The Urinal Dialogues- what’s it all about?

The Urinal Dialogues-Intro 15 sec promo

Into the fringe fray we go.

A man walks into a bar….’s urinal….

Then what happens? The Urinal Dialogues happen.  A play that takes a look inside the Men’s Washroom…and asks the question – if men would talk, what would they say?
The is one playwright’s response to The Vagina Monologues.
 Yes, there is bathroom humour but this is a place where everything can be exposed. Unpredictable and unabashed. Ye who laughs first may not laugh last.
The Fringe Festival takes place in downtown Toronto – July 2nd -13th, 2014.
I am excited to report that Mario Dalimonte  has signed on as Director.  Mario is very respected in Community Theatre as both a Director and an Actor.  Mario has successfully been involved with the Fringe before.  I have previously worked with Mario in my role as actor, and found him to be excellent at getting the best out of a script and the performers.
Mario has already provided great insight and suggested interesting and astute modifications to this production in the making.
Also on the team is Bruce Armstrong, a gifted engineering designer, talented actor and team leader.  Bruce has been instrumental in putting this production together and is an essential partner in the production team.
We are currently firming up a very talented Stage Manager.  Watch for the announcement of your our first reading/workshop coming soon.
-for more information on the Fringe
We’ll talk…
– Mark and Company…
A Mark My Words-Ink production
Presents – The Urinal Dialogues
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