989
True > Canadian premiere of 3 short plays by James Purdy , Woolen Mill Kingston, Rhubarb Festival Toronto, 1988
A Day After The Fair > world premiere of play by James Purdy , The Woolen Mill, Kingston, 1988
The Evergreen: A Motel Play > site-specific piece based on texts by Tennessee Williams, Michel Tremblay, David Freeman and found objects in the Cataraqui Motel, Kingston, 1987
Princess Ivona > Canadian premiere of play by Witold Gombrowicz , Baby Grand Theatre, Kingston, 1987
A few responses to our work
“Beautiful, passionate, simply superb”
Adelina Fabiano, Mooney on Theatre--Swan Song of Maria: A Tragic Fairy Tale
Robert Cushman, National Post--Kafka and Son
"Pure unadulterated surreal goodness”
Eva Marie Clarke, Vue Weekly--Kafka and Son
"A seamless wonder"
Richard Ouzounian, Toronto Star--Forms of Devotion
Glenn Sumi, Now Magazine--Terror
Kamal-Al-Soyalee, Eye Magazine--Howl
"Gloriously physical...exuberantly theatrical...grand entertainment"
Kate Taylor, Globe & Mail--Howl
"Fascinating, captivating theatre"
Jennie Punter, Kingston Whig-Standard--As I Lay Dying
"Tremendous...utterly compelling...a knockout show"
Marc Horton, Edmonton Journal --As I Lay Dying
"Risky, atmospheric and potent"
Frederic Duquette, Studio Magazine--Beautiful Losers
"Alternately playful and intense...mesmerizing"
Jon Kaplan, Now Magazine--White Buildings
"Startling and powerful"
Kevin Ewert, C.K.L.N. Radio--White Buildings