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2013

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A MESSAGE FROM THE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR Dear Friends,

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t’s hard to believe that we will be embarking upon our 16th season in just a few short months! Thanks to you, our loyal subscribers, Soulpepper has flourished, grown, and become vital to the fabric of this great city and we have another exciting year ahead. So, thank you for being a subscriber and for being part of this remarkable family – your continued support allows us to create the best in theatre with the commitment to excellence that you expect from Soulpepper.

Today I share with you an exclusive first look at Soulpepper’s 2013 season. We have assembled fifteen great plays and are offering you a special opportunity to renew early and reserve the very best seats in the house and, for the second year in a row, we have kept our prices at the same level. Order now before tickets go on sale to the general public. We look forward to sharing these wonderful stories with you. Yours, A l be r t S c h u l t z , Artistic Director

so u l peppe r f o u nd in g membe r s Martha Burns Susan Coyne Ted Dykstra Michael Hanrahan

Stuart Hughes Diana Leblanc Diego Matamoros Nancy Palk

Albert Schultz Robyn Stevan William Webster Joseph Ziegler

E x e c u t i v e D ir e c t o r Leslie Lester

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Oliver Dennis, Michael Hanrahan + Albert Schultz in rehearsal for Home (2012)

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SOULPEPPER’S 2013 SEASON February–march

Rosencrantz Tom Stoppard & Guildenstern ARE DEAD }{

Two men sit and wait, summoned to the Danish court for a special assignment: discover what is wrong with Hamlet. Stoppard’s comic masterpiece follows these two as they negotiate their way around Elsinore and beyond, only to realise what little control they have over their fate. •

May–June

Kim’s Convenience

Sam Shepard

}{ Austin, a screenwriter, and Lee, a petty criminal, are recently reconciled brothers with little in common. Confined together in a suburban home, Austin prepares for a lucrative meeting with a Hollywood producer, a connection which prompts keen interest from Lee. Shepard’s searing black comedy takes apart the resentment of sibling estrangement to reveal that perceived differences are perhaps not all they seem. •

July–August

Entertaining Mr. Sloane

Arthur Schnitzler }{

First published privately at the turn of the last century, due to its frank sexual content, Schnitzler’s La Ronde was sensationally banned for obscenity, securing the play a place in dramatic immortality. Taking a circuitous route through ten interconnected sexual liaisons, La Ronde questions the nature of human contact, love, and fidelity. •

The Barber of Seville

A free-wheeling adaptation of }{ The Barber of Seville by Michael O’Brien and John Millard, based on the play by Beaumarchais and the opera by Rossini. This all-new update of Theatre Columbus’s sensational 1996 musical caper follows the beloved story of the young Count Almaviva and his pursuit of the untouchable Rosina with the help of the irrepressible Figaro, Barber of Seville. • {4 

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July–August

Great Expectations

Charles Dickens Adapted by Michael Shamata }{

One of English literature’s greatest coming-of-age stories, Great Expectations follows the orphaned but resourceful Pip, who grows from a blacksmith’s apprentice into a London gentleman, always attempting to live up to the expectations of the beautiful but scornful Estella, the haunted, spurned Miss Havisham, and his mysterious, shadowy benefactor. •

May–June

By Michael O'Brien, adapted from Beaumarchais Music by John Millard, adapted from Rossini

Joe Orton

A shocking, savage comedy from Joe Orton (Loot, Soulpepper 2009, What the Butler Saw, Soulpepper 2010), Entertaining Mr. Sloane pits Sloane, a brooding, dangerous lodger against his hosts. As Sloane prowls the house, his charm works on everyone but it cannot help him shake his dark past and shadowy impulses. •

March–May

La Ronde

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Soulpepper Academy alumnus Ins Choi’s hilarious and touching debut play set in a Regent Park Korean convenience store was the smash hit of Soulpepper’s 2012 season. The journey of a fractured but loving family confronting the future and forgiving the past is a Toronto classic in the making. •

March–May

True West

Ins Choi

October–November

Farther West

John Murrell }{

“You better move on, girl, better start moving, farther west!” With her father’s advice ringing in her ears, prostitute May Buchanan moves steadily west across gold-rush era Canada, pursued by two men obsessed with possessing her again. John Murrell (Waiting for the Parade, Soulpepper 2010) tells a sweeping tale of romance, independence, and fate, inspired by a true story. •


