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Theatre Guide Toronto’s Official Guide to Theatre, Dance and Opera

MAR APR 2014 Vol. 9 No. 10

What’s HOT? DE IDAS Y VUELTAS

Legend: Play | Musical | Comedy | Young Audience

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Apr 24 – Apr 27

This world premiere celebrates the Latin American songs that have been integrated into flamenco and uses these transmigrations to explore how things come and go in our lives. Flamenco, an art form like no other, speaks to the heart and touches the soul. The award winning company of Canadian and Spanish singers, musicians and dancers deliver the power of this expressive art with elegance and passion. Esmeralda Enrique Spanish Dance Company, Fleck Dance Theatre (207 Queens Quay W); 416.996.4135; flamencos.net

HERCULES Apr 5, 11, 15, 19, 24, 27 & 30

Renowned director Peter Sellars (Tristan und Isolde) returns to Toronto, to direct a dream cast in his acclaimed production of Handel’s timeless and poignant tragedy at the Canadian Opera Company. Canadian Opera Company, Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts (145 Queen St. W.); 416.363.8231; CanadianOpera.ca

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Theatre, 125 Bathurst St. 416.504.9971; factorytheatre.ca

A BEAUTIFUL VIEW Feb 27 – Mar 7 In a light, comic tone, two women arrive on a stage, and tell the story of their relationship - a friendship too close to categorize. It’s funny, quirky, and wonderfully entertaining. Volcano, Factory Theatre, 125 Bathurst St. 416.504.9971; volcano.ca

A LIFE BEYOND DOUBT Mar 6 – Mar 15 While past and future meld into the present, six people’s lives are woven together by the threads of life, loss and the ever constant power of memory.. ... as each one struggles with questions of love, joy, good food and hockey versus scrabble... Tomorrow’s Eve Theatre, Sterling Studio Theatre, 163 Sterling Rd. Unit 5 1.800.838.3006, ext. 1; tomorrowsevetheatre.com

A GOD IN NEED OF HELP Apr 16 – May 25 1606 and Europe is at war over God. Venice’s four strongest men are charged with transporting a holy painting across the Alps to Prague. On their way, they are set upon by Protestant zealots—their escape is attributed to a miracle. Tarragon Theatre, 30 Bridgman Ave. 416.531.1827; tarragontheatre.com

The Precious Young Ladies

BEATRICE & VIrgil Apr 12 – May 11 Horrific truths, buried in layers of history are unearthed through fact, art and imagination when Henry visits a taxidermist. An innovative stage adaptation of Yann Martel’s controversial but critically acclaimed novel.

Apr 23 – May 10

Factory Theatre, 125 Bathurst St. 416.504.9971; factorytheatre.ca

 

ALSO INSIDE:

6 Essential Questions Mar 6 – Mar 30 6 ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS is the story of Renata as she travels to Brazil to see the mother who abandoned her when she was five years old. Factory

A great one-act comedy of manners, and an extremely satiric piece, Les Précieuses ridicules (The Precious Young Ladies) takes aim at the extravagant and overly delicate ladies of the French bourgeoisie. Discover or rediscover Molière with the help of Boris Vian, Brassens, and other great French and Canadian poets and songwriters. In French. With English Surtitles Wed., Fri. and Sat.

BELLEVILLE Apr 6 – May 4 A darkly truthful parable of a generation struggling under the pressures of success and entitlement. Canadian Stage Company, Berkeley Street Theatre, 26 Berkeley St.

Théâtre Français de Toronto, Berkeley Street Theatre, Upstairs (26 Berkeley Street); 416.435.6604; theatrefrancais.com 

Theatre, 163 Sterling Rd, Unit 5. 647.975.1645; sterlingstudiotheatre.com

The Theatre Guide is designed by CMANGO DESIGN and published by Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts (TAPA). Listings are sponsored by NOW Magazine.

416.368.3110; canadianstage.com

BURN THIS Apr 10 - Apr 19 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. Sterling Studio

CABARET BRISE-JOUR Apr 10 - Apr Set in a high-society salon of the early 20th century, eight musicians borrow from the repertoire of Kurt Weill to sing about the best and worst of the human condition. The Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen St. W. theatrecentre.org COCK Apr 4 - Apr 27 Mike Bartlett’s punchy comedic drama puts


you ringside as John wages war with his lovers, himself and a society that demands an answer to the question, “Who am I?”

