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Create a custom-made theatre experience by choosing 3 or more plays that suit your interests and schedule from the Theatre and Studio series.
  1. Award-winning Métis-Dene playwright Marie Clements’ tender and provocative The Unnatural and Accidental Women courageously demands that we never forget the continuing crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls across Canada.

  2. Shifting seamlessly between heartbreak and joy, Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story is about losing everything and finding the courage to make a new start.

  3. trace

    November 12 - 23, 2019

    Azrieli Studio

    This poised, witty and heartfelt piece by Jeff Ho brings to life a mother, grandmother and great-grandmother – each of whom made difficult and life-altering decisions to protect their families, moving from China to Hong Kong to downtown Toronto.

  4. Take d Milk, Nah? is a highly-hyphenated story about the search for identity, the inevitable hazards this entails… and cows. Parasram mixes self-deprecating humour with gut-punching truth to ask, who is served by the constructs of cultural identity? Hold on to your chakras – your mind is about to be blown.

  5. The Neverending Story

    January 29 - February 15, 2020

    Babs Asper Theatre

    Hiding in an attic to avoid school bullies, a strangely magical book falls into the hands of ten-year-old Bastian: the tale of a hero’s quest to save the world of Fantastica from the encroaching emptiness called the Nothing. But is Bastian just a reader of this extraordinary story – or a vital part of it?

  6. Four strangers are brought together, each with opposing political, social, cultural and religious views, to hash out their differences. Discussing issues like freedom of speech and immigration, they must also consider the quality of their conversation, transcending their ideological differences by listening not just to reply, but also to hear.

  7. Copenhagen

    March 25 - April 5, 2020

    Babs Asper Theatre

    “But why?”

    So begins Michael Frayn’s Copenhagen, the enigmatic thriller that details the unravelling bond between Nobel Laureates Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg – once great friends who had revolutionized atomic physics in the 1920s. Years later, the world has changed, and the two find themselves on opposite sides of a catastrophic world war and a towering moral dilemma.

  8. Heaven and Hell are turned upside down in this retelling of John Milton’s epic poem Paradise Lost by Governor General Award-winning playwright Erin Shields

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