by Joan MacLeod
Apr 24–May 13, 2018
Gracie’s world is full of faith and family, but as a fifteen year-old in a polygamous community, she feels increasing pressure to conform. With deep empathy and compassion, the playwright takes us into young Gracie’s world, where we discover what it’s like to grow up in an uncommon environment.
How Black Mothers Say I Love You
by Trey Anthony
March 6–25, 2018
Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation.
What A Young Wife Ought To Know
by Hannah Moscovitch
Jan 16–Feb 4, 2018
Set in Ottawa in the 1920s, this story takes us into the lives and bedrooms of women nearly a century ago, repressed by lack of sexual education and freedom. A powerful play by Ottawa’s award-winning playwright Hannah Moscovitch.
by Rebecca Northan
Nov 28–Dec 17, 2017
When Mimi’s date for the evening fails to show up, one willing audience member is invited to step into his shoes! What happens next is a thrilling, unscripted theatrical adventure offering a unique experience for the artist and audience each night! Adults only, please.
by Adam Gwon
Oct 31–Nov 19, 2017
This contemporary musical is for anyone who’s ever struggled to appreciate the simple things in a complex situation. It’s about embracing change and choosing hope in the Big Apple.
You Are Happy
by Rébecca Déraspe
Sept 21–Oct 8, 2017
Determined to help her brother find some kind of happiness, Bridget searches grocery stores looking for his potential wife. A dark comedy about millennial love, sibling loyalty, conformity and an uncomfortably close shave.