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    World Premiere: Okay, you can stop now

    Theatre Passe Muraille in coproduction with  Shakeil Rollock  and in association with b current performing arts presents OKAY, YOU CAN STOP NOW Created and choreographed by Shakeil Rollock Toronto, Ont. – Kicking off our Winter 2023 programming at Theatre Passe Muraille is Okay, you can stop now, from creator  choreographer Shakeil Rollock.  On the Mainstage from February 4 to 11…

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    World Premiere: Miriam’s World

    Theatre Passe Muraille transforms into a library for the premiere of the multi-screen film installation and immersive experience by Tremendous Productions MIRIAM’S WORLD “We, the public libraries of Toronto, lend books to any person living, studying, or working in the city of Toronto. We discourage all our patrons from urinating indiscriminately, singing loudly, snoring, drying socks on the heating vents,…

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    World Premiere: our place

    “if you don’t know about it, you better be about it and ask about it!” Cahoots Theatre and Theatre Passe Muraille present the world premiere of OUR PLACE By Kanika Ambrose With direction by Sabryn Rock Starring Virgilia Griffith, Sophia Walker, Pablo Ogunlesi and Tremaine Nelson Toronto, ON – Following its season opener, The Year of the Cello, Theatre Passe…

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    Meet the Bob Nasmith Innovation Backspace

    Introducing Theatre Passe Muraille’s newly renovated Bob Nasmith Innovation Backspace Toronto, ON — Theatre Passe Muraille (TPM) is pleased to open the newly renovated Bob Nasmith Innovation Backspace for our 22.23 season thanks to receiving a $142,600 Resilient Communities Fund grant in 2021 from Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF), an agency of the Government of Ontario. The funds were used to…

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    Our new tri-leadership structure

    Theatre Passe Muraille announces Michelle Knight as incoming Managing Director, Revenue and Strategy; unveils new collaborative leadership structure Toronto, ON – With the start of their 22.23 season around the corner, Theatre Passe Muraille is thrilled to  welcome Michelle Knight as the incoming Managing Director, Revenue & Strategy and to announce a new collaborative tri-leadership structure. This new structure will…

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    World Premiere: The Year of the Cello

    “The Cello, relentless, eternal, infinite in its beauty. I want to drown in its sound” Theatre Passe Muraille and Music Picnic present the world premiere of THE YEAR OF THE CELLO Co-created by Marjorie Chan and Njo Kong Kie | Featuring Rong Fu with cellists Bryan Holt and Brendan Rogers | On stage in the Passe Muraille Backspace October 15 – 29…

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    Theatre Passe Muraille announces a soul-stirring, eclectic 22.23 season

    Aluna Theatre’s fifth edition of the RUTAS Festival World premiere of THE YEAR OF THE CELLO, co-created by Marjorie Chan and Njo Kong Kie World premiere of OUR PLACE by Kanika Ambrose World premiere of MIRIAM’S WORLD by Naomi Jaye World premiere of OKAY, YOU CAN STOP NOW by Shakeil Rollock World premiere of RUBBLE by Suvendrini Lena Toronto premiere…

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    Call for a Director of Revenue and Financial Strategy

    During the pandemic, Theatre Passe Muraille has shown innovation and resilience by creating new processes and gaining capacity that will inspire and empower the company into the future. Among the evolutions at TPM, we are in the midst of a Backspace renovation that will transform this space into a Digital Creation Hub that will broaden our audience, and provide countless opportunities for…

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    Theatre Passe Muraille presents #BeyondTO

    Theatre Passe Muraille opens the Big Red Doors for the New Presentation Festival #BeyondTO, May 5 – June 4 Featuring Scored in Silence (UK), Crippled (St. Johns) and Bâtardes (Montreal) Toronto, ON – Theatre Passe Muraille is set to re-open their big red doors this spring with the new presentation series #BeyondTO. This ‘mini festival’ features three pieces that explore the breadth…

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    Announcing the world premiere of Toka

    “You should be angry. We should all be angry. My son is dead.  And for what? For a piece of land.” (From l to r) Riley Sims, Christopher Manousos, Indrit Kasapi, William Yong, and Nicole Joy-Fraser |  Photo by Brian Medina lemonTree creations and Theatre Passe Muraille present the world premiere of Toka, a digital production. Written and Choreographed by Indrit…