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Parfumerie

MiklÓs LÁszlÓ Adapted by Adam Pettle & Brenda Robins

By great demand, the awardwinning, heart-warming }{ holiday hit returns! In this uproarious comedy for the whole family – that forms the basis for both The Shop Around the Corner and You’ve Got Mail – two shop clerks kindle a tender love affair through anonymous letters while they unwittingly squabble with one another in person. •

Alligator Pie

Dennis Lee created by

Ins Choi, Alligator Pie, an original Raquel Duffy, Soulpepper production, Ken MacKenzie, Gregory Prest brings the celebrated & Mike Ross children’s poems of Canada’s Father Goose, Dennis Lee, to }{ vibrant theatrical life. Soulpepper’s creationensemble fills the stage with music, invention and Lee’s delicious imagination. •

spe c i a l non - s u bs c r i p t i on p r o d u c t i on September–november

Introducing Multi-Play Experiences Angels in America Parts I & II are best seen chronologically.

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Table Manners

“Marathon”   performances are available for both productions. See the calendar for dates and times.

As seen from the dining room, a secretive dirty weekend away for the affable librarian Norman turns into a series of misunderstandings, trysts, and hilarious revelations when his wife unexpectedly arrives, asking questions. A comic feast where chairs and food are scarce, but laughs are served aplenty. •

July–September

September–November

The Norman Conquests are conceived to be enjoyed individually or in any combination.

PART  I

ANGELS in AMERICA

Tony Kushner }{

MILLENNIUM APPROACHES

Encompassing the lives of seven individuals as they negotiate New York City during the AIDS crisis that wracked the world in the 1980s, Kushner looks to a deeply human series of reactions to a seemingly indiscriminate epidemic, and offers spiritual outlet for the redemption and reclamation of their souls. •

PART  II

ANGELS in AMERICA Perestroika

The Norman Conquests

The Norman Conquests

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In this stunning finale Kushner brings an otherworldly, angelic presence to protagonist Prior Walter as he and his fellow sufferers negotiate how their lives will either progress or end. Palliative confessions, realisations, and declarations of faith give way to hope for the future and a lesson in humanity. •

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Living Together

Shifting the action to the living room, infidelity, changing stories, and confusion mean no one is relaxing with their feet up! As the fallout from Norman’s opportunism spreads to everyone in the house, the living room sparks with life, controversy, and love, all wrapped up in a bearskin rug. •

July–September

Tony Kushner

Alan Ayckbourn

September–november

The Norman Conquests

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Round and Round the Garden

Hilarity makes its way outside! As the chaos associated with Norman’s philandering rages inside the house, the garden provides a less than ideal place for reflection and calm. In this brilliant third instalment, Norman gormlessly contemplates the moon, the stars, and his pyjamas, hoping for a joyous roll in the grass! •  5}


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10

11 R&G (7:30) G 18 R&G (7:30)  25 R&G (7:30) 

12 R&G (7:30) G 19 R&G (7:30) ¸ 26 R&G (7:30) 

13 R&G (7:30) < 20 R&G (1:30 G /7:30) 27 R&G (1:30 G /7:30) 

7 R&G (7:30) G 14 R&G (7:30)  21 R&G (7:30)  28 R&G (7:30) 

8 R&G (7:30) G 15 R&G (7:30)  22 R&G (7:30) 

9 R&G (7:30) G 16 R&G (1:30 /7:30)  23 R&G (1:30) ¸ 

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TUESDAY

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THURSDAY

3

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24

25 True (7:30) G

26 Ronde (7:30) G

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TUESDAY

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F E B RU A R Y

March

3

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1

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5

2

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1 R&G (7:30)  8

2 R&G (1:30/7:30)  9

14

15

16

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22

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27 True (7:30) G

28 Ronde (7:30) G

29 True (7:30) G

30 Ronde (1:30/7:30) G

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sunday

A P RIL

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1 True (7:30) G

2 Ronde (7:30) G

3 True (7:30) <

4 Ronde (7:30) <

5 True (7:30) 

7

8 Ronde (7:30)

9 True (7:30) ¸

11 Ronde (7:30)

12 True (7:30)

14

15 True (7:30)

16 Ronde (7:30) ¸

18 True (7:30)

19 Ronde (7:30) 

21

22 Ronde (7:30) 

23 True (7:30)

10 Ronde (1:30) G  True (7:30) 17 True (1:30) G Ronde (7:30)  24 Ronde (1:30) G True (7:30)

25 Ronde (7:30) 

26 True (7:30)

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29 True (7:30)

