Saturday, 06 Dec 2014 ~
Evenings: 8:00PM (Saturday)
Sony Centre for the Performing Arts 1 Front St E, Toronto
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Distant Worlds features award-winning music from the record-breaking video game series FINAL FANTASY performed live by a symphony orchestra and accompanied by the Tallis Choir of Toronto. Cosplayers are welcome!

Conducted by Grammy Award-winning conductor, composer, and record producer Arnie Roth, and featuring vocal soloist Susan Calloway, Distant Worlds will feature music and scenes from over 25 years of FINAL FANTASY.

Distant Worlds: music from FINAL FANTASY combines live orchestral music with cutting edge videos and art stills from the games most memorable sequences on a 26 foot wide screen, projected entirely in HD! This hybrid of music and technology will allow new and old fans alike to experience the world of  FINAL FANTASY.

Since its 1987 debut the FINAL FANTASY franchise has sold over 110 million copies worldwide and has become the most recognized role playing game in the world. It continues to reach new players and fans with unique characters, compelling storylines and engaging game play. These elements have helped propel the series into numerous sequels, live productions and motion pictures.

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Producer: Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
Running time: tbd
Box office number: 1-855-872-SONY(7669)
Wheelchair accessible
Posted by Sony Centre for the Performing Arts on Monday, 14 Apr 2014 in Drama


Preview: Tuesday, 03 Jun 2014

Tuesday, 03 Jun 2014 ~ Saturday, 14 Jun 2014
Matinées: 2:00PM (Sunday, Saturday)
Evenings: 8:00PM (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
Aki Studio Theatre 585 Dundas Street East, Toronto
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Hunter Stowe, a gifted Aboriginal palliative care worker more comfortable with death than life, somehow connects with Jake Montour, a dorky Aboriginal addictions counsellor struggling with anxiety disorder. It's a miracle that two prickly burn outs have found love; it's a tragedy that they've found it while gene-altering trauma masks their last hope of happiness behind anger and stories of woe. When a desperate Jake asks Hunter to breach her professional ethics, neither of them can predict the events leading to words that change them, right down to cell level: mask's off.

An innovative, thought-provoking design by internationally acclaimed theatre artist Andy Moro allows the audience to see cells change during the emergence of love, brains altering during traumatic events and the hidden thoughts of characters with everything to hide. A unique, moving script by playwright/social worker Jeff D'Hondt dramatizes a professional world rarely seen on stage. Most importantly, the design and script highlight wrenching performances by Cole Alvis and Madison Walsh and the intense, moving stage direction of emerging theatre creator, Ali Joy Richardson.

Have you wondered how screwed a social worker can get? Or suffered a heart break so painful that it felt like it changed your DNA? A False Face removes the masks hiding the stories of our deepest scars, stories that change us -- all the down way to cell level.
Producer: Spiderbones Performing Arts
Running time: 80 minutes
Box office number: 1-800-204-0855
Signed in American Sign Language hipTIX tickets available Discount tickets available
Posted by Spiderbones Performing Arts on Saturday, 18 Jan 2014 in Drama


Tuesday, 06 May 2014 ~ Saturday, 10 May 2014
Evenings: 8pm (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
Harbourfront Centre - Enwave Theatre 231 Queens Quay West Toronto
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Theatre director and playwright Yael Farber is one of the major voices of contemporary South Africa. Over the last decade she’s earned a global reputation for her devastating portraits of human nature. Her Mies Julie was the unqualified favourite of the prestigious Edinburgh Festival Fringe at its international premiere in 2012, and since then it has become one of the most sought-after touring productions in the world. Her story about the legacy of injustice in a post-traumatic society is an unforgettable performance. It’s “a dream come true … A benchmark of excellence” ( The Telegraph).

Eighteen years after the end of apartheid, the white daughter of a landowner and the black son of her father’s servant wage love and war in the kitchen of a desolated South African farmstead. The tensions and traumas of contemporary South Africa are lived before your eyes. Through Farber’s vision, August Strindberg’s classic story of class and gender in conflict comes to startling new life.

