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Annual faculty drama production "The Experiment Of Doctor Ox"


The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) presents “The Experiment Of Doctor Ox”, a stage adaptation of the comical novel by the great science-fiction author Jules Verne. Adapted and directed by Michal Schonberg, with original music by Alexander Rapoport, this production is brought to life at UTSC March 16-18 and 22-24, 2006.

(Scarborough, ON) – Cultural Affairs and the Visual and Performing Arts Program at the University of Toronto at Scarborough proudly present The Experiment of Doctor Ox, March 16-18 and 22 to 24, 2006. This original production takes place at 8:00 pm in the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre (3rd Floor of the S-Wing). Tickets are $8 Students/Seniors and $10 Others and can be purchased from the UofTtix Box Office (Tel: 416.978.8849, Online: beginning February 16th (UTSC sales from Room B320 begin February 2).

Featuring costume designs by Olga Dimitrov, and set and lighting design by Scott Dutrisac and Kevin Wright, The Experiment of Doctor Ox is a comical look at the events following the introduction of an experimental gas into the public lighting system of the sleepy little town of Quiqendone in 19th century Flanders by the mysterious visiting scientist, Doctor Ox. Quiqendone, a place where time has almost come to a stand-still, and where nothing has happened for hundreds of years, is suddenly overtaken by passion, comic violence and desire for revenge.

Cultural Affairs would like to acknowledge the support of 2006 Season Sponsor -  Manulife Financial.

The University of Toronto Scarborough is located at 1265 Military Trail (South of Hwy 401 at Morningside). Please visit for maps and parking rates.

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