Socratic Theatre Collective present MORT for the Toronto Fringe Festival

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June 6th, 2012

Socratic Theatre Collective is proud to conclude its second season with a site-specific production of Terry Pratchett’s Mort, adapted by Stephen Briggs, presented at the 2012 Toronto Fringe Festival.

Terry Pratchett’s Mort is a stage adaptation of the fourth novel in Pratchett’s award winning Discworld series. It tells the story of the anthropomorphic personification of Death and his hapless apprentice Mort, and how both are caught between duty and the appeal of human connection; Death is lured away from his work by the joys of an extended holiday, while Mort threatens the balance of the universe through a misguided (well, hormone‐guided) attempt to save the life of a beautiful princess.

For more information and to book tickets, visit the Socratic Theatre Collective and Fringe Festival websites.

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Comments for: Socratic Theatre Collective present MORT for the Toronto Fringe Festival

  1. Ruth Palileo says:

    In the best tradition of Sir Terry’s witches and wizards, the cast of Terry Pratchett’s Mort at the Toronto Fringe walked between raindrops during yesterday’s rehearsal…well okay, they REHEARSED between raindrops. I hope we’ll get to meet loads of other fans during our run!