Five Shows Under $25 in Toronto this Week
This week is a little thin for cheap shows, but the ones available are still pretty exciting! Check out these disparate shows, all of them kind to the wallet, that range from Westerns to multimedia solo shows to romantic comedies! It’s all here under the cut:
Hangman by Jason Maghanoy (Storefront). A Western epic about murder and retribution. Opens May 13 and runs to May 29, Wed-Sat 8 pm, Sun 2 pm. $20-$25. Show Info.
Suddenly Mommy! Anne Marie Scheffler performs her solo comedy about motherhood. May 11 at 8 pm. $25. Show Info.
Vote For Women (And Other Lies) (Empty Box Theatre Company). Six women search for the women’s right to vote in Canada in this work-in-progress staging of a collectively created devised comedy. Opens May 7 and runs to May 14. Fri-Sun 8 pm, mat May 14 at 2 pm. $11-$15, mat pwyc. Show Info.
A Reason to Talk by Sachli Gholamalizad (Why Not Theatre). A young Belgian actress of Iranian descent, questions her troubled relationship with her mother in this multimedia solo show. Opens May 6 and runs to May 14, see website for schedule. $20. Show Info.
Fox on the Fairway by Ken Ludwig (Village Players). A golf tournament and romantic entanglements stress out a country club president in this classic farce. Apr 22 to May 14, Thu-Sat 8 pm (and Apr 27), Sun 2 pm. $18-$22. Show Info.