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Primarily a playwright's theatre. Its mandate is to develop, encourage and produce new work from all parts of Canada. All resources, programs and facilities are exclusive.
A full repertory company dedicated to artistic excellence offering theatre classics with the highest professional standards.
Theatre company provides review of the moment, latest news, programs and awards and nominations info.
Promotes study of theatre is as important subject which develops critical thinking, communication skills, team-building, self-confidence, and discipline. Offers programs suitable for all grade levels.
Dedicated to creating a network among national and international venues for the professional development of artists, the presentation of their work and the exchange of ideas.
Provides a season of four plays available to subscribers and the general public.
Keeps the theatre vital and meaningful by examining subjects, which are compelling, challenging and relevant, and by taking bold initiatives with our music, movement and designs.
Produces shows, along with drama workshops, cabarets, revues, and performances for a variety of local institutions such as the Markham Fair, the Markham Public Library, Participation House, the Markham District Heritage Museum, the Fred Varley Art Gallery, and seniors and service clubs.
North Toronto's premier musical theatre. Features large casts (25-45 performers), full orchestras, professional lighting and set design, and outstanding costuming. Performs all over Toronto at seniors’ homes, hospitals, and for civic, private and corporate functions.
Provides the tools to re-create socially relevant musical theatre performances in your school and community.
Shakespeare festivals in Newmarket, information about ArtsReach, Youth Theatre Conservatory and Shakespeare Educational Outreach Program.
The theatre group provides plays synopsis, season schedule and other information.
This community theatre group provides a balance of quality shows and a chance for amateur actors and theatre crew to show their talent.
Canada's oldest continuous stage combat school and production company promotes action-motivated theatre and the art of stage combat by training actors, stunt people, directors, and stage management in the art of theatrical violence. The studio has a fight instructor, fight director and choreographer.
Focused on development, production and presentation of Canadian plays, which provoke, challenge, question and empower the audience.
Theater that also plays charitable organization role, with professionally audited statements annually and now receives funding and support from the Ontario Arts Council, The Toronto Arts Council and The LaidLaw Foundation
Provides the community with professional-quality theatre at community prices.
Produces and presents artistic performances that bring people of all races and backgrounds together, provoke thought, inspire hope, and create understanding in a unique experience inspired by the diverse cultural traditions of Broadway, Dance, and Childrens Programming.
Group of young people who want to provide more quality opportunities for other young people to learn about theatre.
Non-profit Scarborough community theatre group, celebrating its 24st anniversary. 600 artists, arts groups, teachers and classes in all arts disciplines. Produces art shows, library displays, competitions, an annual arts tour and much more.
Theatre locations and attraction info in the city of Markham.
Since 1967, East Side Players is a community theatre company who present engaging, affordable shows in a comfortable space and offer people the opportunity to take part in productions.
Established in 1995, Nightswimming is a dramaturgical theatre company that develops new plays, performance works and dance, but does not produce them itself.
Founded in 2002, Mirateca Arts is an organization created to enhance individual, team and organizational productivity in the arts and entertainment world.
West End Studio Theatre is an award winning community theatre club also offering in-house classes that encourages people of all ages to enjoy the experience of theatre and film ranging from ages 6 through adult.
Theatre Asylum produces thought provoking theatre by and about women, and Jewish identity, from the inter/national repertoire.
AfriCan Theatre Ensemble is a not-for-profit theatre organization with charitable status whomake African theatre accessible to the public through performances of old and new creations, workshops and staged productions of plays originating from or inspired by Africa.
Springboard Productions produces theatre by new artists to provide the opportunity to be seen by Torontonians.
The Canadia dell Arte Theatre Troupe is a non-profit professional theatre company producing mostly original works.
April Productions poduces plays that reflect the contemporary Canadian cultural fabric and that search for the connections between modern and classical, Canadian and international theatre.
Actors Repertory Company is a non-profit, artist-driven organization of actors from various age groups and backgrounds who present exciting, provocative theatre from the international repertoire that is rarely produced in Toronto.
