Presented by: paul watson productions and Theatre Passe Muraille
Created by: Liza Paul and Bahia Watson.
Thurs. March 28, 2019 @ 9:00pm
MASHUP is a futuristic, gyalarific, feministic, bashment circus. coming with their signature blend of gleeful irreverence and too real talk, your ringmasters bahia and liza invite you under their tent for a one-night-only variety extravaganza, showcasing a tight selection of songs and sketches kissed with a freaky vaudeville vibe. full of fun and featuring a motley troupe of wildly talented guest acts, this is sure to be the bestest show.
come one, come all. welcome to di circus.
Produced by: Anandam Dancetheatre in partnership with Theatre Passe Muraille.
Curated by: Brandy Leary/xLq/HSE
Fri. March 29, 2019
More dancing, more awesome. Part cabaret, part performance installation, part immersive environment, completely fun!
Combining the energy of a rock concert in an evening of dance, Body Brake freely and irreverently mixes popular, classical and contemporary styles into a large performance party that holds the dancing body in a curious and politically charged spectrum.
Where else can you see Aerial, Contemporary, Ballet, Post Contemporary, Burlesque, Tap, African, Indian, Street Dance, Bondage Performance Art, Parkour and more all in one evening?
The FINAL Songbook Series
Facilitated and hosted by:
The Family Band
Fri. Jan. 11, 2019 @ 8:00pm
Vol. 20: The Best Of
At the Songbook Series, we celebrate the work of an artist, group, era or style that had a significant impact on our musical history–and we have for the last eight years. On January 11, we’re going to close the series with our 20th volume, celebrating the best we’ve had to offer!
Hosted by the Family Band, we invite a variety of musicians from all disciplines to re-imagine that music in their own way. If you’ve ever performed before, we’d love to have you back to share that work once again. Come for the greatest hits of the last eight years!
Dark Day Monday
& Wes Babcock
Wed. Jan. 16, 2019 @ 8:00pm
Dark Day Monday is a curated monthly performance series featuring artists who defy expectations and break boundaries. We seek out acts that explore, play, and fuck with performance forms or genres.
Dark Day Monday is focused on representing diverse performance talent from all genres and disciplines. We want to see something different. We prioritize featuring BIPOC, LGBTQAI++ and 2S performers and content. We want to showcase talent from all of Toronto’s creative communities, not just the ones who feel at home on traditional stages. We are a socially conscious event, and have a zero tolerance policy for racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, and other forms of hatred.