Toka by Indrit Kasapi | A lemonTree creations and Theatre Passe Muraille Digital Co-Production
three performers from Toka stand sideways, in front of one another staring daringly onwards.
Photo Credit: Dahlia Katz

Toka tells the story of siblings who wrestle with a long-standing land dispute. In turn, the cycle results in generational death after death. Delicate, evocative and heart-breaking, this startling work of physical theatre is about modern-day blood feuds in post-Communist Albania. Below is the play’s information featuring the show runs, venue and where to buy tickets.

Show Runs

April 20 to 23 at 7:30PM.

April 23 at 2:00PM.


This is a digital presentation. 

A pre-show instruction email will be sent closer to the show date.


Pay What You Can Afford between three price points:

$5 | $25 | $50

Audio Described shows

Audio described streams will be available on April 21, 7:30pm and April 23, 7:30pm. To book tickets, you can call 416.504.7529, e-mail us at or purchase online on this website. *Tickets for a support person is free.

What are Audio Described Performances?

Audio Described Performances offer patrons who are Blind or Low Vision companion pieces to the shows. In turn, these companion piece outlines the events happening onstage such as relevant sets, costumes and non-verbal actions. In addition to this, TPM also explores non-traditional and experimental forms of audio description.

For Toka, TPM is offering non-traditional audio described performances. The shows featuring Audio Description will run on April 21 at 7:30pm & April 23 at 7:30pm. The feature audio describer is Cole Alvis.

More on Toka

You should be angry. We should all be angry. My son is dead. And for what? For a piece of land.


Toka is a digital relaxed run, and all shows will have a post-show Q&A. Learn more about the show!

From idea, to the stage, to the screen!

The answer to the question “How?” is the reason why I started writing Toka (then The Blood Cycle). 

How does one get out of a generational blood feud? 

Indrit Kasapi and William Yong are choreographing in a beautiful bright studio. The photo captures a moment when Indrit strucks his arm upwards as William smiles

Albanian captions

The team of TOKA smiles in a group photo on the stage. They're all smiling and the stage is leaned forward, with red marks and scratches across them.

Albanian captions will be available on April 23 at 2:00pm Toronto time!

As this is a digital production you can tune in from anywhere in the world.

If you have any inquiries and would like to speak to someone in Albanian, please contact our community partners at the Albanian Film Association (AFA).

TPM's 21.22 year is sponsored by TD, TD Ready Commitment, BMO and supported by the government of Canada, Canada Council for the arts, Ontario arts council, Toronto arts council, Ontario trillium foundation and the Martin Atkinson foundation at Toronto foundation.