Developed in Residency at The Theatre Centre, Broken Shapes is a collaborative hybrid performance constructed of visual installations, videos, and performance. We connected with co-creators Rimah Jabr and Dareen Abbas during rehearsal to talk about notions of space, blurred lines between grief and healing, and the process of bringing Broken Shapes to fruition.Continue reading
Thank you, Ontario Trillium Foundation!
Recognizing the OTF’s integral contribution to helping us stay afloat during our 2021/22 programming year through the Community Building Fund.Continue reading
Award-winning ensemble TallBoyz II Men take the stage at Comedy is Art 2022
Running from October 25-29, 2022, Comedy is Art showcases some of the best comedians in the city, sending a clear message: Comedy is art!Continue reading
Alanna Mitchell reflects on eight years of Sea Sick
Award-winning journalist and performer Alanna Mitchell reflets on eight years of her acclaimed show Sea Sick as it returns to The Theatre Centre for the first time since 2018.Continue reading
Thank you to the Slaight Family Foundation for an incredible gift!
The Theatre Centre is grateful to be a part of The Slaight Initiative, a $15 million gift to 22 Canadian theatre companies to help the performing arts industry recover from pandemic-related closures.Continue reading
Unveiling our 22/23 Programming Year!
The Theatre Centre unveils new work with a packed 22/23 programming year: Broken Shapes, Sea Sick, Comedy is Art, Loss, and so much more.Continue reading
You’re invited to our next community meal!
Stop by at noon on August 10 to celebrate this year’s Patrick Conner Awards and find out what’s in store for our 22/23 programming year.Continue reading