30 Ronde (7:30) 

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sloane Entertaining Mr. Sloane great Great Expectations angel 1  Angels in America part 1 angel 2 Angels in America part 2 table  Table Manners

SATURDAY

6 True (1:30)  Ronde (7:30) 13 Ronde (1:30) ¸  True (7:30) 20 True (1:30) ¸ Ronde (7:30)  27 Ronde (1:30) True (7:30)

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2013 performance calendar

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sunday

MONDAY

TUESDAY

5

6

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12

13 barb (8:00) G 20 barb (8:00) 

14 barb (8:00) G 21 barb (8:00) ¸

26

27 Kim’s (7:30)  barb (8:00) 

28 Kim’s (7:30)  barb (8:00) 

9 barb (8:00) G 15 16 barb (8:00) < barb (8:00)  22 23 barb (2:00 G /8:00) Kim’s (7:30) G barb (8:00) 29 30 Kim’s (1:30 G /7:30)  Kim’s (7:30)  barb (2:00 G /8:00)  barb (8:00) 

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3 Kim’s (7:30) barb (8:00)  10 Kim’s (7:30) 17 Kim’s (7:30) 24

4 Kim’s (7:30) ¸ barb (8:00)  11 Kim’s (7:30) 18 Kim’s (7:30) 25

5 Kim’s (1:30 G /7:30) barb (8:00)  12 Kim’s (1:30 G /7:30) 19 Kim’s (1:30 G /7:30) 26

6 Kim’s (7:30) barb (8:00)  13 Kim’s (7:30) 20

7 Kim’s (7:30) barb (8:00)  14 Kim’s (7:30) 21

1 Kim’s (1:30 /7:30) barb (2:00/8:00)  8 Kim’s (1:30 ¸ /7:30) barb (2:00/8:00)   15 Kim’s (1:30/7:30) 22

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1 True (1:30) G Ronde (7:30)  8

J U NE

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2 True (7:30)

FRIDAY

3 Ronde (7:30)  10 barb (8:00) G 17 barb (8:00)  24 Kim’s (7:30) < barb (8:00) 31 Kim’s (7:30)  barb (8:00) 

SATURDAY

4 True (1:30) Ronde (7:30)  11 barb (8:00) G 18 barb (2:00/8:00)  25 Kim’s (1:30 /7:30) barb (2:00 ¸ /8:00)

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8 sloane (8:00) G 15 sloane (8:00) G

9 great (8:00) G 16 great (8:00) <

10 sloane (8:00) G 17 sloane (8:00) <

11 great (8:00) G 18 great (8:00)

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22 Angel 1 (7:30) G great (8:00)

23 angel 2 (7:30) G sloane (8:00) ¸

25 angel 2 (7:30) G great (8:00)

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29 Angel 1 (7:30) G sloane (8:00) 

30 angel 2 (7:30) G great (8:00) ¸

24 great (2:00) G Angel 1 (7:30) G sloane (8:00)  31 sloane (2:00) G Angel 1 (7:30) < great (8:00) 

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FRIDAY

5 sloane (8:00) G 12 sloane (8:00) G 19 Angel 1 (7:30) G sloane (8:00)  26 Angel 1 (7:30) G sloane (8:00) 

SATURDAY

6 great (8:00) G 13 great (2:00/8:00) G 20 great (2:00)  angel 2 (7:30) G sloane (8:00)  27 great (2:00) ¸ angel 2 (7:30) G sloane (8:00) 

Subscribers may exchange their 2013 tickets beginning November 27, 2012. To order extra tickets  w ith your subscription discount, please call the box office at 416 866 8666. r&g Rosencrantz & Guildenstern true  True West ronde  La Ronde barb  The Barber of Seville kim’s  Kim’s Convenience

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living Living Together garden Round and Round the Garden Far Farther West Parf Parfumerie pie  Alligator Pie


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sunday

MONDAY

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5 angel 2 (7:30) great (8:00) 

6 angel 1 (7:30) ¸ sloane (8:00) 

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13 angel 2 (7:30) ¸ great (8:00) 

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19 angel 2 (7:30)

20 angel 1 (7:30)

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26 angel 1 (7:30)

27 angel 2 (7:30)

7 angel 1 (1:30) G  great (2:00) G angel 2 (7:30) sloane (8:00)  14 angel 1 (1:30) G sloane (2:00) G angel 2 (7:30) great (8:00)  21 angel 2 (1:30) G angel 1 (7:30) 28 angel 1 (1:30) G angel 2 (7:30)

sunday

MONDAY

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2 angel 2 (7:30)

