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Voices of a Generation

Voices of a Generation collects three Canadian plays that speak to millennials’ complex and varied experiences and the challenges and stereotypes they often face.

zahgidiwin/love by Frances Koncan follows ...

Ravage of Life

For three years, Evelyne de la Chenelière wrote on the long entrance wall in Montreal’s Espace GO as part of an artistic residency that would profoundly shake her outlook on words, theatre practice, ...

Andy's Gone

What stories do we tell ourselves to keep our walls up and our privilege intact? What is the cost of revolution?

In this contemporary retelling of Antigone, denial of what rages outside of a city’s perimeter ...

The Law of Gravity

Dom has had a rough go of things so far. At fourteen, he has the hardened look of someone who’s had to fight for everything.

Fred has just moved to Not-The-City, a new place to try to disappear. But ...

Beautiful Man & Other Short Plays

Award-winning playwright Erin Shields has crafted three thought-provoking plays that centre on the inner lives of women, offering space for those who dare to listen.

An eviscerating satire of gender roles ...

Amaryllis & Little Witch

In these dark fairy tales, two girls face danger while grieving loved ones, and learn some hard truths about growing up along the way. Imaginative and curious, these fables illustrate adventures for children ...

The Bears Sleep at Last

Their whole bodies are ready for sleep, but sleep doesn’t come.

The cold has deserted winter, causing the polar bears in the zoo to pace in an endless quest for sleep. Their caretaker, Sasha, will do ...

Mistatim / Instant

In these two plays for young audiences, award-winning playwright Erin Shields presents the challenges of friendship and communication.

In Mistatim, which is based on a concept from Sandra Laronde of Red ...

Small Talk

“There can be no fullness without emptiness. And there can be no conversation without a void. ”

Everyday conversation has always been a challenge for Julie, a lonely and anxious researcher who spends ...

Paradise Lost

By Erin Shields
Introduction by Paul Stevens
Subjects: Adaptations, Quebec Playwrights, Women Writers
Casting: 2 f, 3 m, 7 chorus
Duration: 160 minutes

“The biggest mistake any of us could make would be to underestimate Satan. ”

The seventeenth century and present day are seamlessly intertwined as Satan vents to an audience about her frustration at ...