Cheap Theatre for the Week of May 20th, 2019

Five Shows Under $25 in Toronto this Week

Live theatre shows in Toronto with ticket prices of $25 or less, playing the week of May 20th, 2019. All of these shows are perfect for the budget-conscious theatre enthusiast! Experience quality Toronto theatre without the strain on your wallet!

Paprika Theatre Festival. Aki Studios. Paprika Festival and Native Earth Performing Arts present the 18th edition of the annual youth-led performing arts festival. Following a year of professional theatre training and mentorship programs, Paprika Festival showcases creations from the next generation for one full week in Aki Studio. May 20-26, see website for schedule and more details. Pwyc $5-$20, pay-it-forward tickets $7, Indigenous Arts Program & Playwrights Unit readings free.

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Against Nature. The Citadel: Ross Centre for Dance. Citadel + Compagnie presents a music/dance/theatre pieces by James Kudelka, featuring original music by James Rolfe, libretto by Alex Poch-Goldin and inspired by a book of the same name by author Joris-Karl Huysmans. Opens May 22 and runs to Jun 1, Wed-Sat 8 pm. $20-$25, at eventbrite.ca

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Outside Looking In: Indigenous Youth Dance Show. Come and support Indigenous youth as they showcase dances they have been working hard to master since the fall. For our 2019 performance, we will have 150 youth onstage from 13 communities, representing four provinces and oneterritory from across Canada. May 23 at 11 am and 7 pm. $5-$25.

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Pivotal Moments — Relaxed Show. Al Green Theatre. PushPULL Dance Toronto presents a Relaxed Performance of Pivotal Moments, in addition to our full show. The Relaxed Performance will offer 10 dance numbers in a sensory-friendly, relaxed environment that we hope will be comfortable for neuro-diverse folks on the autism spectrum, people with sensory processing differences, or anyone who would like to see the show in an open and accepting setting. May 26 at 1 pm. Pwyc, with a suggested donation of $10. This show will be interpreted in ASL. The Al Green Theatre is a fully accessible space.

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PlayMe Past: Montgomery’s Inn. Montgomery’s Inn. by Rose Napoli, Marjorie Chan and Andrew Moodie (Expect Theatre/PlayME Podcast). This live radio drama features three short plays about three distinct historical periods at the Inn. The plays will be recorded live at Montgomery’s with the help of the audience creating sound effects. May 3, 10 and 24 at 7 pm. Free.

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