Five Shows Under $25 in Toronto this Week
Live theatre shows in Toronto with ticket prices of $25 or less, playing the week of February 11th, 2019. All of these shows are perfect for the budget-conscious theatre enthusiast! Experience quality Toronto theatre without the strain on your wallet!
The 40th Rhubarb Festival. Buddies in Bad Times Theatre. Buddies in Bad Times Theatre presents the 40th edition of Canada’s longest-running new works festival. Rhubarb transforms Buddies into a hotbed of experimentation, with artists exploring new possibilities in theatre, dance, music and performance art. Performances include Tobias Herzberg’s solo show Feygele; the AMY Project; A Trouble Of Queers, a cabaret presented by Bricks & Glitter; anime drag by Halifax company HEIST; and more. Feb 13-23. Wed-Sat 8 pm, Sun 2:30 pm. Evening pass $20, Emerging Creators Unit Presentations are pwyc; rush tickets pwyc.
Fish & Rum. Eglinton St. George’s United Church. Culchahworks presents a workshop presentation of a hybrid theatrical work, currently being developed by Culchahworks’ Artistic Director Andrew Craig, about the historical relationship between Newfoundland and Jamaica. Enjoy a staged reading of the script, along with music that forms when two cultures meet. Feb 16 at 2 pm. Free. Show Info.
Blood on the Dance Floor. Theatre Centre. ILBIJERRI Theatre Company presents a dance/theatre piece by Jacob Boehme as part of Progress Festival. Feb 13-15, Wed-Fri 8 pm. $25.
Creme De La Femme: Gettin’ Paid. Robert Gill Theatre. Unmarked Theatre presents a cabaret inviting new work by artists of every experience level discussing femininity and femme identity. Part comedy, part theatre, part burlesque, the aim is to create a radical, unapologetic and supportive environment to work through notions of femininity. This is a chance to try something, to wrestle with hard questions and to find community. Feb 16 at 7:30 pm. $20, advance $15.
An Evening with Eastman. The Citadel: Ross Centre for Dance. Citadel + Compagnie present a performance workshop featuring new work by wind in the leaves collective, based on the life & work of Black queer composer/dancer/musician Julius Eastman. Feb 16 at 8 pm. $10-$15. Show Info.