This week’s Cheap Theatre listing is all about self-expression – it includes solo performances, intimate cabarets, works in progress, shows about magical adventures… What more could you want? Especially with all shows available for $25 or less per ticket! So go express yourself and see some Cheap Theatre!
The Carnegie Hall Show: The Movember Edition – The National Theatre of the World presents the improv variety show w/ Matt Baram, Naomi Snieckus, Chris Gibbs, guests Deb McGrath, Mark Little and others. 8 pm. $18-$20, stu $10 (all proceeds to Movember Canada). Drake Hotel 1150 Queen W movembercarnegiehallshow.bpt.me
I Lost It In Kiev – by Deb Filler (Filler Up Inc). Filler performs a solo show about her travels through the backstreets of the world. Opens Nov 25 and runs to Nov 30, Tue-Sat 8 pm, mat Sat 2 pm, Sun 3 pm. $21.50-$36.50. In the Factory Studio. Factory Theatre 125 Bathurst. http://fillerup.ca/
Intimate Experiences: Intimately Us – (Buddies in Bad Times Theatre). Members of the Graduate Company present mini-personal cabarets with hosts Bruce Dow and Jeff Madden. Nov 30 at 7:30 pm. $15-$20.Buddies in Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander.
James and the Giant Peach – by Benj Pasek, Justin Paul and Timothy Allen McDonald (Young People’s Theatre). An orphan finds adventures in a magical fruit in this musical based on the Roald Dahl book. Previews Nov 24-26. Opens Nov 27 and runs to Jan 4, see website for schedule. $25-$45. Young People’s Theatre 165 Front E. http://youngpeoplestheatre.ca/
Play Reading Week – Tarragon Theatre presents plays-in-development by Fabrizio Filippo, Anna Chatterton, Marie-Beath Badian, Rachel Blair, Evan Webber, Kat Sandler and others get staged readings. Nov 18-22 and Nov 26-29 at 8 pm. Free.In the Near Studio. 30 Bridgman. http://tarragontheatre.com/