RAGE AGAINST The Trilogy is a one of a kind, three of a kind Trilogy making its debut at the 2018 Toronto Fringe Festival. The shows takes place in a shared universe (of sorts), revolving around one-incident involving our amalgamated metaphor for the forgotten and marginalized - an unnamed homeless person. The ideas revolve around "Good vs. Right", "Finding Home" and "Seeking Paradise", and the madness and indifference in between. The structure is loosely inspired by Dante's "Divine Comedy" - with each of the three shows drawing from "Inferno", "Purgatorio", and "Paradiso" respectively.
RAGE AGAINST THE COMPLACENT
The kid who used to follow them around is now in charge of a successful news website. But are memes, lists, pointless videos and clickbait articles actually considered news these days? When they finally find a story worth sharing how far are they willing to go to share it and will anybody even care? (60 minutes)
RAGE AGAINST the Inferno (Jerusalem)
Izzy, Polly, and Juliet are happily married as a trio. A stranger comes to visit, and takes them through the Inferno. A Surrealist Comedy, until it's not! (60 minutes)
RAGE AGAINST THE KING
For sixteen years Izzy P was the lead singer of the third best selling grunge band in the province. But sometimes a front man is bigger than the band. He had it all, but now he wants more.
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The Trilogy is brought to you by Theatre ARTaud, Filament Incubator, Sketch Platform Productions, 4 Penny Operation Foundation and Pound Ionesco Faulkner. Check out what these teams have done in the past: