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THEATRE PASSE MURAILLE

2017/ 2018 Season

Kiinalik: These Sharp Tools

Cake

The Tale of a Town - Canada

Acha Bacha

The Drawer Boy

Take d Milk, Nah?

2017/2018 Season Subscription

THEATRE PASSE MURAILLE: After Hours

Songbook Series Whitney + Britney


Donate to Theatre Passe Muraille

The Dollar-A-Week Campaign


RENTALS

Ten Cities: The Past Is Present

LET'S GO! A G_dot Prequel

Grab 'Em By The Pussy

Theatre Gargantua: REFLECTOR


OFFSITE EVENTS

Sounds of a Nation- A musical portrait of Canada at 150


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All pricing and ticket sales information
is available on the Buddies in Bad Times website

For more information on our 2017/18 Season shows take a look at our website or give our box office a call at: 416-504-7529.

Oct 21- Nov 5, 2017

Co-Produced by Buddies in Bad Times Theatre and Theatre Passe Muraille.

Created by: Evalyn Parry and Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory
Directed by: Erin Brubacker

A concert and a conversation, Kiinalik: These Sharp Tools is the meeting place of two people, and the North and South of our country. Inuk artist Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory and queer theatre-maker Evalyn Parry met on an Arctic expedition from Iqaluit to Greenland. Now sharing a stage, these two powerful storytellers map new territory together in a work that gives voice and body to the histories, culture, and climate we've inherited, and asks how we reckon with these sharp tools.

Tickets are available through this website until 4 hours prior to performance when they will be made available solely at the Theatre Passe Muraille Box Office. To find out more information, please call

ARTS BOX OFFICE at 416.504.7529.

All tickets will be held at Theatre Passe Muraille, 16 Ryerson Ave for pickup.



Tickets: www.buddiesinbadtimes.com



Pricing:
including hst

Adult- $33.00
Senior- $28.00
Artsworkers- $25.00
Under 30- $17.00
Previews- $22.50
Weekend Matinee's- $22.50 in advance OR pay-what-you-can at the door

Patron Warnings: Some Strong Language, reccomended for 13+
Running Time: approx. 80 minutes with no intermission
Shows Run: Tuesday-Saturday at 7:30pm, Saturday & Sunday matinee's at 2pm

For more information on our 2017/18 Season shows take a look at our website or give our box office a call at: 416-504-7529.

Nov 17- Dec 2, 2017

Produced by New Harlem Productions with the support of Theatre Passe Muraille.

Written by: Donna-Michelle St. Bernard
Directed by: Claire Preuss

"A man earns. However little, however nefariously, he earns." Oba is holding on to the last threads of his old life and is determined to maintain what he can by any means necessary. Cake is a story about the things we use, how we are used, and what happens when we are all used up. Written by Governor General's Award nominee DM St. Bernard the play is a stark and poetic musing on the nature of survival. Cake is a part of the 54ology: St Bernards commitment to create one performance work drawn from each country in Africa. The show is written in reference to Nigers uranium mining.

Tickets are available through this website until 4 hours prior to performance when they will be made available solely at the Theatre Passe Muraille Box Office. To find out more information, please call

ARTS BOX OFFICE at 416.504.7529.

All tickets will be held at Theatre Passe Muraille, 16 Ryerson Ave for pickup.



General Admission
Seniors
Arts Workers
Students
Preview
Matinee



Pricing:
(including hst)


Adult- $38.00
Senior- $33.00
Artsworkers- $25.00
Under 30- $17.00
Previews- $22.50
Weekend Matinee's- $22.50 in advance OR pay-what-you-can at the door

Running Time: approx. 90 minutes with no intermission
Shows Run:Tuesday-Saturday at 7:30pm, Saturday & Sunday matinee's at 2pm

For more information on our 2017/18 Season shows take a look at our website or give our box office a call at: 416-504-7529.

