Natalie Frijia will be presenting her work Black Wool Jacket, based on observations, conversations, and occasional eavesdropping from a coat-check position at a recently closed nightclub, at our Solo Performance Cabaret on Sunday, February 7th (you won’t want to miss it, so please remember to register):
Natalie Frijia is a Toronto-based writer currently in the PhD program at the University of Toronto’s Graduate Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies, and the School of the Environment. Her research focuses on the incorporation of non-human animals into spectacle and education-based performances and performance art. Her non-academic writing has been published by Scarborough Arts, and performed in Fringe, Rhubarb, New Ideas Festival, Theatre Passe Muraille’s Crapshoot Series, and Back Burner Productions’ What Are You Doing Up There?! Festival. She is a current member of Storefront Theatre’s inaugural Playwriting Unit.