Five Shows Under $25 in Toronto this Week
Live theatre shows in Toronto with ticket prices of $25 or less, playing the week of September 19th, 2017. Perfect for the budget-conscious theatre-goer. Behold secret treasures on our fair Toronto stages this week! Check them out below the cut:
Turtleneck by Brandon Crone (emerGENce Theatre). A woman trying to escape from a dark past is caught in the midst of four men trying to control her. Opens Sep 23 and runs to Oct 8, Fri-Sat 8 pm (and Sep 24), mat Oct 1, 7-8 at 2 pm. $15-$25. At Tree of Life Theatre. Show Info.
In Her Own Words: The Diana Tapes by James Clements (What Will the Neighbors Say?). This play looks at the secret recordings of Princess Diana and their eventual release, and how the events changed views of celebrity, privacy and the monarchy. Opens September 20th and runs through October 7th, performs Tuesdays through Saturdays at 8pm, with Matinees on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 3pm. $20. At Red Sandcastle Theatre. Show Info.
Undercover by Rebecca Northan and Bruce Horak (Tarragon/Vertigo Theatre). An audience member will become a rookie detective and try to separate clues from red herrings to solve a murder mystery. Previews from Sep 19, opens Sep 27 and runs to Oct 29, Tue-Sat 8 pm, mat Sun 2:30 pm (and Sep 30 & Oct 14). $22-$60. At Tarragon Theatre. Show Info.
Miss by Michael Ross Albert (UNIT 102 Actors Company). A shocking accident at a boarding school irrevocably changes the lives of a teacher, her fiancé and a troubled student. Opens Sep 14 and runs to Oct 1, Wed-Sat 8 pm (and Sep 26), Sun 4 pm. $20-$25. At The Assembly Theatre. Show Info.
The Apology Project. Created and presented by lbs/sq” (pounds per square inch). Gerry Trentham and Kevin Ormsby perform a mashup of performance, visual and media art that interrogates the falling body from triumph, the shame of the oppressed, and the oppressor searching for the apology that can release a body’s endless legacy of violence. Sep 21-23 at 8 pm. $25-$34. At Harbourfront Centre. Show Info.