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  1. The Drawer Boy (print)

    The Drawer Boy (print)

    Scarborough Village Theatre; Jan 13 - Jan 28
    The international sensation by Michael Healey.
    Winner of the 1999 Governor General’s Literary Award for Drama
  2. Alien Creature (print)

    Alien Creature (print)

    Theatre Passe Muraille - Toronto, Ontario - January 12 to February 5, 2017
    Gwendolyn MacEwen was, to many, a mesmerizing presence. She published twenty books and was one of the most celebrated Canadian poets of her day. Then, in 1987, at the age of forty-six, she was dead, many suspected suicide.
    The one woman tour-de-force that explores the life and death of one of Canada's most interesting literary figures.
  3. Sequence (print)

    Sequence (print)

    Tarragon Theatre - Toronto, Ontario - January 3 to February 12, 2017

    Winner of the 2013 Betty Mitchell Award for Outstanding New Play, the 2013 Calgary Theatre Critics Award for Best New Script, the 2013 Woodward/Newman Drama Award, and the 2011 Alberta Playwriting Competition.

  4. The Last Wife (print)

    The Last Wife (print)

    Young Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto; Until Feb 11

    A contemporary retelling of the compelling relationship between Katherine Parr and Henry VIII, The Last Wife is a funny, powerful examination of patriarchy, sexual politics, and women’s rights.

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  5. The Colony of Unrequited Dreams (print)

    The Colony of Unrequited Dreams (print)

    On Tour via Artistic Fraud; Jan 25 - Apr 8, Ottawa, Halifax, London (ON)

    Based on the classic novel by Wayne Johnston, The Colony of Unrequited Dreams is a fictionalized portrait of Joseph R. Smallwood, the controversial political figure who ambitiously led Newfoundland into Confederation with Canada, and became its first premier.

  6. Infinity (print)

    Infinity (print)

    Tarragon Theatre - Toronto, Ontario - January 4 to 29, 2017

    From acclaimed author Hannah Moscovitch comes Infinity, a haunting, candid ode to the nature of time and love as two parallel stories unfold in unexpected ways.

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