GOODNIGHT DESDEMONA (GOOD MORNING JULIET)

Studio 180 Theatre, The Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen Street W. 416.872.1212; studio180theatre.com

CONTE D’AMOUR Apr 1 – Apr 5 A Lynchian exploration of familial control composed of images that resolutely cross and re-cross the border of desire and horror. Harbourfront Centre, Fleck Dance Theatre, 207 Queens Quay W. 416.973.4342; harbourfrontcentre.com

DESPERATE CHURCH WIVES Mar 20 – Mar 29 Desperate Church Wives is a solo show loosely based on the biblical story of Prophet Hosea and his wife Gomer. In the retelling of this classic tale, Prophert Hosea is a Minister, and just as in the bible, he believes God told him to marry a prostitute. Under The Blood Productions, Red

GoodniGht desdemona (Good morninG Juliet) By Ann-Marie MacDonald Directed by Carly Chamberlain

Feb. 28–mar. 8, 2014

www.harthousetheatre.ca

APRIL 17 • 8PM

Sandcastle Theatre, 922 Queen St. E. 416.845.9411; dianejohnstone1.com

ELEGIES: A SONG CYCLE Mar 25 – Apr 13 Elegies commemorates the lives of people both real and fictional with rousing theatricality and unforgettable songs. Acting Up Stage Company, Daniels Spectrum, 585 Dundas St. E. 1.800.838.3006; actingupstage.com

GOODNIGHT DESDEMONA (GOOD MORNING JULIET) Feb 28 – Mar 8 Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) tells the other-worldly, comedic story of Constance Ledbelly, an overlooked academic striving to prove her theory about two of Shakespeare’s best-known plays. Hart House Theatre, 7 Hart House Cir. 416.978.8849; harthousetheatre.ca

IN HIS NAME – DOLLARD DES ORMEAUX and the battle of the long sault Apr 23 – Apr 27 A play about young men fighting for their country, the loved ones who struggle to save them, and the religious and political ties that control them. An inventive, fast-paced, and theatrically stylized drama. The Canadian History Project, The Array Space, 155 Walnut Ave. 416.993.7929; arraymusic.com

LES PRECIEUSES RIDICULES Apr 23 - May In Théâtre français de Toronto’s production, this Molière classic is given a modern and musical setting that reverberates in today’s world, where a book is often judged by its cover. Le Théâtre français de Toronto, Berkeley Street Theatre, 26 Berkeley St. 416.534.6604; theatrefrancais.com

LUNGS Feb 25 – Mar 30 “Is it ethical to have a child when you‘re a car driving, plastic bag using, aerosol spraying avocado importing person?” What if they grow up and hate you? A bare stage, a man, a woman, a conversation, and infinite possibility. Tarragon Theatre, 30 Bridgman Ave. 416.531.1827; tarragontheatre.com

MACBETH Mar 31- Apr 11 Ghosts, battles, cold-blooded murders and mesmerizing witches all combine to make this one of Shakespeare’s most compelling and dramatic plays. Shakespeare In Action, Central Commerce Theatre, 570 Shaw St. 416.703.4881; shakespeareinaction.org

MARRY ME A LITTLE Feb 26 – Apr 6 Saturday night in Brooklyn and two single people come home to their empty apartments. This playful cycle of Sondheim’s favourite outtakes imagines a world where romance triumphs over loneliness and heartache. Tarragon Theatre, 30 Bridgman Ave. 416.531.1827; tarragontheatre.com

MENOPAUSE THE MUSICAL Mar 7 – Mar 8 Four women at a lingerie sale with nothing in common but a black lace bra AND memory loss, hot flashes, night sweats, not enough sex, too much sex and more! Rose Theatre Brampton, 1 Theatre Ln. 905.874.2800; rosetheatre.ca

Part pageant and wHOLY hysterical, the latest of the sinfully funny Late Nite Catechism series unearths the origins of Easter.

ME TALKING TO MYSELF IN THE FUTURE Mar 26 – Apr 6 In the future, a dying old woman drifts among the thoughts of someone in the present. In this fantastical dream world, a surreal portrait of our past and future selves unfolds. Buddies In Bad Times Theatre, 12

905.874.2800

Alexander St. 416.975.8555; buddiesinbadtimes.com

receives urgent, cryptic text messages from his soldier Dad in an unnamed, war-torn country. While he attempts to decipher these messages, an Ogre and the Queen of Minos appear in his backyard, dragging him into the past in the role of Theseus, whose destiny was to slay the Minotaur and save his father, King Aegeus. Young People’s Theatre, 165 Front St. E. 416.862.2222;

