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Tarragon Theatre announces exhilarating 24-25 season

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/By / Apr 18, 2024

Tarragon Theatre has announced its 53rd season, brimming with local premieres, new plays, and exciting co-productions.

“It’s an exciting moment for Tarragon as we champion the breadth of powerful artists that create,

explore and premiere beautiful stories that speak to today’s world,” said artistic director Mike Payette in a press release. “In the 24-25 season, we are steadfast in our mission of inviting audiences to undiscovered worlds in a season that welcomes back and introduces groundbreaking Canadian storytellers on and off the stage. We look forward to a year

of laughter, passion and heart in this unforgettable collection of stories.”

Tickets and subscriptions are available on the Tarragon website.


A Spontaneous Theatre creation
By Rebecca Northan and Bruce Horak with music by Ellis Lalonde

October 3-27, 2024 | Mainspace

When three goblins discover a copy of the Complete Works of William Shakespeare, they endeavour to take over a theatre and put on Macbeth. Blending together comedy, tragedy, and improv, GOBLIN:MACBETH is a fresh take on a Shakespearean classic.

Interior Design

A Tarragon Theatre production
Written by Rosa Laborde
Directed by Kat Sandler

October 15 – November 10, 2024, 2024 | Extraspace

This world premiere comedy watches the fallout of an intervention between a group of girlfriends. Interior Design is a Tarragon commission.


A Tarragon Theatre and Modern Times Stage Company co-production
In association with Theatre ARTaud

Written by Rouvan Silogix and Rafeh Mahmud
Directed by Mike Payette
November 19 – December 15, 2024 | Mainspace

Two couples shelter from a late-night storm. Chaos — helped by the flow of alcohol — ensues.

The Wolf in the Voice

A Tarragon Theatre production in association with Nightswimming
Created by Martin Julien and Brian Quirt

February 4-23, 2025 | Extraspace

This is a trio about trios. Neema Bickersteth, Jane Miller, and Taurian Teelucksingh trade stories and songs about their lives as singers, uncovering the mystery of The Wolf in the Voice.


A Tarragon Theatre production
Written by Guillermo Verdecchia
Directed by Soheil Parsa
April 1-27, 2025 | Mainspace

Can one ever truly be full? Playwright Verdecchia offers a look at a chaotic world with mile-high stakes.


A Tarragon Theatre production
Created and performed by Kevin Matthew Wong
Directed by Mike Payette
April 8 – May 4, 2025 | Extraspace

When Kevin gets a phone call out of the blue, asking him to create a play about Hakka identity for seniors in Markham, everything changes.

After the Rain

A Tarragon Theatre and Musical Stage Company co-production
Supported by the Bulmash-Siegel Foundation
Written by Rose Napoli and Suzy Wilde
Directed by Marie Farsi
May 27 – June 22, 2025 | Mainspace

A musical about the healing power of music, After the Rain follows Suzie, of famous parentage and stupid boyfriendage.

Aisling Murphy

Aisling Murphy

Aisling is Intermission's senior editor and an award-winning arts journalist with bylines including the Toronto Star, NEXT Magazine, CTV News Toronto, and Maclean's. She likes British playwright Sarah Kane, most songs by Taylor Swift, and her cats, Fig and June.



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