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Crow’s Theatre Announces 2017-2018 Season

Streetcar Crowsnest

Our first season in our new home was deeply rewarding. The support from the east end community and from the theatre-going public was truly galvanizing. Over 32,000 people came through our doors in five months and we can’t wait to get back at it this fall.   Our sophomore season at Streetcar Crowsnest is also the company’s 35th and, with the help of some incredible partners and artists, we have assembled another fabulously eclectic line-up for our growing audience. I…

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Soulpepper Theatre shows for 2017-2018

13 Plays Including Two World Premieres, A National Premiere, New Concerts and More

Soulpepper’s 2017-2018 season begins this September with a new look at Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, directed by Daniel Brooks with Oliver Dennis and Soulpepper Founding Member Diego Matamoros, running alongside the World Premiere of Picture This – a comedy of epic proportions – by Morris Panych and Brenda Robins.

In October, Soulpepper presents Cliff Cardinal’s Dora Award-winning solo show Huff. Also this fall, Soulpepper presents the first…

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Theatre Passe Muraille announces its 2017/2018 season

theatre passe muraille

Since 1968, Theatre Passe Muraille has been making art that goes beyond walls. Over the years that term has meant a lot of different things. It’s meant showcasing under-represented voices. It’s meant manufacturing personal experience into theatre. It’s been a constant attempt to make work that is relevant to today’s ideas and issues. Theatre should not be limited to boundaries, metaphorically or literally. These are the values we’ve developed over our rich history. They are using these values to…

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Carmen, The Marriage of Figaro, Night Blooming Cereus, and the World Premiere of A Northern Lights Dream

Summer Opera Lyric Theatre

Discover the Stars of Tomorrow at Summer Opera Lyric Theatre’s Mini-Festival of Opera – July 28th to August 6th

Summer Opera Lyric Theatre enters its third decade as the only performance haven for Toronto’s opera lovers in mid-summer. Since 1986, Guillermo Silva-Marin has led aspiring young artists through an intensive eight-week course of study concentrating on character development in opera through text and music. These weeks culminate in a series of performances showcasing the young artists…

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