Theatre Direct, one of the countryâ€™s most respected companies dedicated to young audiences, continues the tradition of producing thoughtful and engaging theatre for young people and families with its newest production Walking the Tightrope by Mike Kenny.
Directed by Thomas Morgan Jones (Pyaasa, Letters to my Grandma) and presented at the Loop, Theatre Directâ€™s newly opened theatre for children, youth and families, Walking the Tightrope will run from April 7 to May 3. More »
DANCE IN DUNDAS SQUARE!
In celebration of International Dance Day 2009, are proud to present an afternoon of FREE dance activities at Yonge-Dundas Square, featuring a variety of dance forms and Toronto-based performers. On stage and off the stage, the square will be alive with assorted performances, interactive dance presentations, open classes and information on an array of dance styles & traditions. Drop in and join us for a lively celebration of Torontoâ€™s diverse and inclusive dance community. More »
â€œYou forget you’re dealing with a clinical observer of the human carnival.â€
CLOSER is an unflinching dissection of the relationships of four Londoners in the mid-1990s. Alice, an adventurous young woman, falls for Dan, a struggling obituary writer who is inspired by her frank sexuality. More »
The ThÃ©Ã¢tre franÃ§ais de Toronto (TfT) is pleased to close its season with Francis Veberâ€™s Le DÃ®ner de Cons (The Dinner Game). An original TfT production, the play will be directed by Guy Mignault, TfTâ€™s artistic director. This hilarious comedy runs at the Berkeley Street Theatre from April 22 to May 9, 2009.
This piece, a cult hit onstage and in film, has become synonymous with scathing comedy that denounces the excesses of todayâ€™s society. More »
LKTYP is proud to present the stage adaptation of Pobby and Dingan. Based on the award-winning book by Australian author, Ben Rice, Pobby and Dingan is a beautiful parable about how even ordinary people can become heroes to help those they love. Adapted for the stage by Paula Wing, Pobby and Dingan runs on the Mainstage between April 20 and May 10. This play was first presented as a staged reading in April 2008, at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, as part of New Visions/New Voices.
Award-winning theatre company Volcano and Theatre Passe Muraille proudly present the Exchange Rate Collective’s Appetite, a collectively-created physical theatre show that was the hot ticket at the 2007 Toronto Summerworks Theatre Festival. One of NOW Magazine ‘best of the fest’ picks for Outstanding Production, Direction and Ensemble, Appetite opens this spring at Theatre Passe Muraille’s Mainspace from April 17-26 (preview April 16). More »