Five Shows Under $25 in Toronto this Week
Toxic hyper-masculinity got you down? We have a show exploring that! And many more to choose from this week. Live theatre shows in Toronto with ticket prices of $25 or less, playing the week of November 8th, 2016. Perfect for the budget-conscious theatre-goer.
KATA. (Theatre Parallax Toronto). This devised theatre production exploring the toxic effects of hyper masculinity. Nov 11-20, see website for schedule and details. $10-$25. At Dancemakers. Show Info.
Fireworks Festival. Three full-length plays are presented along with playwright talks and roundtables. The Creases In My Sari by Sindhuri Nandhakumar; Inked Heart by DJ Sylvis; and Motherland by Kristine Greenaway. Opens Nov 9 and runs to Nov 27, Wed-Sat 8 pm, mat Sat-Sun 2 pm. $15. At Alumnae Theatre. Show Info.
Til Death Do Us Part by Lauren Griffiths (Filament Incubator). A woman is offered a second chance at love by a matchmaking corporation. Opens Nov 10 and runs to Nov 19, Thu-Sat 7:30 pm. $15-$18. At the Monarch Tavern. Show Info.
Agency by Eva Barrie (Yell Rebel Theatre). A woman seeks answers regarding her father’s disappearance at the hands of the East German secret police during the Cold War. Opens Nov 10 and runs to Nov 20, Tue-Sat 7 pm, mat Sat-Sun 1 pm. $22, stu/arts workers $18, some performances PWYC (see website). At The Theatre Centre. Show Info.
Weesageechak Begins to Dance 29. Native Earth Performing Arts presents a festival of new works by Indigenous performing artists. Full-length staged readings of works-in-development by Drew Hayden Taylor, Frances Koncan, Billy Merasty, William McPherson and Brad Fraser, plus dance works by Olivia C. Davies, Christine Friday and others, film screenings, talks and more. Nov 9-19. $15, festival pass $60, Sunday reading free. At Daniels Spectrum In the Aki Studio. Show Info.