MES SINGERIES VOCALES Mar 26 – Mar 30 Bruno recently turned 50 and he’s never felt more disconnected from the younger generation than he does now. His own daughter, he admits, speaks a different language and communicates using devices and social networks he could not even dream of understanding. Théâtre français de Toronto, Berkeley Street Theatre, 26 Berkeley St. 416.534.6604; theatrefrancais.com

Minotaur Mar 24 – Apr 13 Freddie, a 12 year-old boy,

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NEW JERUSALEM Mar 15 – Apr 13 As the inquisition bears down on them, a small Jewish community flees Portugal to find a tenuous peace in seemingly liberal Amsterdam. But Spinoza, a favourite son


of the community and the Rabbi’s heir apparent, is a revolutionary thinker. Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company, Toronto Centre for The Arts,

GOODNIGHT DESDEMONA (GOOD MORNING JULIET)

5040 Yonge St. 1.855.985.2787; hgjewishtheatre.com

OF HUMAN BONDAGE Apr 15 – May 17 A broken man. A damaged woman. An impossible love. Considered one of the greatest novels ever written, Of Human Bondage is an epic tale of loss, lust, obsession, and the pursuit of beauty in a world dominated by war, greed, and poverty. Soulpepper Theatre Company, Young Center for the Perform-

GoodniGht desdemona (Good morninG Juliet) By Ann-Marie MacDonald Directed by Carly Chamberlain

Feb. 28–mar. 8, 2014

ing Arts, 50 Tank House Ln. 416.866.8666; soulpepper.ca

www.harthousetheatre.ca

OLD LOVE Mar 20 – Mar 30 A sparkling and witty look at love the second time around follows the roller coaster romance of Bud, a salesman, and Molly, his former boss’ wife. After years of ‘doing the right thing’, they both find themselves single and wrestling with who they truly are, what they need in a relationship and where the future will lead them. Sirius Theatrical Company, Sirius Theatrical Studio,

APRIL 17 • 8PM

119 Mimico Ave. 416.236.9011 ex 1; siriustheatrical.com

PAPER SONG Apr 29 – May 11 Paper Song is a whimsical new play for children and families, combining a traditional Japanese folktale with an original story of a young mouse and her grandfather as they struggle against an oppressive goblin who has enslaved the inhabitants of their village. Young People’s Theatre, 165 Front St. E. 416.862.2222; youngpeoplestheatre.ca

ROMEO AND JULIET Mar 28 - Apr 10 Director Michael Kelly brings all the passion and lyricism of the world’s greatest love story to life in a contemporary setting, making it even more relevant for students of all ages. Shakespeare In Action, Central Commerce Theatre, 570 Shaw St. 416.703.4881; shakespeareinaction.org

SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT Feb 18 – Mar 8 Infused with the rhythm and passion of Bollywood music and dance, Same Same But Different is compromised of two intersecting stories that take you behind the scenes of Indian cinema. Nightswimming, Theatre Passe Muraille, 16 Ryerson Ave. 416.504.7529; passemuraille.ca

SEA SICK Mar 19- Mar 23 Sea Sick is a powerful and deeply personal solo performance. Alanna Mitchell discovers the secrets of the ocean, faces the demons of the deeps and finds hope. The Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen St.W. theatrecentre.org

Sister’s Easter Catechism: Will My Bunny Go To Heaven Apr 17 Celebrate the Easter Season with Sister as she answers time worn questions of the season like “Who was Mary Magdalene?”, “Why isn’t Easter on the same day every year like Christmas?” and “Will My Bunny Go To Heaven?” Rose Theatre Brampton, 1 Theatre Ln. 905.874.2800; rosetheatre.ca

SIxteen Scandals Mar 11 – May 15 The Second City invites you to take break from obsessively updating your news-feed and join us for an evening of laughter with a room full of real live humans. The Second City, 51 Mercer St. 416.343.0011; secondcity.com

SOLICITING TEMPTATION Apr 1 – May 4 In a sweaty and sticky hotel room, a Western man and a young woman meet for sex. Somewhere between the reality and the fantasy, the sex becomes talk and the talk becomes dangerous. Tarragon Theatre, 30 Bridgman Ave. 416.531.1827; tarragontheatre.com

SULTANS OF THE STREET Apr 28 – May 15 Four children from different social classes – two with the desire to purchase better kites, two with the simple wish to attend school – are trapped in a world of begging on the streets of Kolkata, India. Young People’s Theatre, 165 Front St. E. 416.862.2222; youngpeoplestheatre.ca