Amicus Productions a non-profit, volunteer theatre organization creating good theatre in a friendly and democratic spirit.
Alumnae Theatre is a theatre company presenting the best in classic and contemporary plays and provide opportunities for women in theatre.
BirdLand Theatre is a non-profit performing arts company, offering intensive actor training and outreach programs.
Bluemouth Inc. is a not-for-profit performance collective committed to furthering the growth of interdisciplinary art in Canada and the United States.
Corpus creates original work for audiences of all ages, using precise and surrealist humour that combines contemporary dance and physical theatre.
With over 50 years of experience, Equity Showcase Theatre provide a range of training, professional development and performance opportunities to professional actors, and directors.
Teach kids about integration arts through the use of Forum Theatre or Theatre of the Oppressed.
A company that does plays and mythic themes, has a list of producers and there profile.
Theatre based on clowns and terror/horror. The people who go there have their own world called Ummo, named after their god Ummo and speak their own language. Provides pictures and resumes in detail about all their shows.
A not-for-profit community theatre company who stage plays and musicals. Includes current season schedule, with audition calls.
Produces inter-disciplinary performances which explore modern urban life, educate and entertain. Outlines current projects, and includes company news.
Stages annual family musicals presented at the Elgin Theatre in Toronto. View past season, current events, and history.
Stretches the boundaries of the human experience through theatre and is known for its dramatic risks. Stages challenging contemporary works, and has helped to develop several new Canadian plays.
A not-for-profit organization focused on performing contemporary Canadian and international theatre geared towards emerging artists. Includes audition and hiring information, as well as upcoming shows.
A hotel with a theatrical venue, staging a variety of entertainment including plays, musicals, big bands and tribute bands. Provides upcoming events and ticket information.
A professional French-language theatre presenting repertoire as well as new work. Encourages local talent by regularly creating plays by Franco-Ontarian and Toronto artists, in addition to classical and other contemporary works.
A not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing theatre experiences to young people across Toronto. Lists upcoming productions and audition schedules and locations.
A collaboration specializing in Caribbean performances and text. Includes current production and ticket information.
A collaborative women's company. Information about shows, fundraisers, tickets, contacts, writing submissions and youth programs.
A company founded 1997 to bring plays from the world repertoire to Toronto audiences, specifically plays that highlight cultures which constitute Canada's mosaic. Includes current season and their outreach program.
A not-for-profit group of Toronto artists performing locally-written musicals, with some unusual traditions. Event proceeds are donated to charity.
An artistically driven professional theatre company, educating the public and deepening their understanding of the artistic process. Includes information about their stage productions, new play development, workshops and residencies.
The Curtain Club is a volunteer community theatre group, made up of over 150 members, who contribute towards the production of 5 plays during each season. Membership involves participating on productions and committees and attending shows and special events for free.
A source for theatre information in greater Toronto, featuring news, interviews, photo galleries, and a directory of theatres and current productions.
Offers a mix of the Irish classics, contemporary Irish scripts and two original plays by young Irish American playwrights. Provides coming season schedule and festival information.
Develops original works within an artist-driven environment. Provides a brief history of the company and their past, current and upcoming projects.
Uxperience is a group of people from the community who volunteer their time by singing, dancing, performing skits, playing music, or helping backstage as they come together to put on an annual variety show to raise funds for local charities. Features a unique non-audition format where anybody and everybody are invited to join.
An experimental theatre company who explore compelling social and artistic territories in innovative ways.
Sets and lighting designer for productions of theatre, dance and performance art. Provides resume which includes stagings in Canada and international sites.
An ensemble committed to theatrical storytelling and to support the collective theatre experience. Features their current production and company news.
The Alexander Singers and Players is a community theatre company that has been producing high quality productions since 1988. The company has performed Broadway musicals, stage plays and operetta. The company has an educational mandate to foster new talent both on stage and behind the scenes. Auditions are open to performers at all levels.