Cheap Theatre in Toronto the Week of December 12th

Five Shows Under $25 in Toronto this Week

Live theatre shows in Toronto with ticket prices of $25 or less, playing the week of December 12th, 2017. Perfect for the budget-conscious theatre-goer. As the Holidays fast approach, Toronto’s stages are increasingly festive. This week’s affordable shows feature a modern take on the nativity scene, stories from Canadian towns (and women), and much more. Check them out below the cut:

The Tale of a Town by Charles Ketchabaw and Lisa Marie DiLiberto (FIXT POINT/Theatre Passe Muraille). Multimedia performance that tells the tales of the Storymobile that toured Canada for three years, gathering lost tales of the nation’s main streets. Previews Dec 13, opens on Nov 14 and runs to Dec 17, Wed-Sat 7:30 pm, mat Sat-Sun 2 pm. $17-$38 (weekend mats pwyc at the door; $22.50 in advance). #TaleofaTownTO #ReMainSt. At Theatre Passe Muraille. Show Info.

Love Between The Lines. HERstory Counts presents six diverse women performing 10-minute monologues about a true story and experience on the theme of love.. Dec 14-17, Thu-Sun 7:30 pm, Sun 2:30 pm. $20, stu/srs $15, mat $10. At Red Sandcastle Theatre. Show Info.

The Tenth Muse. Filament Incubator presents a new play by Julie Foster. What happens when three experts lecture about the mystery woman who is Sappho? Worlds dissolve, lines blur, facts implode and words become more than just words. History lessons turn us into mouthpieces for the dead…for better or for worse. Opens Dec 7 and runs to Dec 16, Wed-Sun 7:30 pm, mat Sun 2:30 pm. $15-$20. At Kensington Hall. Show Info.

The Story by Martha Ross (Common Boots Theatre). Story of the nativity as a parable for modern times. The audience follows three wise men as a they go in search of a headstrong young woman and her baby hiding out in the park. Previews from Dec 11, opens Dec 13 and runs to Dec 30, Mon-Sat 7:30 pm (no show Dec 17, Dec 24-26). Pwyc, admission by donation. At Christie Pits Park. Show Info.

It’s A Wonderful Life by Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett, Frank Capra and Jo Swerling (Scarborough Players). Stage adaptation of the quintessential holiday film about the love story between George and Mary Bailey, which takes a turn when George is trapped by distressing circumstances while trying to do the right thing. Clarence, an endearing angel who is earning his wings, comes to his aid. Opens Dec 1 and runs to Dec 16. Thu-Sat 8 pm (no evening show Dec 16), mat Dec 3, 10 & 16 at 2 pm. $24. At Scarborough Village Theatre. Show Info.