Our 21.22 season #RedDoorsOpen has completed its run! Please look out for our 22.23 season announcement at the end of June. Meanwhile, sign up for our newsletter to stay updated on all things TPM.
Photo credits | From left to right, Bâtardes: Jules Bédard, Scored in Silence: Mark Pickthall, Crippled: Alick Tsui, Iphigenia and the Furies, Our Place, and Toka: Dahlia Katz
This season, Theatre Passe Muraille is thrilled to be able to offer provocative, engaging works from Toronto and Beyond.
Toka by Indrit Kasapi , Directed by Cole Alvis — A Theatre Passe Muraille & lemonTree creations Digital Co-Production
Streaming Digitally April 20 – 23, 2022
Accessibility: Albanian Captioning, English Captioning, Audio description, and Digital Relaxed Performances are available. Please see show page for more info, or call our box office at 416-504-7529
Iphigenia and the Furies (On Taurian Land) by Ho Ka Kei (Jeff Ho) — A Saga Collectif, Architect Theatre & Theatre Passe Muraille Digital Co-Production
Running Digitally, February 23rd-26th, 2022
Accessibility: Audio descriptions, Relaxed Performances, and Captioned Performances are available. Please see show page for more info, or call our box office at 416-504-7529
May 3 – June 4, 2022 | Our brand new presentation festival, #BeyondTO will welcome three works from outside of Toronto, sharing perspectives rarely seen on stages. Tickets are on sale now!
Photo credits | Scored in Silence: Mark Pickthall, Crippled: Alick Tsui, Bâtardes: Jules Bédard
J MAR Electric's production of The Cave, presented by Luminato Festival Toronto, in association with Theatre Passe Muraille
The Cave, an acclaimed 75-minute cabaret, is as entertaining as it is dramatic and timely: a group of animals hide in a cave while a forest fire rages around them. They reflect on their impending doom and condemn the human race for evicting them from their homes. Details coming soon!
In order to remove barriers in our pricing, we will continue with our Pay What You Can Afford (PWYCA) model. We are offering three price points ($5, $25, and $50) so that a wide range of audiences are able to attend our 21.22 Season. We encourage audiences to make their own choices about what they can afford in order to experience theatre. Those purchasing at the $50 price point will do so with the understanding that their ticket price is helping to subsidize the $5 ticket price, and in doing so, making theatre more accessible for others.