Openings & Closings – Week of March 20

OPENINGS

These are the shows that are opening in Toronto the week of March 20, 2017.

TUESDAY, MARCH 21


FIVE FACES FOR EVELYN FROST (FRENCH w/ENGLISH SUBTITLES), Canadian Stage/Théâtre français de Toronto

Five friends vie to increase their online status by revealing their innermost secrets on the internet—but at what cost?

At the Berkeley Street Downstairs Theatre, closes March 25

STUPIDHEAD!, Theatre Passe Muraille

A comedy musical about having dyslexia, and about how being a human is really embarrassing… like all of the time.

At Theatre Passe Muraille, closes April 2

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22


INFINITY, Tarragon Theatre

How does a new Theory of Time change everything we know about ourselves? A musician, a mathematician, and a theoretical physicist together learn that love and time are connected in ways they couldn’t have imagined.

At Tarragon Theatre, closes April 2

THURSDAY, MARCH 23


CRAWLSPACE, Soulpepper

A perfect little coach house turns into a real life nightmare in this comic, Kafkaesque tale about the darker side of home ownership, inspired by true events.

At the Young Centre for the Performing Arts, closes April 15

SLIP, Circlesnake Productions

A woman found dead on the floor of an abandoned apartment. Debris strewn everywhere, and a symbol carved onto her arm. Two detectives try to uncover the story of her death, but the further they dig the more labyrinthine it becomes.

At Tarragon Workspace, closes April 2

SATURDAY, MARCH 25


BUTCHER, Theatre Why Not/Mirvish

A mysterious old man is dropped off at a police station, wearing a foreign military uniform, and a Santa hat, with a meat hook dangling around his neck. As a lawyer, police officer, and translator struggle to unravel the truth, they uncover a past that won’t stay buried.

At the Panasonic Theatre, closes April 9

CLOSINGS

These are the shows that are closing in Toronto the week of March 20, 2017.

SATURDAY, MARCH 25


CAGE, Soulpepper

A stage, any stage, even the one within our mind, is a cage… that defines, limits, and reveals. Inspired by apes, Zen Buddhism, and the ideas of avant-garde composer John Cage, this is an experiential meditation on time, space, memory, and the human animal.

At the Young Centre for the Performing Arts

FIVE FACES FOR EVELYN FROST (FRENCH w/ENGLISH SUBTITLES), Canadian Stage/Théâtre français de Toronto

Five friends vie to increase their online status by revealing their innermost secrets on the internet—but at what cost?

At the Berkeley Street Downstairs Theatre

TRIGONOMETRY, timeshare productions

Gabriella wants action. Jackson wants a scholarship. Susan wants a family. Three disparate people find themselves bound together by desire, destiny, and a few scandalous photos.

At Factory Theatre Studio

SUNDAY, MARCH 26

THREE SISTERS, Wolf Manor Theatre Collective

A re-imagining of the classic—a sweeping exploration of vanquished desire, family, death—in a gender-fluid dreamscape.

At Kensington Hall

STUPID FUCKING BIRD, The Bird Collective

An irreverent update, a completely fresh and inspired version of Chekhov’s masterpiece The Seagull, looking at unrequited love and emotional misery in a entirely hilarious new way.

At Pop-up Toronto Theatre (270 King Street West)

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