Cast and orchestra auditions are now closed, but you can still join as a crew member! (We call them ninjas!) Tickets are on sale starting February 12! Find more information here.
Wed March 13, 8:00pm
Thu March 14, 8:00pm
Fri March 15, 8:00pm
Sat March 16, 2:00pm
Sat March 16, 8:00pm
U of T Students $16
*If you bought a F!rosh Kit, you can pick up a FREE Skule Nite ticket at Engineering Stores starting Feb 12. Limited quantities are available. Hurry!
Daniella dreams of travelling the world and becoming a professional baker. She also dreams about showing up to class naked.
Elizabeth traveled to Timbuktu to join the secret society of unicorn ninjas, the Unicorn'jas. Upon seeing her voluptuous stress-strain curves, they immediately renounced her membership and crowned her their leader. All hail!
The proper term for unicorns is actually land narwhals. Emma's shrink is skeptical.
Hassan is the Chuck Norris of Science. He decides whether Schrodinger's cat is dead or alive. Hassan doesn't like cats. Schrodinger is pissed.
Iulia is NOT a hound dog, she doesn't even have any blue suede shoes, but she's got a feeling she'll be back in the USSR with her old brown shoe.
After quitting her job at the flea circus as artistic director and ringmaster, Josie joined the Skule Nite cast to try her hand at something a bit tamer.
PLEASE SEND HELP! Justin is being held against his will and is being forced to act, dance, and sing. Laugh or they'll [redacted] me!
When Kevin is hungry, everything looks like chicken breasts. When Kevin is really hungry, everything just looks like breasts.
Massimo is fond of Internet Explorer. Why are you laughing? It has tabs!
At the age of [redacted], Michael was contacted by the [redacted] to assist in [redacted] [redacted] [redacted] tea kettle [redacted] [redacted] haberdashery [redacted]
Monica wants you to know that you have a friend in her. Seriously; she ate your best friend last night for dinner. And you're next if you don't watch yourself. Punk.
Navid likes to ride his horse around downtown Toronto. It keeps getting towed because he keeps leaving it in handicapped spots.
It goes without saying that Nicole knows the meaning of life. Don't bother asking her though, she won't say.
Sean exiled himself from society and spent the last 40 years studying convection currents that resulted from chimpanzee mating behaviours in the Amazon. His findings were inconclusive.
Ian Liness (pictured)
If you love being behind the scenes, making sure a show runs smoothly, and are generally interested in lighting, sound, SFX, painting, costuming, set building, prop making or stage crewing (or all of the above!), then Skule Nite 1T3 is looking for you to join our tech and crew team!
Join the Skule™ Nite Crew. It takes less than a minute!
Unfortunately, Cast and Orchestra auditions are now over! There's always next year!
2013 marks the 92nd anniversary of the Skule™ Nite tradition.
In 1921, the School of Practical Science (SPS) at the University of Toronto staged a variety show called Ngynyrs in SPaSms at Toronto's Massey Hall. The stunt show was a combination of music and theatrics and was an instant success. After only two years at Massey Hall, Ngynyrs in SPaSms moved to Hart House Theatre as part of an effort to bring women into the then men-only Hart House.
Over the years, the musical variety show transformed into a one-night open house meant to display the large cross-section of skills possessed by engineers including sport, art, music and theatre. Eventually, the theatrical component assumed a dominant role, and Skule™ Nite evolved into one of the biggest annual events on campus. Full terms would be spent building elaborate sets and costumes; the most talented actors from all faculties were sought out and recruited into the production.
Sadly, the urge to be bigger and better every year eventually resulted in the show collapsing under it own weight in 1968. Four years later, however, the idea was revived.
The 1973 show saw Skule™ Nite going back to its roots as a series of short musical and comedy sketches performed by engineers. Over the last two decades, Skule™ Nite's reputation as a hilarious and professional musical comedy has grown. Today, the annually sold-out show is a staple of the Hart House Theatre roster and a Toronto audience favourite.More information at Skulepedia.
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