THE CAROUSEL Mar 11 – Mar 30 Told through a series of carousel rides, a woman drives along the north shore of Quebec to be with her dying mother, and is thrust into a maze of memories, launching her quest to reconcile the unresolved relationships of three generations of women. Nightwood Theatre, Berkeley Street Theatre, 26 Berkeley St. 416.368.3110; nightwoodtheatre.net

THe GIGLI CONCERT Mar 28 – May 16 The services of self-titled “Dynamatologist” JPW King, an Englishman living in Dublin, are retained by a mysterious Irish building contractor who wants to sing like the famed operatic tenor Beniamino Gigli. Soulpepper Theatre Company, Young Center for the Performing Arts, 50 Tank House Ln. 416.866.8666; soulpepper.ca

Part pageant and wHOLY hysterical, the latest of the sinfully funny Late Nite Catechism series unearths the origins of Easter.

905.874.2800

www.rosetheatre.ca THE LAST MAN ON EARTH Apr 2 – Apr 13 The Devil and his minion plot to corrupt the last vestige of innocence on earth. Underdog Gormless Joe must play the hero or lose everything, including his one chance at love. Keystone Theatre, Berkeley Street Theatre, 26 Berkeley St. 416.368.3110; keystonetheatre.net

the norman conquests – table manners Feb 10 - Mar 8 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. Soulpepper Theatre Company, Young Centre


for the Performing Arts, 50 Tank House Ln. Distillery Historic District 416.866.8666; soulpepper.ca

GOODNIGHT DESDEMONA (GOOD MORNING JULIET)

the norman conquests – living together Feb 11 – Mar 8 Shifting the action to the living room, infidelity, changing stories, and confusion mean no one is relaxing with their feet up! Soulpepper Theatre Company, Young Centre for the Performing Arts, 50 Tank House Ln. Distillery Historic District 416.866.8666; soulpepper.ca

the norman conquests – round and round the garden Feb 14 - Mar 8 In this brilliant third instalment, Norman gormlessly contemplates the moon, the stars, and his pyjamas, hoping for a joyous roll in the grass! Soulpepper Theatre Company,

GoodniGht desdemona (Good morninG Juliet) By Ann-Marie MacDonald Directed by Carly Chamberlain

Feb. 28–mar. 8, 2014

www.harthousetheatre.ca

Young Centre for the Performing Arts, 50 Tank House Ln. Distillery Historic District 416.866.8666; soulpepper.ca

APRIL 17 • 8PM

THE ROAD TO MECCA Apr 30 – May 28 In an archly conservative village in Apartheid - Era South Africa, an elderly white woman has turned her house and yard into a highly personal and unorthodox work of art with contentious results. Soulpepper Theatre Company, 50 Tank House Ln. Distillery Historic District 416.866.8666; soulpepper.ca

THE SEAGULL Mar 7 – Mar 23 A beautiful summer night begins a tangle of emotional intrigues, unrequited love, dreams, family quarrels and the steady thrum of passing time. The Chekhov Collective, Berkeley Street Theatre, 26 Berkeley St. 416.368.3110; thechekhovcollective.com

he is ultimately crowned ruler. Young People’s Theatre, 165 Front St. THE TWO WORLDS OF CHARLIE F. Feb 25 – Mar 9 A soldier’s view of service, injury and recovery. From the war in Afghanistan, through the dream world of morphine induced hallucinations to the physiotherapy rooms of Headley Court. Mirvish Productions, Prin-

416.862.2222; youngpeoplestheatre.ca

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cess of Wales Theatre, 300 King St. W. 416.872.1212; mirvish.com

THE WANDERERS Mar 1 – Mar 23 In The Wanderers, Kawa Ada offers a rare Afghan-Canadian perspective on how the war in his homeland continues to ravage even those who now call Canada home. Cahoots Theater Company, Buddies In Bad Times Theatre, 12 Alexander St. 416.975.8555; cahoots.ca

TRUDEAU AND THE FLQ Mar 27 – May 3 As the centenary of Canada’s Confederation approaches, Quebec separatists crank up the violence. On a stage lit by terrorist bombings, Professor Trudeau pirouettes to power. VideoCabaret, Young Centre for the Performing Arts, 50 Tank House Ln. Distillery Historic District 416.866.8666; soulpepper.ca

VITALS Apr 29 – May 17 Vitals weaves together a canvas of affecting, poignant and disturbing emergency stories and explores their impact on the responder to these calls. Outside the March, Site Specific, 416.504.7529; outsidethemarch.ca

WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE Mar 4 – Mar 30 The incorrigible Max, sent to bed without his supper, embarks on imaginary travels to a land of wild animals and extraordinary adventures – where

AROUND Mar 26 – Apr 6 AROUND delves into the disconnect between symmetry, perfection, uncertainty and ambiguity.Dancemakers, Dancemakers Centre for Creation, 9 Trinity St. 416.367.1800; dancemakers.org

Part pageant and wHOLY hysterical, the latest of the sinfully funny Late Nite Catechism series unearths the origins of Easter.