Dec 13-17, 2017

Produced by FIXT POINT with the support of Theatre Passe Muraille

Created, Directed, and Performed by: Lisa Marie DiLiberto and Charles Ketchabaw

Follow the storymobile (a.k.a. recording studio on wheels) on its journey to every province and territory in Canada gathering the almost lost tales of our beloved main streets. Created by Charles Ketchabaw and Lisa Marie DiLiberto, The Tale of a Town - Canada features some of the thousands of voices recorded on their three year trek across the country. This multimedia performance is presented alongside personal anecdotes from this epic family adventure peppered with humour, nostalgia and moments of madness. The Tale of a Town - Canada has been developed in collaboration with artists from across the country. This show features the Jumblies Ground Floor Choir, a live band, and surprise appearances from notables in the community.

Tickets are available through this website until 4 hours prior to performance when they will be made available solely at the Theatre Passe Muraille Box Office. To find out more information, please call

ARTS BOX OFFICE at 416.504.7529.

All tickets will be held at Theatre Passe Muraille, 16 Ryerson Ave for pickup.



General Admission
Seniors
Arts Workers
Students
Preview
Matinee



Pricing:
(including hst)


Adult- $38.00
Senior- $33.00
Artsworkers- $25.00
Under 30- $17.00
Previews- $22.50
Weekend Matinee's- $22.50 in advance OR pay-what-you-can at the door

Running Time: approx. 90 minutes with no intermission
Shows Run:Tuesday-Saturday at 7:30pm, Saturday & Sunday matinee's at 2pm

For more information on our 2017/18 Season shows take a look at our website or give our box office a call at: 416-504-7529.

Jan 30- Feb 18, 2018

Co-Produced by Theatre Passe Muraille and Buddies in Bad Times Theatre.

Written by: Bilal Baig
Directed by: Brendan Healy

For years Zaya has balanced his relationships with his religion and his queer identity. But as secrets from the past reveal themselves, and crisis strikes his family, he is torn between loyalties, culture, and time. Written by Bilal Baig, and directed by Brendan Healy, Acha Bacha boldly explores the intersections between queerness, gender identity and Islamic culture in the Pakistani diaspora. It is a show about the way we love, the way we are loved, and how sometimes love is not enough.

Tickets are available through this website until 4 hours prior to performance when they will be made available solely at the Theatre Passe Muraille Box Office. To find out more information, please call

ARTS BOX OFFICE at 416.504.7529.

All tickets will be held at Theatre Passe Muraille, 16 Ryerson Ave for pickup.



General Admission
Seniors
Arts Workers
Students
Preview
Matinee

Pricing:
(including hst)


Adult- $38.00
Senior- $33.00
Artsworkers- $25.00
Under 30- $17.00
Previews- $22.50
Weekend Matinee's- $22.50 in advance OR pay-what-you-can at the door

Running Time: approx. 90 minutes with no intermission
Shows Run:Tuesday-Saturday at 7:30pm, Saturday & Sunday matinee's at 2pm

For more information on our 2017/18 Season shows take a look at our website or give our box office a call at: 416-504-7529.

Feb 28- Mar 25, 2018

Produced by Theatre Passe Muraille.

Written by: Michael Healey
Directed by: Nina Lee Aquino

Miles, an aspiring actor from Toronto, has relocated to rural Ontario. The actors theatre company is there to research country life with the hopes of developing a play. During an extended visit with two farmers Miles discovers the challenges of manual labor and inadvertently stumbles upon a secret that has been held for decades. Taking on Michael Healeys iconic script is director Nina Lee Aquino. The Drawer Boy is a show about the stories we tell ourselves and how they shape the world around us.

Tickets are available through this website until 4 hours prior to performance when they will be made available solely at the Theatre Passe Muraille Box Office. To find out more information, please call

ARTS BOX OFFICE at 416.504.7529.

All tickets will be held at Theatre Passe Muraille, 16 Ryerson Ave for pickup.



General Admission
Seniors
Arts Workers
Students
Preview
Matinee



Pricing:
including hst

General Admission- $20.00
Running Time: approx. 80 minutes with no intermission
Shows Run: Tuesday-Saturday at 7:30pm, Saturday & Sunday matinee's at 2pm

For more information on our 2017/18 Season shows take a look at our website or give our box office a call at: 416-504-7529.

