The 20.21 Season is the first season programmed by Artistic Director Marjorie Chan and will feature a diverse range of form and artists, encompassing Theatre Passe Muraille’s spirit of supporting artists with unique visions. Interdisciplinary and intersectional, the programming is intentionally eclectic and drawn from a broad range of theatrical disciplines, bringing forward works from new music, arts and dance. Read the full announcement by clicking here.
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in Partnership with Theatre Passe Muraille
Paprika Festival, recognized as one of the most critical launching pads in Toronto’s theatre ecology for young and emerging artists, is thrilled to announce its 20th Anniversary Paprika Festival. This June, the Paprika Festival will feature a combination of filmed performance, audio recordings, and live-streamed events. Over 30 young and emerging artists will be showcased, offering an unparalleled look into the future of Canadian theatre.
Toka by Indrit Kasapi
A Theatre Passe Muraille & lemonTree creations Co-Production
Toka tells the story of siblings who wrestle with a long-standing land dispute that has resulted in generational death after death, and is threatening to come to a brutal climax. This startling work of physical theatre about modern-day blood feuds in post-Communist Albania, is delicate, evocative and heart-breaking.
This production has been postponed. Details TBC!
11:11 by Samson Bonkeabantu Brown
A Theatre Passe Muraille Digital Production
February 10 – 13, 2021
Where the spirit world and the real-world meet, lies a world unapologetically crafted and performed by critically acclaimed trans identified artist, Samson Bonkeabantu Brown. 11:11 explores the other side of fear through the eyes of a young, Black transman struggling to understand the ancestral messages saturating his dreams.
Speculation by Leslie Ting
A Theatre Passe Muraille and Leslie Ting Digital Co-Production in partnership with NUMUS
March 3 – 6, 2021
In Speculation, Leslie Ting, a former optometrist and now a professional violinist, presents a re-imagining of this theatrical concert, taking the audience through witnessing her mother’s loss of vision, and eventual passing. Created through projections and music from both Beethoven & John Cage, this new online experience features experimental film and a collective performance of Cage’s 4’33”.
11:11, Toka, May I Take Your Arm? Photo Credit: Dahlia Katz | Speculation Photo Credit: Melissa Sung | Ephemeral Artifacts Photo Credit: Damian Siqueiros | Paprika Photo Credit: Julie Phan & Dinaly Tran
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