Events listing

Against the Grain's Messiah

December 16-19, 2015

Toronto collective Against the Grain and choreographer Jennifer Nichols present their refreshed Messiah, a barefoot, choreographed oratorio that walks the line between edgy and faithful.

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January 20-23, 2016

Germinal begins with a bare stage and a group of intrepid adventurers who set out on a mission of exploration. Their task: to imagine how they would remake the universe from the beginning. Part of World Stage 2016.

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The World Stage Mirror Ball

January 30, 2016

We celebrate our 2016 World Stage season with a performance party in the spirit of more: more artistry, more theatrics, more mirrors. Part of World Stage 2016.

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Portraits in Motion

April 13-16, 2016

In a series of enchanting recollections, the subjects of Volker Gerling's photographic flipbooks are momentarily brought to life as the theatre becomes a communal place of cinematic storytelling. Part of World Stage 2016.

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Looking for Paul

April 27-30, 2016

Looking for Paul documents the journey and artistic process of Dutch theatre collective Wunderbaum that explodes ó sometimes very messily ó into a debate on aesthetics and the politics and meaning of public art. Part of World Stage 2016.

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Backstage in Biscuit Land

May 25-28, 2016

Combining storytelling, comedy and puppetry, this playful and spontaneous performance offers an intimate glimpse into Jess Thom's unique perspective as an artist and woman with Tourette Syndrome. Part of World Stage 2016.

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Every Song Iíve Ever Written

June 9-11, 2016

Every Song Iíve Ever Written is an interactive project with ambitious ideas and a mixtape heart. It examines certain personal regrets about the past, while also exploring the much larger cultural shift in how we listen to and understand music. Part of World Stage 2016.

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