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May 7th Line-Up

If you know what’s good for you, you’ll join us at the Toronto Cold Reads this Sunday May 7th.

50s style woman holding sign "Mother Knows Best"

We will be taking a break on May 14th. Which is why your mom is telling us to all be there this Sunday.

Scripts by the following playwrights and/or screenwriters will be featured at this Sunday’s Cold Reads:

  • How Long? by Simone Stock and Shawn Tanaka
  • It’s a Blast by David Healey
  • Size 7 (with Insoles) by Genevieve Adam
  • Writer’s Challenge by Eric Peterson

We’ll be back on May 21st with the third edition of Thr33fest!
Only 3 cold reads left until the fall!

What? When? Where? and How?

Actors should arrive to sign up at 7:00 pm with the show to start at 8:00 pm. Our home is The Social Capital, located at 154 Danforth Avenue. It’s above the Black Swan Tavern just east of Broadview station on the Danforth.

How can you get involved?

Join our writing group for more encouragement, camaraderie, wisdom, and shared get-down-to-business writing time. We’d love to help you get new scripts ready to be shared at the Cold Reads… and beyond.

Show up to read a role, laugh/cry/applaud/listen as an audience member, join our writing group, and submit your writing at torontocoldreads@gmail.com–everyone is welcome!

2017 Premiere: Line-up

The Oscars are over, Valentine’s Day and Family Day have passed… what more is there to look forward to?

The 2017 premiere of the TORONTO COLD READS!

Scripts by the following playwrights and/or screenwriters will be featured at this Sunday’s Cold Reads:

  • Badminton House by Sheila Toller
  • Flashman #5 by David Healey
  • Fear From Within by Brian Kennington
  • Some Kind of Happy by Peter Fenton and Scott White

Actors should arrive to sign up at 7:30 pm with the show to start at 8:30 pm. Our home is The Social Capital, located at 154 Danforth Avenue. It’s above the Black Swan Tavern just east of Broadview station on the Danforth.

Academy Award

How can you get involved?

Join our writing group for more encouragement, camaraderie, wisdom, and shared get-down-to-business writing time. We’d love to help you get new scripts ready to be shared at the Cold Reads… and beyond.

Show up to read a role, laugh/cry/applaud/listen as an audience member, join our writing group, and submit your writing at torontocoldreads@gmail.com–everyone is welcome!

December 4th Line-Up: Fall 2016 Finale!

Join us for a feast, a toast, a cheers to celebrate the final Toronto Cold Reads of 2016!

Scripts by the following playwrights and/or screenwriters will be featured at this Sunday’s Cold Reads:

  • Clandestine by Jarrett Rusnak
  • Have Yourself a Merry Little Wedding by Marcia Johnson
  • The Lesson and New You by Thomas Saunders
  • Safe Room by Ron Fromstein
  • Writer’s Challenge by Glenn Clifton

Actors should arrive to sign up at 7 pm with the show to start at 8 pm. Our home is The Social Capital, located at 154 Danforth Avenue. It’s above the Black Swan Tavern just east of Broadview station on the Danforth.

Leave early as the subway is closed with shuttle buses running between St. George and Pape stations.

 

How can you get involved?

Join our writing group for more encouragement, camaraderie, wisdom, and shared get-down-to-business writing time. We’d love to help you get new scripts ready to be shared at the Cold Reads… and beyond.

Show up to read a role, laugh/cry/applaud/listen as an audience member, join our writing group, and submit your writing at torontocoldreads@gmail.com–everyone is welcome!

November 27th Line-Up

The PENULTIMATE Cold Reads of 2016.

Scripts by the following playwrights and/or screenwriters will be featured at this Sunday’s Cold Reads:

  • Office Hours by Glenn Clifton
  • Soccer and Haircuts by Norm Reynolds
  • Twenty-two Ways to Read the Tarot by Phoebe Tsang
  • Who You Callin’ Black, Eh? By Rita Deverell
  • Writer’s Challenge by Jamie Johnson

Actors should arrive to sign up at 7 pm with the show to start at 8 pm. Our home is The Social Capital, located at 154 Danforth Avenue. It’s above the Black Swan Tavern just east of Broadview station on the Danforth.

Mark your calendars now for December 4th’s finale and potluck FEAST.

Hogwarts dining hall with Christmas decorations.

Hogwarts Christmas… no, it won’t be that epic…

Join us for a festive final Cold Reads of 2016. It’ll be a great night of scripts for all, plus for an extra treat we’re hosting a potluck.

You are welcome to bring, bake, buy, or cook something for us to share and all are welcome to enjoy.

How can you get involved?

Join our writing group for more encouragement, camaraderie, wisdom, and shared get-down-to-business writing time. We’d love to help you get new scripts ready to be shared at the Cold Reads… and beyond.

Show up to read a role, laugh/cry/applaud/listen as an audience member, join our writing group, and submit your writing at torontocoldreads@gmail.com–everyone is welcome!

October 30th Line-up HALLOWEEN Edition

It was the night before Halloween and all through the theatre the ghosts, ghouls, witches, and (of course) phantoms gathered for…

THE HALLOWEEN EDITION OF THE TORONTO COLD READS

Spooky, scary scripts by the following playwrights and/or screenwriters will be featured at this Sunday’s Cold Reads:

  • The Birds Have Stopped Singing by Winter Rowan
  • Death of Me by Derek Jay and Alex Smith
  • The Demon by Caitlin Carmody
  • Voice of Souls by Barb Scheffler
  • The Zombie Tribunal by Dan Maratta

Actors should arrive to sign up at 7 pm with the show to start at 8 pm. Our home is The Social Capital, located at 154 Danforth Avenue. It’s above the Black Swan Tavern just east of Broadview station on the Danforth.

How can you get involved?

Join our writing group for more encouragement, camaraderie, wisdom, and shared get-down-to-business writing time. We’d love to help you get new scripts ready to be shared at the Cold Reads… and beyond.

Show up to read a role, laugh/cry/applaud/listen as an audience member, join our writing group, and submit your writing at torontocoldreads@gmail.com–everyone is welcome!