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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…

  • 2021-2022,  media

    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…

  • 2021-2022,  media

    Announcing Iphigenia & The Furies (On Taurian Land)

    TORONTO, ON — Theatre Passe Muraille is re-opening our doors with a new production of the critically acclaimed Iphigenia and The Furies (On Taurian Land) by Ho Ka Kei (Jeff Ho), a contemporary transformation of an ancient myth that demands our generation must write a new narrative for these times. Virgilia Griffith and Paula-Jean Prudat  | Photo by Dahlia Katz  “It…

  • 2021-2022,  media

    TPM ANNOUNCES THE 21.22 SEASON, #RedDoorsOpen

    Updates (January 23) Iphigenia and the Furies (on Taurian Land) has been postponed to February 23-26th, and it will now be a digital production. our place has been postponed to our 22.23 season. TORONTO, ON — Theatre Passe Muraille presents shows in-person, the brand new #BeyondTO Festival, a digital production, and much more. “At TPM, we’re not ‘back’. We never…

  • 2020-2021

    From the artists: May I Take Your Arm?

    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…