Apr 10-22, 2018

A Pandemic Theatre and b current performing arts Co-Production with the support of Theatre Passe Muraille.

Written & Performed by: Jivesh Parasram
Directed by: Tom Arthur Davis
Dramaturgy by: Graham Isador

"This is the story of how I once birthed a cow...kinda..." Jivesh is Canadian. And Indian. And Hindu. And West Indian. Trinidadian too. Or maybe hes just colonized. In Take d Milk, Nah? Parasram blends personal storytelling and ritual to walk an audience through the Hin-dos and Hin-donts at the intersections of these cultures. The show is a refreshingly candid and delightfully funny look at race, religion and nationalism(s): What divides us and what were willing to accept in the desire to belong. Oh, and there's a cow.

Tickets are available through this website until 4 hours prior to performance when they will be made available solely at the Theatre Passe Muraille Box Office. To find out more information, please call

ARTS BOX OFFICE at 416.504.7529.

All tickets will be held at Theatre Passe Muraille, 16 Ryerson Ave for pickup.



General Admission


For more information on our 2017/18
Season shows take a look at our
website or give our box office a
call at: 416-504-7529.

Join us for our 2017/2018 Season

Kiinalik: These Sharp Tools
*(at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre)

Cake

The Tale of a Town - Canada

Acha Bacha

The Drawer Boy

Take d Milk, Nah?

Tickets are available through this website until 4 hours prior to performance when they will be made available solely at the Theatre Passe Muraille Box Office. To find out more information, please call

ARTS BOX OFFICE at 416.504.7529.

All tickets will be held at Theatre Passe Muraille, 16 Ryerson Ave for pickup.



6 Play Punch Passe
Seniors/Arts Workers 6 Play Punch Passe
17/18 Season Subscription



Pricing:
(including hst)


General Admission- $10.00




For more information on our 2017/18 Season shows take a look at our website or give our box office a call at: 416-504-7529.

Theatre Passe Muraille After Hours

Fri. Oct. 13, 2017

Come and spend your next Friday the 13th celebrating two legends of pop, crossing the 90s and 00s. Come if you wanna dance with somebody until you feel toxic and you're not a girl, not yet a woman.

At the Songbook Series, we celebrate the work of an artist, group, era or style that had a significant impact on our musical history. Hosted by the Family Band, we invite a variety of musicians from all disciplines to re-imagine that music in their own way. Its a night to hear your favourite tunes like youve never heard them before.

For more information, or to perform in the event (we'd love to have you!), simply email: familybandjamboree@gmail.com

Tickets are available through this website until 4 hours prior to performance when they will be made available solely at the Theatre Passe Muraille Box Office. To find out more information, please call

ARTS BOX OFFICE at 416.504.7529.

All tickets will be held at Theatre Passe Muraille, 16 Ryerson Ave for pickup.



General Admission Songbook Series 10/13/2017 10:30pm



2018 is Theatre Passe Murailles 50th Anniversary and there is much to celebrate. Preparing for this big occasion we are launching the Dollar A Week Campaign.

We want to raise $100,000 before 2018. This ambition is inspired by TPMs 50th Anniversary coming up in 2018. Asking the equivalent of A Dollar A Week ($52 per year) from you to recognize our 50 years of developing new work seems like a perfect fit.

Learn about more ways to support TPM, please email Lada Darewych at ladad (at) passemuraille.on.ca or call 416-504-8988 x2133



$100 Donation
$52 Donation (A Dollar-A-Week)
$25 Donation
$10 Donation
DOLLAR- A- WEEK


Ten Cities: The Past Is Present
Friday September 22, 2017



Ten Cities: The Past Is Present

Ghosts from the past accompany us during our present experience. "Ten Cities: The Past Is Present" attempts to evoke considerations of how our current experience and our memories of the past are constantly influencing each other. And, of course, all of our personal experiences take place in the context of our immediate surroundings, the city we are in, and the transformational world events that occur while we are there.

