Theatre

Events listing

Maple Leaf Dream: AIM Toronto Brass Ensemble

July 1, 2015

This Canada Day we celebrate how our nation, its people and its people’s celebration of it are changing. We've invited a range of artists to express their Canadian pride through performance and, across our site, give a platform for the diverse voices and sounds of our population. Watch out! There's a fanfare about. AIM Toronto Brass Ensemble will be greeting visitors with real-time fanfares.

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Maple Leaf Dream: Swizzlestick Theatre

July 1, 2015

This Canada Day we celebrate how our nation, its people and its people’s celebration of it are changing. We've invited a range of artists to express their Canadian pride through performance and, across our site, give a platform for the diverse voices and sounds of our population. Swizzlestick Theatre performs for the whole family!

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Mad Hatter Tea Party

July 11-12, 2015

Frolick Theatre leads younglings on an adventurous travel through the world of the Mad Hatter tea party. Participatory theatre based on the characters from Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland.

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LOVE, DISHONOR, MARRY, DIE, CHERISH, PERISH by David Rakoff

July 16, 2015

Part novel, part epic poem, David Rakoff’s biting, incisive and compassionate final work explores human fallibility and redemption through beautifully drawn characters, linked by acts both cruel and generous. Featuring illustrations by internationally renowned cartoonist Seth.

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FLAUNT with Fay Slift

July 25, 2015

Fay Slift is a teacher, a performer and an all-around bearded lady clown.

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Heck Init Comedy Night featuring Howie Miller

August 4, 2015

Heck Init Comedy Night featuring Howie Miller, brings together people through humour and looks at how history plays a role in today’s current reality.

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In Spirit

August 5- 6, 2015

In Spirit is a theatre piece as part of the Words Yet to Come program that brings to light the subject matter of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women a social/political movement affecting a generation of Canadian Indigenous women.

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Uaajeerneq: An evening of mask dancing

August 6, 2015

Discover the enchanting world of Uaajeerneq, the oldest dramatical expression of the Inuit people of Greenland, performed by mask dancer Vivi Sorensen.

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Greenlandic Storytelling

August 7, 2015

The traditions and cultures of past generations are lost or rarely practiced by today's youth. But there are some, like Vivi Sorenson, who seek out songs, stories and dances and these young people are the carriers of Indigenous traditions.

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