Previous Seasons

22.23 Season

a collage of season artists headshots - diverse and eclectic in various sizes and styles, on a red background with two vertical graphic white lines on each side framing them.

From left to right: Naomi Jaye, Christine Quintana, Molly MacKinnon, Shakeil Rollock, Tristan R Whiston, Moynan King, Suvendrini Lena, Marjorie Chan, Njo Kong Kie, Kanika Ambrose

“Over the past few years, we re-examined our relationship with the world and each other. Even as we return to in-person performances, the landscape has changed. One thing remains to be true: Theatre and art continue to fill our hearts and answer our need to connect, be seen and collectively witness. Sharing the stories of our communities, we continue to affirm the humanity of those not often represented on our stages and do so in the most innovative and accessible ways possible. By doing so, we create space for dialogue, bridges for connection and hope for a kinder, inclusive society.” — Marjorie Chan

21.22 Season

Photo credits |  From left to right: Bâtardes: Jules Bédard, Scored in Silence: Mark Pickthall, Crippled: Alick Tsui, Iphigenia and the Furies, Our Place, and Toka: Dahlia Katz

Over the past few years, we re-examined our relationship with the world and each other. Even as we return to in-person performances, the landscape has changed. One thing remains to be true: Theatre and art continue to fill our hearts and answer our need to connect, be seen and collectively witness. Sharing the stories of our communities, we continue to affirm the humanity of those not often represented on our stages and do so in the most innovative and accessible ways possible. By doing so, we create space for dialogue, bridges for connection and hope for a kinder, inclusive society.” — Marjorie Chan

20.21 Season

Ephemeral Artifacts | Photo Credit: Dhalia Katz

The 20.21 Season is the first season programmed by Artistic Director Marjorie Chan and featured 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.

18.19 Season

Pictured |  From left to right: Adam Paolozza, Augusto Bitter, Kevin Matthew Wong, Alicia Ault, Donna-Michelle St. Bernard

TPM celebrated its fiftieth year. 2018/2019 we took collaboration a step further, working with companies from across the country and beyond to bring you a variety of shows that speak to the values of Passe Muraille. Covering issues of identity, reconciliation, migration, togetherness, and our relationship to the natural world. We hosted shows examining the shifting relationships between performer and audience. And – of course – we continued our effort to make sure these stories are as accessible as possible through our commitment to access programs (including Relaxed Performances, Audio Description, and ASL Interpretation).

Current Season 23.24

Be sure to check out the programming for our current 23.24 Season!