ARRABAL Feb 4 – Apr 20 ARRABAL is based on the true story of the political violence that threatened to destroy Argentina in the 1970s. Mirvish Productions, Panasonic Theatre, 651 Yonge St. 416.872.1212;

905.874.2800

www.rosetheatre.ca

mirvish.com

BBOYIZM Apr 25 – Apr 26 With his new creation, Crazy Smooth (Yvon Soglo) tackles themes of love expressed via camaraderie, community, aggression, romance and joy. BBoyizm, DanceWorks, En-

DICHTERLIEBE THE POET’S LIFE Mar 27 – Mar 28 Dichterliebe is a set of sixteen choreographies for one dancer set to music by Robert Schumann (1810-1856). Coleman Lemieux & Compagnie, The

wave Theatre, 235 Queens Quay W. 416.973.4000; harbourfrontcentre.com

Citadel, 304 Parliament St. 416.364.8011; colemanlemieux.com

DE IDAS Y VUELTAS Apr 24, Apr 27 De Idas Y Vueltas celebrates the Latin American songs that have been integrated into flamenco and uses these transmigrations to explore how things come and go in our lives. Esmeralda Enrique Spanish Dance Company, Fleck Dance

EUNOIA Mar 19 – Mar 22 During 35 years of practice, Denise Fujiwara has refined an approach to performance that draws on research with teachers as diverse as Natsu Nakajima, Judy Jarvis Anne Bogart. Harbourfront Centre, Enwave Theatre, 231 Queens Quay W.

Theatre, 207 Queens Quay W. 416.973.4000; flamencos.net

416.973.4342; harbourfrontcentre.com


FOUDRES Apr 29 – May 3 Montreal native Dave St-Pierre returns to Toronto with the final act in his trilogy of colossal works on the necessities of love and death. And nothing will be held back. Harbourfront Centre, Fleck Dance Theatre, 207 Queens Quay W. 416.973.4342; harbourfrontcentre.com

HE:SHE Mar 28 – Apr 5 he : she proposes contrasts between men and women, youth and age, silence and sound, old and new – and celebrates a world balanced by dualities. Peggy Baker Dance Projects,

GOODNIGHT DESDEMONA (GOOD MORNING JULIET)

Betty Oliphant Theatre, 404 Jarvis St. 1.800.838.3006; peggybakerdance.com

THE FOUR SEASONS Mar 5 – Mar 8 The Four Seasons is a personal work with two middle-aged men pondering the cycle of life and its various stages – blossoming, standing still, looking back and letting go. DanceWorks,, Enwave Theatre, 231 Queens Quay W. 416-973-4342;

GoodniGht desdemona (Good morninG Juliet) By Ann-Marie MacDonald Directed by Carly Chamberlain

Feb. 28–mar. 8, 2014

www.harthousetheatre.ca

APRIL 17 • 8PM

harbourfrontcentre.com

OPERA HERCULES Apr 5 – Apr 30 The ancient Greek tragedian Sophocles was also a war general who knew first-hand the devastating psychological traumas that imperilled returning veterans. With Hercules – Handel’s take on Sophocles’ play – Sellars creates a healing work in which the untold horrors of war and the unspoken complications of reunion find their voice. Canadian Opera Company, Four Seasons Centre, 145 Queen Street W. 416.363.8231; coc.ca

ROBERTO DEVEREUX Apr 25 – May 21 Elisabetta has sent her beloved Roberto Devereux, the Earl of Essex, to lead a military expedition to Ireland. Against the Queen’s orders, Roberto has signed a peace treaty with the Irish rebels. Canadian Opera Company, Four Seasons Centre, 145 Queen Street W. 416.363.8231; coc.ca

MUSIC A NIGHT IN PARIS: LE CONCERT SPIRITUEL Mar 27 - Mar 30 Come to 18th-century Paris with us for a recreation of Le Concert Spirituel - one of the first public concert series. Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor St. W. 416.964.6337; tafelmusik.org

Part pageant and wHOLY hysterical, the latest of the sinfully funny Late Nite Catechism series unearths the origins of Easter.

905.874.2800

www.rosetheatre.ca


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