3 angel 1 (7:30)

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10 angel 2 (7:30)

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30 table (8:00) G

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S E P T E MB E R

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1 angel 2 (7:30) < sloane (8:00) 

2 angel 1 (7:30) great (8:00) 

8 angel 2 (7:30) great (8:00) 

9 angel 1 (7:30) sloane (8:00) 

15 angel 1 (7:30) sloane (8:00) 

16 angel 2 (7:30) great (8:00) 

22 angel 2 (7:30)

23 angel 1 (7:30)

29 angel 1 (7:30)

30 angel 2 (7:30)

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

5 angel 2 (7:30)

6 angel 1 (7:30)

12 angel 1 (7:30)

13 angel 2 (7:30)

17

4 angel 2 (1:30) G angel 1 (7:30) 11 angel 1 (1:30) G angel 2 (7:30) 18

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24

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27 table (8:00) G

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

O CT O B E R

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1 living (8:00) G

2 garden (8:00) G

3 table (8:00) G

4 living (8:00) G

7 table (8:00) G

8 living (8:00) G

9 table (8:00) <

10 living (8:00) <

11 far (7:30) G garden (8:00) G

20

14 far (7:30) G garden (8:00) G 21

15 far (7:30) G garden (8:00) < 22

16 far (7:30) G table (8:00) 23

17 far (7:30) < living (8:00) 24

18 far (7:30) garden (8:00) 25

27

28

29

30 far (1:30 G /7:30) table (8:00)

31 far (7:30) living (8:00)

G earlybird & weekday matinÉe < opening night (not for sale)

SATURDAY

3 angel 1 (1:30) sloane (2:00) ¸ angel 2 (7:30) great (8:00)  10 angel 1 (1:30) ¸ great (2:00) angel 2 (7:30) sloane (8:00)  17 angel 1 (1:30)  sloane (2:00) angel 2 (7:30) great (8:00)  24 angel 2 (1:30) ¸ angel 1 (7:30) 31 angel 1 (1:30)  angel 2 (7:30)

SATURDAY

7 angel 2 (1:30) angel 1 (7:30) 14 angel 1 (1:30)  angel 2 (7:30) 21

28 living (2:00) G garden (8:00) G

SATURDAY

5 table (1:00) G living (4:30) G garden (8:00) G 12 table (1:00) living (4:30) far (7:30) G garden (8:00) G 19 far (1:30/7:30) 26

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sunday

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

Thursday

3 pie (2:00/5:00)

4 far (7:30) table (8:00) ¸

5 far (7:30) ¸ living (8:00)

6 far (1:30 G /7:30) garden (2:00) G table (8:00)

7 far (7:30) living (8:00)

8 far (7:30) garden (8:00)

10 pie (2:00/5:00)

11 living (8:00) ¸

12 garden (8:00) ¸

13 table (2:00) G living (8:00)

14 garden (8:00)

15 table (8:00)

17 pie (2:00/5:00)

18

19

20

21

22

2 table (1:00) ¸ far (1:30/7:30) living (4:30) garden (8:00) 9 table (1:00) far (1:30) ¸ living (4:30) far (7:30) garden (8:00) 16 living (1:00) ¸ garden (4:30) ¸ table (8:00) 23

24 pie (2:00/5:00)

25

26

27 parf (7:30) G

28 parf (7:30) <

29 parf (7:30) 

30 parf (7:30) 

sunday

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

d e c embe r

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1 far (7:30) garden (8:00)

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SATURDAY

1 pie (2:00/5:00) 8

2 parf (7:30)  9

3 parf (7:30) ¸ 10

4 parf (7:30)  11

5 parf (7:30)  12

6 parf (7:30)  13

7 parf (7:30)  14

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Monday – Saturday Evenings & Sat Matinée – Seat Category  Monday – Saturday Evenings & Sat Matinée – Seat Category  Earlybird & Weekday Matinée – A ll Seating Student  – A ll Seating

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$385 $294

$246 $188

$389 $180

$294 $133

$188 $85

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# OF PKGS

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Monday – Saturday Evenings & Sat Matinée – Seat Category 

$263 $202

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Monday – Saturday Evenings & Sat Matinée – Seat Category  Earlybird & Weekday Matinée – All Seating

# OF PKGS

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# OF TIX

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TRUE WEST

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