Five Shows Under $25 in Toronto this Week
Live theatre shows in Toronto with ticket prices of $25 or less, playing the week of April 1st, 2019. All of these shows are perfect for the budget-conscious theatre enthusiast! Experience quality Toronto theatre without the strain on your wallet!
The Shoe Project: Finding Home. George Ignatieff Theatre. Presented by the Shoe Project & PEN Canada. A diverse group of women weave powerful stories of why they left their homes to search for a better life. Mar 31-Apr 2, Sun 2 pm, Tue 7:30 pm. $20, stu $15.
Vanguardia Dance Festival. Aki Studio. Vanguardia Dance Projects presents “An Artistic Conversation of People, Origins and Disciplines”. The 5th edition of this bi-annual showcase offers a curated selection of interdisciplinary dance performances, workshops, a panel discussion and video dance screenings. Featured artists include Mateo Galindo Torres (Colombian-Indigenous), Robyn Macdonald (Canadian), charles c smith (Black), Julieta Maria (Colombian-Palestinian), Charissa Wilcox (Canadian), Coman Poon (Chinese-Canadian settler/immigrant), Olga Barrios (Colombian) and others. April 2-6, performances Thu-Sat 8 pm ($25, stu/srs/arts workers $18); video dance screenings Tue 7 pm and Fri 5 pm (pwyc, $5 suggested minimum). In the Aki Studio at Daniels Spectrum.
The Most Humorous And Tragic Tale Of William Shakespeare’s Shakespeare. The Redwood. Now I am Dead Productions presents a comedic tragedy by Liam Edward Grunté that offers a grounded vision of William Shakespeare: Not of his plays nor his reputation, rather just him as a friend, him as a father, him as a husband, him as a human being. Opens Apr 3 and runs to Apr 6, Wed-Sat 8 pm, mat Wed 1 pm. $20, stu/srs/arts worker $15, Wed evening pwyc.
Contemporaneity 3.0. Winchester Street Theatre. CONTEMPORANEITY 3.0 is a new presenting series by Anandam Dancetheatre in partnership with Toronto Dance Theatre, featuring new works and works-in-progress by artists practicing in Asian, African, Latin American, Arab and Indigenous dance forms. Apr 3-6, Wed-Sat 8 pm. $25, student/senior/arts worker $20, Wednesday (preview) $10.
The Shimmering Verge. Theatre Français Studio 21. Molly Peacock presents a solo show in poems, featuring readings by local poets in celebration of National Poetry Month. The play will be performed in double bill with readings from a selection of dynamic Toronto page and stage poets. Opens Apr 4 and runs to Apr 13, Thu-Sat 8 pm. $15-$25.
Listings Primarily Based on NOW! Stage Listings