Advisory: Nudity

Ticket: $49

Producer: Yael Faber/Baxter Theatre Centre presented byHarbourfront Centre
Running time: 90mins
Box office number: 416-973-4342
Posted by Harbourfront Centre on Monday, 11 Nov 2013 in Drama


Tuesday, 29 Apr 2014 ~ Sunday, 18 May 2014
Matinées: 1:30pm on Wednesdays April 30th, 2:00pm on Saturdays and Sundays (Sunday, Wednesday, Saturday)
Evenings: 7:30pm (Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
Roncesvalles neighbourhood - exact location 149 Roncesvalles Avenue
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Written By: Rosamund Small
Directed by: Mitchell Cushman

Performed by: Katherine Cullen

Anna’s daily routine is life, death, bureaucracy.  Every call she receives is an emergency.  How much trouble is our city in?  

Vitals   is Outside the March's latest site-specific   experience, presenting   the story of Anna, a Toronto paramedic. Based on real interviews conducted with local EMS workers,  Vitals   weaves together a canvas of affecting, poignant and disturbing emergency stories and explores their impact on the responder to these calls  ; a woman whose career is as defined by infuriating bureaucracy as it is by an endless torrent of split-second life-or-death decisions.

Tickets On Sale: February 18, 2014
Producer: Outside the March Sponsored by Theatre Passe Muraille
Running time: 90 minutes
Box office number: 4165048988
Full price tickets available World Premiere Toronto Premiere
Posted by Outside the March on Tuesday, 21 Jan 2014 in Drama


Preview: Tuesday, 29 Apr 2014

Tuesday, 29 Apr 2014 ~ Saturday, 17 May 2014
Matinées: 2:00 PM (PWYC) (Saturday)
Evenings: 7:30 PM (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
Site Specific - TBA (Queen West) TBA
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By  Rosamund Small
An Outside the March Production
In association with Theatre Passe Muraille
Directed by Mitchell Cushman
Performed by Katherine Cullen

About the Show

Anna’s daily routine is life, death, bureaucracy.  Every call she receives is an emergency.  How much trouble is our city in?

One of Toronto’s leading independent theatre companies, Outside the March ( Terminus, Mr. Marmalade, Passion Play) teams up with playwright Rosamund Small, who burst onto the scene last year with her verbatim look at Occupy Toronto.  In the past, OtM has invited audiences into kindergarten classrooms, amidst underground hacker spaces and to sit onstage at The Royal Alex.  Now we’re sending you out into Toronto on an EMS emergency call, with this brand new site-specific experience.

Show Times 

Vitals  will be performed at an undisclosed location within the city from April 29th – May 17th, 2014. Performance dates and times will be revealed in the Fall, 2013.

Producer: Outside the March in association with Theatre Passe Muraille
Running time: 70 minutes
Box office number: 416-504-7529
Full price tickets available World Premiere Toronto Premiere
Posted by Theatre Passe Muraille on Wednesday, 13 Nov 2013 in Drama


Thursday, 24 Apr 2014 ~ Sunday, 04 May 2014
Matinées: 2:30PM (Sunday)
Evenings: 8:00PM (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
Tarragon Theatre Upstairs 36 Bridgman Ave., Toronto
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Cold Comfort tells the story of Kevin Toner, a bricklayer living in a self-imposed exile in England, who returns to Belfast after a 15 year absence. He has a bone to pick, and he is determined to have a conversation with his father that will leave no stone unturned. In fact, this is going to be the first meaningful conversation they will have ever had together.

There's only one problem. His father is dead.

And lying in a coffin in the front room.

A Room. A Dead body. Nowhere to Hide.

"David Mackett is absolutely riveting as the drunken Kevin Toner", NNNN (NOW Magazine)

"This production features an electrifying performance by David Mackett in the role of Kevin Toner" (Mooney on Theatre)

Cold Comfort cited for Outstanding Performance and Outstanding Direction (NOW Magazine: 2013 Toronto Fringe Festival Wrap-up)

Producer: Fly on the Wall Theatre
Running time: 60 minutes
Box office number: 416.531.1827
Wheelchair accessible Full price tickets available
Posted by Fly on the Wall Theatre on Thursday, 06 Feb 2014 in Drama


Wednesday, 23 Apr 2014 ~ Sunday, 27 Apr 2014
Matinées: 2:00PM (Sunday)
Evenings: 8:00PM (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
The Array Space 155 Walnut Avenue, Toronto
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Producer: The Canadian History Project
Running time: 90 Minutes
Box office number: 416-993-7929
World Premiere Toronto Premiere
Posted by The Canadian History Project on Wednesday, 12 Feb 2014 in Drama

Now Showing!

