90 Second Pitch: Mr. Wonderful and I

Jul. 16, 2021 at 3:07 p.m. EDT

This is the 90-second video pitch for Mr. Wonderful and I by Page 1 Theatre, originally intended to be part of the 2021 Hamilton Fringe Festival Kick Off.

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MAN and his dog Sheldon have recently moved but never quite got the chance to say goodbye. As MAN settles into his own apartment and starts unpacking, he can’t help but look back on his life. He decides to write a couple of letters to say goodbye or to make amends with the different people who have made an impact in his life.

But the process is anything but smooth because, after twenty-eight years, it's difficult to understand what really happened and to decide who to contact. MAN is relying on a new acquaintance to assist him with the process and to help him understand the truth.

Mr. Wonderful and I is a journey about looking back and moving on, an exploration into discovering one’s own mental health, how to thrive beyond a diagnosis, and the power of unconditional love.


"Mr. Wonderful and I" was originally selected by a jury to premier at the Toronto Gay Theatre Festival in the Fall of 2020. In January of 2021, playwright Isaac Mulè was awarded an OAC Recommender Grant from Roseneath Theatre and a grant from the Waterloo Arts Fund to develop this project. Early dramaturgical work was supported by Kira Meyers-Guiden.


As a team, we recognize that this show involves a wide range of topics and specifically focuses on mental health. Our intent is to normalize this content and to navigate these subjects with humour and honesty. However, some folks may still find parts of the subject matter difficult or triggering. We believe that this show is an important springboard to a larger conversation that must be had.

We do, however, want to make sure that folks feel supported, if they need it, upon viewing the show. If you need support, please reach out; Call 1-866-585-0445 (Adults) or 1-888-668-6810 (Youth).