You are still asking. So are we.

As our final production takes to the digital airwaves, we wanted to thank you for being with us this season, as we mobilized #artlive and embraced doing things a little differently. We asked some hard questions. We took risks. At times it wasn't easy, but it wasn't always hard either. Whether you enjoyed the Dora Award– winning Mies Julie, were stirred Conte d'amour or charmed by Major Tom, we're humbled and grateful for your participation in the dialogue each production urged. This is the reason we bring these works to our stages.

And it isn't over yet.

On June 26, we launched the season's final production online. The Tale of Harbourfront Centre is a radio drama celebrating our 40th anniversary through the collected memories and stories of visitors just like you. It is a reminder that performance can, does and should transcend the stage. It's available to listen to, via stream or download, throughout the summer.

And stay tuned, because we're still asking questions and searching the world for more thought-provoking performances for World Stage 2015.

We hope you're still asking too.

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Let's keep pushing. Let's figure out who we are.

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