A Million Billion Pieces captures the intensity of young love in a complex world
Young People’s Theatre presents the world premiere of A Million Billion Pieces, written by David James Brock and directed by Philip Akin. The play explores the intensity of teenage love, with the added stakes of a rare, terminal disease.
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Exploring grave subject matter, The Wager is topical and informative
Theatre Gargantua presents The Wager, now playing at Theatre Passe Muraille. Combining vignettes, storytelling, movement, and original music, this show presents a series of meditations on the human capacity for belief. The lessons provided by The Wager allow for deeper understanding of some of our most pressing current events.
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Comedy revue highlights professional and emerging talent, playing monthly in Toronto
RICE is Toronto’s monthly all-star Asian comedy revue hosted by Vong Show. RICE makes for a very fun and (particularly if you’re Asian) relatable evening out.
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“Knives in Hens” is a Dynamic, Effective and Engaging Production of a Thought-Provoking Script
Coal Mine Theatre kicks off its 2019-2020 season with an absorbing, delightfully tense production of Knives in Hens, directed by Leora Morris.
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