"Ten Cities" is an invitation for the past to engage in dialogue with the present. Wayne Johnston is visiting ten sites in each of ten cities that have had a formative impact on his life. The encounters are captured through writing that might be described as prose poetry, creative nonfiction or postcard stories. The text is supplemented with a drawing in each site. The performance at Theatre Passe Muraille's Backspace will be the second of ten performances in each of the ten cities. The first performance was at Dixon Place in Manhattan on June 8 and the third performance will take place October 22 at the Goethe Institute in Accra, Ghana.

Free Event

Length: 45 minutes



To find out more information, please call

ARTS BOX OFFICE at 416.504.7529.



Sept 22, 2017 7:30pm



Pricing:

General Admission: $25.00
Student/Arts Worker: $15.00


Length: 65 minutes with no intermission




LET'S GO! A G_dot Prequel

Set forty years before the events of Becketts seminal play and inspired by this significant work, LETS GO! follows the journey of Gogo and Didi: two aspiring and struggling Vaudeville performers in 1913. They receive a call to action from an unknown source, leading them to question the world as young people figuring out their path, and changing the course of their lives forever.

The cast features such seasoned, indie, and emerging artists as Brian Haight (7 Stories, Hart House Theatre), Tony Ofori (The Model Apartment, Harold Green Jewish Theatre), and Heather Marie Annis from the Dora and Canadian Comedy Award-winning clown duo Morro and Jasp (Morro and Jasp in Stupefaction; Bright Lights, Theatre Brouhaha). They are led by the creative team of two-time Dora-nominated Director Mark Cassidy (Threshold Theatre, Puppetmongers, Young Peoples Theatre), Chalmers Award-winning and Dora-nominated playwright Robert Fothergill (Detaining Mr. Trotsky, Canadian Stage; Public Lies, Tarragon; The Dershowitz Protocol, Summerworks/Theater Bonn; Borderline, Summerworks and CBC Radio), Dora-nominated Lighting Designer Elizabeth Asselstine (Stratford, Shaw, Canadian Opera Company, Canadian Stage), up-and-coming Stage Designer Chelsea Driver (Theatre @ York, Banff Centre), Stage Manager Ana-Marija Stojic (Buddies in Bad Times, Mammalian Diving Reflex), and Producer Sarah Thorpe (Soup Can Theatre; Behold, the Barfly!, Spoon Vs. Hammer).

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#LetsGo


Tickets are available through this website until 4 hours prior to performance. Tickets may be available at the Theatre Passe Muraille Box Office 4 Hours prior to performance. To find out more information, please call ARTS BOX OFFICE at 416.504.7529.

All tickets will be held at Theatre Passe Muraille, 16 Ryerson Ave for pickup.



General Admission
Student/Arts Worker



Pricing:

Starving Artist (matinee shows only): $15.00
Daily Grind: $20.00
Doing Well: $25.00
Feeling Generous: $30.00
Doing Well & Feeling Generous: $40.00
Patron Saint of the Arts: $50.00
God's Gift to Theatre: $75.00


Length: 120 minutes with an intermission




Grab 'Em By The Pussy
Or How To Stop Worrying & Love The Bomb


October 26- November 5, 2017

Written & Directed by Rouvan Silogix.
Produced by Theatre ARTaud & Filament Incubator


A Surrealist Vaudeville Farce. Drawing from Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Nietzsche, the piece revolves around examining the rising Populism / Fascism in the world, and trying to make sense of Brexit / Donald Trumpian figures and beliefs; all told with the pomp and bang of circus feats and political comedy. The show touches on similar historical fascist movements and asks its audience to reconsider the 'WHYS' in the current global political landscape. Do such movements start "out there", or do they start "right here, with you and me"? The show questions whether the return-to-mainstream of the KKK & Neo-Nazis is merely a freak occurrence, or whether we really should be worrying about the Bomb.

