The forest has a personality. The forest searches. The forest dreams.
Theatre Rusticle presents a poetic and darkly hopeful tale inspired by one of Shakespeare’s bloodiest plays. Birnam Wood weaves together the dreams and nightmares of a forest that witnessed acts of greed, power and the unimaginable with our own inimitable physical style. More »
Substantially reworked since its 2008 Summerworks Spotlight Award and naming by NOW Magazine as Outstanding Ensemble in its “best of the fest” list, I’m So Close… explores the costs relationships suffer as technology keeps us ever-increasingly connected.
This newly-devised, physical, tragic comedy is conceived and created by Why Not Theatre, an award-winning international ensemble running March 23 to April 3 as part of The Theatre Centre’s Free Fall Festival. More »
Theatre @ York’s 2009-10 season culminates with Marat/Sade, a landmark classic of the modern repertoire. Lecoq-trained director Leah Cherniak brings her trademark physicality to Peter Weiss’ bold and bloody investigation of a post-revolutionary world, on stage at York University March 21 to 27. More »
Held over by popular demand, Blind Date has been extended for a third week, Mar. 9 through Mar. 12. After a sold-out run in 2009, audiences will have four additional opportunities in 2010 to see Northan’s brilliant improvisational mastery. More »
Actors Repertory Company is thrilled to announce the Canadian première of Martin Crimp’s celebrated work The City, a deliciously wicked yet profound piece of theatre. Joining the two time Dora Award winning company is Award winning Romanian Director Cristian Popescu, who will lead the audience through Crimp’s fierce and penetrating vision of modern life. Opening March 19, 2010 at The Berkeley Street Theatre Upstairs, the show runs until April 3, 2010. More »
LKTYP is pleased to present the Canadian premiere of Kevin Dyer’s The Monster Under the Bed. A hilarious new comedy about friendship and facing your fears, The Monster Under the Bed will be presented on the Mainstage from March 8 to April 1, 2010. More »