Five Shows Under $25 in Toronto this Week
It’s inevitable: the holiday shows have landed. This week, we’re acknowledging their dominance over the December theatre scene by alternating holiday shows with more general fare. Either way, these shows are kind to the bank account at less than 25 dollars per seat. Check it out under the cut.
The Wild Duck Project (Re:Current Theatre Company). Contemporary adaptation and deconstruction from Henrik Ibsen’s play The Wild Duck. Opens Dec 2 and runs to Dec 13, Wed-Sun 8 pm. $20, stu $15. Show Info.
The Christmas Tree by Norm Foster (Baby Gumm Productions). A man and woman argue over the last tree in the lot on Christmas eve. Dec 12 at 8 pm, Dec 13 at 3 pm. $25, stu/srs $21. Show Info.
P@ndora by Sarah Berthiaume (Young People’s Theatre). An online foray reveals the disturbing world of cyber-porn and exacerbates a 16 year-old girl’s self-image issues. Opens Nov 30 and runs to Dec 11, see website for schedule. $19-$24. Show Info.
A Very Leila Christmas (Unveiled Productions). The bearded Persian performer seeks out Santa Claus in this seasonal musical theatre show with a different special guest each night. Dec 10-13, Thu-Sun 8 pm, mat Sat-Sun 2 pm. $20. Show Info.
Man To Man/Licking Knives by Manfred Karge/Melanie Hrymak (Headstrong Collective). Double bill of solo plays. Previews Dec 9, opens Dec 10 and runs to Dec 20, Wed-Sat 7:30 pm, mat Sat-Sun 2 pm. $25, stu $20, preview $15. TPM Backspace. Show Info.