"In the land of infomercial hell, the imagination is king."

     Behold the epic journey of an actor and a director as they navigate through filming the most dreaded project possible--an infomercial.
Somewhere between the opening rhetorical question and the "three easy payments of twenty-nine, ninety-nine", there lies a kernel of infinite possibility that can save their sanity, art, and maybe even the entire universe!
          ac-'TOR  is in the 2010 Toronto Fringe Theatre Festival
         June 30th-July 11th, at the Tarragon Theatre Extra Space 
               30 Bridgman Avenue (North of Dupont, East of Bathurst)
                  "FOUR STARS"-- EYE Weekly Magazine
                                       Friday, July 2      7:30 PM
                                                                                                                      Saturday, July 3      12 Noon
                                                                                                                        Monday, July 5      9:00 PM  
                    Written by    David Straus                                                          Thursday, July 8      8:45 PM
                   Directed by  Karie Richards                                                            Friday, July 9      3:30 PM
               Stage Managed by Megan Liley                                                   Saturday, July 10      5:15 PM
                                                                                                                      Sunday, July 11      1:45 PM
               Starring            David Straus                                                   $10 tickets at the door/ $11 in advance  
                                        Regan Thiel                              Fringe Hotline: 416.966.1062 or online at www.fringetoronto.com
                                                                                                        Show runs about 55 minutes--No Late-comers!
                Music Consultant--Robert Maizlin      
            Choreography by Stephanie Rutherford