Toka by Indrit Kasapi | A Theatre Passe Muraille and lemonTree creations Digital Co-Production

Video visual descriptions CW: Fake blood.

Video begins with a slow motion of a dancer, wearing a white knitted sweater with a red collar, turning. The scene cuts to hands, being washed in a bucket. A distressed man in a black jersey jacket is trying to wash something off his hands. Video intercuts between the dancer and the man. The man holds his hands up, it is dripping in blood. As drums disappear, the dancer stops and gazes at the camera. Her hair is messy from the movement and she is breathing. Video ends with brand logo and show information, available on our website here.

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.

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Written & Choreographed by

Indrit Kasapi

Directed & Dramaturged by

Cole Alvis

Additional Dramaturgy by

Marjorie Chan, Donna-Michelle St. Bernard

Set Design by

Andjelija Djuric

Lighting Design by

Melissa Joakim

Sound Design by

Maddie Bautista

Composition by

Kejd Kuqo

Costume Design by

Rachel Forbes

Head of Wardrobe

Joyce Padua

Sound Engineer

Kai Masaoka

Scenic Painter

Anna Treusch

Production Manager

Giuseppe Condello

Stage Manager & Script Supervisor

Kat Chin

Assistant Stage Manager

Malina Patel

Digital Producer & Editor

Ulla Laidlaw

Production Assistant & Camera Operator

Dorjee Shavo


Christopher Manousos

Kat Khan

Michael Caldwell

Nicole Joy-Fraser

Pulga Muchochoma

William Yong

Pink Poster of Toka. Female character holds both her hands forward, holding them together. stern.

Brand and Concept Design: Louis Duarte | Photography (poster): Dahlia Katz | Promo Photography: Peter Riddihough

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20.21 Sponsor TD Ready Commitment. Supporters Canada Council for the Arts, Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, Hal Jackman Foundation, Metcalfe Foundation