Cheap Theatre in Toronto the Week of Sep 15, 2015

Five Shows Under $25 in Toronto this Week

TIFF is getting out-of-line expensive, but we have you covered on a budget, with much shorter lines:

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 Theatre955 Bloor W  Show Info

Hooked (read our review) adapted by Nicky Guadagni from Carolyn Smart (TPM). The stories of female poets come to life onstage in this solo show. Opens Sep 16 and runs to Sep 27, Wed-Sat 8 pm, mat Sat-Sun 2 pm. $22-$33, Sep 26 gala $75, mat pwyc at the door.  Theatre Passe Muraille 16 Ryerson

Mi Ultima Foto (My Last Picture) & Sin Imagen (Without Image) Dancemakers presents choreography by Esthel Vorgig performing two solo works expressed through movement, video and imagery. Sep 19-20, Fri 8 pm, Sat 3 pm. $10-$15.  Dancemakers Centre for Creation 15 Case Goods Lane, Studio 301  Show Info

Then, Then. by Kyle Capstick (The Messy Kween Collective). A community theatre troupe rehearses for a show while planes that are bombing the region pass overhead. Opens Sep 17 and runs to Sep 27, Wed-Sun 8 pm. $20, stu $15.  Majlis Art Garden 163 Walnut View MapVisit Event Website

Toronto Monologue Slam – TIFF Edition. Performers deliver intimate and electrifying performances and battle for the title of Toronto’s Best Actor. Sep 20, doors 5 pm. $15-$20. Round Venue 152A Augusta