Five Shows Under $25 in Toronto this Week
Live theatre shows in Toronto with ticket prices of $25 or less, playing the week of January 10th, 2017. Perfect for the budget-conscious theatre-goer. This week’s selections feature a children’s show and a bizarre game show, and more! Check them out below the cut.
Danny and the Deep Blue Sea by John Patrick Shanley (Wolf Manor Theatre). Two dejected and seemingly mismatched souls take a chance on each other in a bar. Opens Jan 13 and runs to Jan 22 at two venues. $15-$22 at nowtickets.ca. Week 1: Jan 13 at 10 pm, Jan 14-15 at 2 & 7 pm – at Imperial Pub (54 Dundas E). Week 2: Jan 19-22 at 7 pm, mat Jan 21 at 2 pm – at Round Venue (152 Augusta). Show Info.
The Ugly Duckthing by Marty Stelnick (SSCT). Re-telling of the Hans Christian Andersen classic using puppetry, music and multimedia for ages 5 and up. Jan 14-Feb 5, see website for schedule. $17. At Solar Stage Children’s Theatre. Show Info.
Silk Bath by Bessie Cheng and Aaron Jan (Silk Bath Collective/Next Stage Theatre Festival). On a bizarre game show, four immigrants do battle for a place in their new country. Opens Jan 5 and runs to Jan 15, see website for times. $15. At Factory Theatre. Show Info.
Two Truths and a Lie by Graham Isador, Helder Brum and Rhiannon Archer (Pressgang Theatre/Next Stage Theatre Festival). Actors/comics Graham Isador, Helder Brum and Rhiannon Archer tell unbelievable stories – one of which is made up. Opens Jan 4 and runs to Jan 15, see website for times. $10. At Factory Theatre. Show Info.
Clique Claque by Mark Brownell (Pea Green Theatre Group/Next Stage Theatre Festival). A woman and her husband manipulate audience applause (and performing artists’ fortunes) for cash in this comedy set in 1880s Paris. Opens Jan 4 and runs to Jan 15, see website for times. $15. At Factory Theatre. Show Info.