The show features gymnasts, acrobats, violinists, trumpeters, clowns, opera-singers, jugglers, contortionists, and maybe some Ducks. The piece also features the work of Boston-born, So Paulo-based Jazz singer - Haley Petlz, in the creation of the female myth, "Ulysha".

"This play is gonna be huge. It's gonna be big. It'll be the biggest play. Not like the other fake plays"
#MakeTheatreGreatAgain

CAST: Alix Parra, Amaka Umeh, Bobby Del Rio, Ivana Popovic, Jerry Schaefer, Julija Krisciunas, Kayla Farris, Laura Darby, Victoria Urquhart, Zoe Katz.
STAGE MANAGED by Kristin Freeland
PRODUCTION TEAM: Ahad Abraxas and Andrew Markowiak

Learn more about our talented crew and the show here:
Cast of Grab 'Em By The Pussy

Tickets are available through this website until 4 hours prior to performance. Tickets may be available at the Theatre Passe Muraille Box Office 4 Hours prior to performance. To find out more information, please call ARTS BOX OFFICE at 416.504.7529.

All tickets will be held at Theatre Passe Muraille, 16 Ryerson Ave for pickup.



Starving Artist
Daily Grind
Doing Well
Feeling Generous
Doing Well & Feeling Generous
Patron Saint of the Arts
God's Gift to Theatre



Pricing:

Preview: $20.00
General Admission: Wed. & Thurs. $24.00 | Fri. & Sat. $28.00
Students/Seniors/Artsworkers: Wed. & Thurs. $20.00 | Fri. & Sat. $25.00


Length: 75 minutes with no intermission




REFLECTOR

Sometimes an image can change the world.

A photographer captures a critical moment, never expecting the personal and global impact it generates. Four people, one iconic image, a billion shares.

Reflector is about tricks of the eye and the mind and how images and information can be framed and manipulated. It is about the shared image and what makes certain ones stand out in a world of 2.5 billion cameras.

Part of Theatre Gargantua's 25th Anniversary Season.

Conceived and Directed by JACQUIE PA THOMAS
Written by MICHAEL SPENCE
Featuring ABRAHAM ASTO, MICHELLE POLAK, MICHAEL SPENCE and LOUISA ZHU
Projections and Lighting by LAIRD MACDONALD
Sound design by THOMAS RYDER PAYNE
Costumes by MELANIE MCNEILL
Set by MICHAEL SPENCE and LAIRD MACDONALD

Student Matinees available via Theatre Gargantua
Details HERE.

Tickets are available through this website until 4 hours prior to performance. Tickets may be available at the Theatre Passe Muraille Box Office 4 Hours prior to performance. To find out more information, please call ARTS BOX OFFICE at 416.504.7529.

All tickets will be held at Theatre Passe Muraille, 16 Ryerson Ave for pickup.



General Admission
Seniors
Arts Workers
Students


The Band of The Royal Regiment of Canada Association presents:
Sounds of a Nation- A musical portrait of Canada at 150
October 29, 2017



Sounds of a Nation: A musical portrait of Canada at 150

Offsite performance
Location: Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W, Toronto M5V 3G7

After our very successful appearance at Glenn Gould Studio last year, the Band of The Royal Regiment of Canada Association and friends are back with our new take on a Toronto tradition: the autumn military band concert. This year's concert of band music and singing will take the audience through the sounds of Canada as the nation celebrates its 150th.

And this would the band to do it: on July 1, 1867 it played a concert in Toronto to celebrate Confederation.

The Band will be joined again this year at Glenn Gould Studio by audience favorites, vocalist Danielle Bourre and Pipers and Drummers of the 48th Highlanders of Canada.

Pricing:

General Admission: $40 (plus $2.50 service fee for online & phone sales)

Length: 2.5 hours with a 15 minute intermission



Tickets are available through this website until 24 hours prior to performance. Tickets may be available at the Door prior to performance at the Glenn Gould Studio. To find out more information, please call

ARTS BOX OFFICE at 416.504.7529.

All tickets will be held at the Box Office for pickup.



General Admission Sound of a Nation 10/29/2017 02:00pm


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