Friday, 11 Apr 2014 ~ Saturday, 26 Apr 2014
Matinées: 2:00 PM (Sunday)
Evenings: 8:00 PM (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
Alumnae Theatre - Mainspace 70 Berkeley St, Toronto
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Alumnae Theatre Company presents David Lindsay-Abaire's Pulitzer Prize-winning play Rabbit Hole - a moving, honest and surprisingly humorous portrait of a family searching for what remains possible in the most impossible of situations. After the accidental death of their 4-year old son, Becca and Howie struggle to deal with everyday life. In spare and realistic language, the play explores the different ways people deal with grief in a beautiful and poignant story. Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Drama,  Rabbit Hole was adapted by Lindsay-Abaire into a critically acclaimed film in 2010.
Directed by Paul Hardy.
Cameron Johnston
Christopher Manousos
Sheila Russell
Joanne Sarazen
Paula Schultz

PERFORMANCES; April 11 - 26, 2014.
Wed - Sat at 8:00 pm; Sun at 2:00 pm.
Talbkack follows matinee on April 20.

TICKETS: 2-for1 Wed; $20 Thu/Fri/Sat; PWYC Sun.

PURCHASE online, or RESERVE & pay cash at Box Office. 416-364-4170 box 1 / reservations@alumnaetheatre. com

Producer: Alumnae Theatre Company
Running time: approx 2 hrs + intermission
Box office number: 416-364-4170 xym 1
Wheelchair accessible
Posted by Alumnae Theatre Company on Monday, 14 Apr 2014 in Drama

Now Showing!

Preview: Wednesday, 09 Apr 2014

Thursday, 10 Apr 2014 ~ Saturday, 19 Apr 2014
Evenings: 8pm (Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
Sterling Studio Theatre 163 Sterling rd, unit 5
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Burn This is a heartfelt drama set in a Manhattan industrial loft shared by Anna, a dancer-choreographer, and her two gay roommates—her collaborator, Robby, who has just been killed in a freak boating accident, and Larry. Robby's older brother, Pale, bursts on the scene to collect his brother's belongings—but stays on to transform the lives of everyone he meets.

Directed by Sophie Ann Rooney

Ashleigh Rains as Anna
Kyle Labine as Pale
Jason Stroud as Larry
Jake Michaels as Burton 


Wednesday April 9th at 8.00pm (Preview)
Thursday April 10th at 8.00pm (Opening)
Friday April 11th at 8.00pm
Saturday April 12th 8.00pm
Sunday April 13th at 8.00pm

Tuesday April 15th at 8.00pm
Wednesday April 16th 8.00pm
Thursday April 17th at 8.00pm
Friday April 18th at 8.00pm
Saturday April 19th at 8.00pm (Closing)

Tickets: $20
Preview: $15

Artwork by Alana Pancyr
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Sterling Studio Theatre Collective are proud TAPA members

Producer: Sterling Studio Theatre
Running time: 140min
Box office number: 6479751645
Wheelchair accessible
Posted by Sterling Studio Theatre on Friday, 24 Jan 2014 in Drama

Now Showing!

Monday, 07 Apr 2014 ~ Sunday, 04 May 2014
Matinées: 1:30pm (Wed) 2:00pm (Sat & Sun) (Sunday, Wednesday, Saturday)
Evenings: 8:00pm (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
Berkeley Street Theatre - Downstairs 26 Berkeley Street, Toronto ON M5A 2W3
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Americans Zack and Abby appear to have it all: an apartment in a promising neighbourhood in Paris, an affectionate marriage, and Zack’s admirable mission to eradicate pediatric AIDS through his work with Doctors Without Borders. But when Abby finds Zack at home one day when he’s supposed to be at work, the revelations that follow rock their seemingly idyllic life.
Producer: The Company Theatre
Running time: 90 minutes
Box office number: 416-368-3110
Wheelchair accessible hipTIX tickets available Discount tickets available Toronto Premiere
Posted by The Company Theatre on Monday, 17 Mar 2014 in Drama