Five Shows Under $25 in Toronto this Week
Live theatre shows in Toronto with ticket prices of $25 or less, playing the week of June 19th, 2018. Perfect for the budget-conscious theatre-goer. This week’s offerings include Goth Drag, self-discovery, and nuanced looks at conflicts. Check them out below the cut:
Dark Day Monday 04: Self-Recovery. Dark Day Monday is a curated monthly performance series featuring artists who defy expectations and break boundaries. This month’s feature artist, d’bi.young anitafrika, has been developing a methodology that focusses on artistic Self-Recovery called the Anitafrika Method. The theme of this upcoming Dark Day Monday is Self-Recovery, exploring the use of art as a tool for self-recovery. Jun 18 at 6 pm. $15. At Burdock. Show Info.
I Don’t F*ck With You: The Goth Drag Musical. Buddies’ Queer Pride Festival presents a musical celebration of the emo, the too much, the not enoughs & wearing black as a way of life. Starring Simone S., Phi Tran Trinh, Kae, gothMuslim & MK Whitel. Jun 19 at 9 pm. Pwyc, adv $10. At Buddies in Bad Times Theatre. Show Info.
Naked City Stories. Stories of the terrible beauty and awful truth about the city of Toronto with Megan Fahlenbock, Gare Joyce & guests. Jun 19 at 9:15 pm. $5. At The Social Capital Theatre. Show Info.
Women from the Future. Roles 4 Women presents a new performance work that merges stand-up comedy with storytelling, ancestral investigations, experimental sound and visuals, and space. Starring Catherine Falkner, Tina Pearson, Wendi Smallwood and Liz Solo. Previews Jun 21, opens Jun 22 and runs to Jun 24, Thu-Sat 8 pm. $15-$25, preview pwyc. Talk back with the artists: following Saturday June 23rd performance. At Factory Theatre. Show Info.
Two Birds One Stone. Natasha Greenblatt and Rimah Jabr present and perform their fictional documentary play, an exploration of the whistories of a Palestinian Muslim and a Jewish Canadian and the forces that push the women together. Previews Jun 21, opens Jun 22 and runs to Jun 30, Tue-Sat 8 pm, Sun 2:30 pm. $5-$50 pwyc (no one turned away). At Tarragon Theatre. Show Info.