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Sultans of String

Sultans of String

The fiery multicultural rhythms of Sultans of String will be sharing the stage with The Symphony on the Bay – creating the ultimate crossover performance of world and orchestral music.


South Korean illusionists will boggle the mind with their impressive powers of magic and spectacle while using sleight of hand, comedy, storytelling and ingenious visual effects.

The Code

The Code

Hot topic issue -cyberbullying- is the cornerstone of this riveting play that explores the ramifications of unrequited love and cruel social media presence.

Bouge de là: The 26 Letter Dance

Bouge de la

Letters are introduced on stage using dance, costumes, lighting and props and it’s the job of the audience to identify the letters or words!

TheaterWorksUSA: Dog Man The Musical

Based on the best-selling series by Dan Pilkey, best buds George and Harold write a musical starring their favourite crime-fighting character – Dog Man.

Confessions of a Fairy’s Daughter

Balancing intimacy, family history and humour, this one-woman show tells the story of growing up with a gay father in the 1980s.



Combining clowning, slapstick, music and acrobatics, four artists get a surprise of a lifetime after waking up to see that their audience is already waiting for them.

Kaha:wi Dance Theatre: The Mush Hole

The Mush Hole

Through dance, music and multi-media/projection, The Mush Hole is a haunting portrayal of the impact of the Mohawk Institute Residential School on two generations of survivors.

Study Guide

Study guide written by Santee Smith and Marjie Chud for Young People’s Theatre.

Llama Llama – Live!

This musical, based on the bestselling series, will showcase familiar characters such as Baby Llama and Mama Llama plus some wonderful toys that are ready to sing and dance.

For more information on school performances, education, student workshops and events contact Erica Charles, Community Engagement Coordinator.


905-681-2551 x 6302

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