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Monkeyman Productions is Toronto’s Geekiest Media Company, from festivals and full-length theatrical productions to the new frontier of podcasting. For the past ten years, we’ve been creating and presenting compelling stories that also happen to speak to the geek in all of us – the enthusiast, the collector, the fan, the fabulist. We’ve used sci-fi, horror, fantasy; we’ve done work that crossed genres or outstripped them completely. We’ve found the human heart in monsters and mad scientists; shone the spotlight on sidekicks and rabid gamers; and now we’re bringing you a lonely voice broadcasting from the last Moonbase, and a pair of paranormal adventurers and their pot-bellied pig.
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Our company and membership is in Toronto, which is the traditional territory of many nations, including the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation, the Haudenosaunee, the Anishnaabe and the Wendat and is now home to many First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. We honour their lives and the stories they tell, and we are grateful for the opportunity to create new stories in their space.
And this is a very special guest blog indeed – from Emma Moore, stage manager extraordinaire for Sidekicks and Secret Identities. You won’t see her at the show, at least until afterwards – but you may hear her! Dear Reader: … Continue reading
Here’s another guest blog post – this one from actor Sean Kaufmann, who appears in two of the three pieces making up Sidekicks and Secret Identities. Reserve your tickets today to see him strut his stuff! So…Monkeyman Productions, eh? Geek … Continue reading
Guest Blog post by Errol, one of our co-playwrights for Sidekicks, a part of Sidekicks and Secret Identities which opens on October 17th. Wait, that’s only a little over a week away! I’m a playwright. Well, I only have one … Continue reading
Hallo! My name is Manda and I co-wrote Sidekicks with Errol Elumir, part of the Monkeyman fall production, Sidekicks and Secret Identities! I haven’t been a writer for an incredibly long time (although I’ve been saying that for four years … Continue reading