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Cake

A man earns. However little, however nefariously, he earns.

Oba, a middle-aged businessman, is torn between his pride and dignity. He’s obsessed with making deals in unidentified substances to stay ...

Bunny

“In one school year she kissed nineteen boys and won all the science awards. ”

From one of Canada’s boldest playwrights comes an intimate look into the sexual life of a young woman as she struggles ...

Linda Griffiths

For more than three decades, Griffiths worked tirelessly and passionately to redefine drama and performance in Canada, constantly pushing artistic boundaries in her quest to tell new and unconventional ...

Mustard

Mustard shouldn’t still be here, but he is. Imaginary friends don’t normally stay with their Person until that Person is a troubled teenager, exhibiting strangely violent behaviour. Imaginary friends ...

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 ...

Quiver

“She doesn’t care about me; she doesn’t even want to see me; she just pretends she does. ”

Shy, fourteen-year-old Maddie wasn’t expecting to have to worry about taking care of herself just yet. ...

The Flood

“I bore him fourteen children and he had me down here faster than lightning. ”

In 1887, women were property and could be imprisoned for any reason. Jail was considered a place for the criminal, the ...

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: Women Writers, Quebec Playwrights, Adaptations
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 ...

The Femme Playlist & I Cannot Lie to the Stars That Made Me

From masturbation to motherhood, body shaming to burlesque, Catherine Hernandez reveals the reality of living as a queer woman of colour. Set to the music of her life, The Femme Playlist shows what it’s ...