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September 2017 - This Month

 

North by Northwest Every twist, every thrill, every hairbreadth escape from Alfred Hitchcock's supreme comedy of suspense is retained for this stunning new stage adaptation. A North American premiere. See Previews.

 




Volta Cirque du Soleil's newest production tells a spellbinding story about the freedom to choose and the thrill of blazing your own trail.
See Previews.





The Aliens. A cruel and compassionate examination of a lost generation in modern-day America, Coal Mine Theatre launches its season with the Canadian premiere of Annie Baker's searing drama.
See Previews


Photo-top: from the Fringe show Office Hours. Banner Photo Credits: L to R: Welcome Clown: The Green Bird from Cirque du Soleil's La Nouba; Neil Barclay as Vanya in The Shaw Festival's Uncle Vanya. Photo by David Cooper; Araya Mengesha in the Stratford Festival's Breath of King: Redemption. Photo by Don Dixon; Jamie Cavanagh in Videocab's production of The Great War. Photo by Michael Cooper

Toronto Theatre Openings: Sept. 18 to 25. The Aliens at the Coal Mine Theatre; Gray at the Commons; Hedwig and the Angry Inch at Hart House Theatre; Life After at the Berkeley St. Theatre; Newsgirls at the Newsgirls Boxing Club; North by Northwest at the Royal Alexandra Theatre; Operetts at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts; The Seat Next to the King at the Theatre Centre; Title and Deed at the Tarragon Theatre Workspace; Picture This at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts; Volta at the Grande Chapiteau, Toronto Portlands; Waiting for Godot at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts.

Toronto Theatre Reviews: Permanence at the Tarragon Theatre; Twelfth Night at Shakespeare in High Park; Beautiful at the Ed Mirvish Theatre; Odysseo at the Mississauga Big White Top. See Reviews.

Ottawa Theatre Reviews: Onegin
at the National Art Centre.
See Reviews

Ganonoque, ON Theatre Reviews:
Only Drunks and Children Tell the Truth at the Thousands Islands Playhouse


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