Who are we to each other?

May I take your arm? A Theatre Passe Muraille and Red Dress production co-production with the support of Common boots theatre. Image has a red background and an image of Alex smiling

June 14 – 26th

Blind artist Alex Bulmer takes the arm of people in her new neighbourhood. Together, they walk, listen, and share life stories — an architecture of place emerges. Experience their journeys through these multi-sensory moving-portraits that consider the past, illuminate the present, and evoke possible futures.

Originally created in 2018 as a live, interactive, performance installation, May I Take Your Arm? has been re-imagined into a 7-part multidisciplinary follow-at-home experience. 

June 24 – 26th

This edition of Ephemeral Artifacts is conceived as a 4 channel video, light and sonic installation on the outside of our historic building — and features Tap Dancer Travis Knights in a sustained state of reflection and gratitude toward The DaNcE* and the people who helped to shape it with their passion.

In doing so, this edition of Ephemeral Artifacts draws from ĀNANDAṀ’s interdisciplinary practices, and moves the “body” to the exterior of Theatre Passe Muraille building, a venue with a history and commitment to alternative theatre that reaches beyond spaces, even during its absence.

FREE (no tickets required). The TPM building will turn into an outdoor installation, illuminated every night from 9pm-11pm between June 24-26. We strongly encourage visitors to keep safe distances and follow public health & safety protocols as dictated by the province.

If you are able to, please consider donating to Theatre Passe Muraille. Your support makes it possible for us to plan ahead with confidence and support the exciting artists and companies that are part of our season.

TPM’s 20.21 Season is sponsored by TD Ready Commitment. The season is also supported by Canadian Heritage, Canada Council for the Arts, Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, Hal Jackman Foundation, The Catherine and Maxwell Meighen Foundation, Martin Atkinson Foundation at Toronto Foundation and Metcalfe Foundation