MoT’s 5 under $25 for the Week of September 16, 2019.
With the rush of new theatre hitting Toronto this September, there’s plenty to check out for ticket prices at any budget. It was tough to pick just 5, but here’s the best deals happening in the theatre scene this week!
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Shows that Caught Our Eye in Toronto for the Week of September 16, 2019.
There’s lots to see this week on stages all across Toronto, and we’ve listed the best here for your perusal! Now don’t say we’ve never done anything nice for you.
From Cirque to contemporary dramas and more, here’s what caught our eye this week.
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5 Shows Under $25 in Toronto this Week
Welcome the upcoming fall season with a laugh in your gut and money in your pocket. This week, Toronto’s theatre scene is serving up a myriad of performances from drama to stand-up to live dance for the theatre-goer on a budget. Take a look at what’s happening this week!
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Shows that Caught Our Eye in Toronto for the Week of September 9, 2019.
Are you a “stay out of the drama” type? This week, Mooney on Theatre recommends otherwise. Stages across Toronto are sinking their teeth into meaty pieces that attack a broad emotional spectrum.
Classics by dramatist staples like Harold Pinter and Tennessee Williams perform, along with new works and some musicals and comedy for much-needed relief. Read on to see what’s in store! Our Assistant Editor Jen has marked what she’d really love to see in Red.
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The climbing summer heat and accompanying global conditions are giving lots of people cause for concern. Weaving that social anxiety into a dramatic narrative, Antarctica is being presented at The Theatre Centre as a SummerWorks 2019 production.
This piece, set in 2045, is about a hypothetical future. People from various world nations – all born in, or connected to Antarctica in some way – are tasked with trying to build a sort of “second chance” civilization in the wake of the climate crisis eroding society as we know it.
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