5 Toronto Shows under $25 Sep 1, 2015
Variety is the name of the game in this week’s budget: multilingual performance, opera on bicycles, and comedy previews, among others. Enjoy the last of summer!
Babelle et Barbarie Collectif BUS 1.2.3. presents a multimedia and multilingual theatre performance. Live video, live music, humour and visual poetry are used in the search for meaning in a cacophony of media. Sep 2-5, Wed-Sat 8 pm. $15, stu/srs $10. Winchester Street Theatre 80 Winchester, Toronto, Ontario M4X 1B2 Show Info
The Bicycle Opera Project: Shadow Box Bicycle-commuting singers present eight contemporary opera scenes with one vision: exploring our mind’s relationship to memory. Sep 5 at 8 pm. $17. Also Sep 4 at Curbside Cycle (412 Bloor W); and Sep 6 at Evergreen Brick Works (550 Bayview). See website for details and to buy tickets. Music Gallery 197 John Show Info
Big Plans. by Jeremy Taylor (Theatre Brouhaha/Storefront Arts Initiative). Two men meet on the internet and look to turn fantasy into gruesome reality in this dark comedy based on the story of the Rotenburg Cannibal. Opens Sep 3 and runs to Sep 20, Wed-Sat 8 pm, Sun 2 pm. $20-$25, Sep 9 pwyc. The Storefront Theatre 955 Bloor W, Show Info
Keeper by Tanisha Taitt (Fine Wine Theatre). Two women are bonded and blistered by death, doubt and distance. Opens Aug 25 and runs to Aug 31, daily at 8 pm. $22, stu $18. Artscape Youngplace 180 Shaw Show Info
The Second City Fall 2015 Mainstage Revue. Previews of Second City’s latest sketch comedy revue. Preview performances begin July 14. Tickets starting at $25. Performances every Tuesday to Sunday. Official Opening in August (date tbd). Tue-Thu 8 pm, Fri-Sun 7:30 pm. $25, stu $16-$18. Show Info