These are the plays to see in Toronto for the week of February 4th – 10th, 2019.
February 11 - March 3
Winner of the 2014 Molière Award for France’s Best Play, is arguably the greatest play ever written about dementia. It’s a deeply affecting look at the realities of Alzheimer’s and being cared by loved ones who you no longer recognize.
February 11 - 24
Ravi Jain’s production features a cross-cultural, gender flipped cast, challenging the idea of who gets to tell this story. Combining both spoken word and American Sign Language this retelling creates a fully integrated experience for both hearing and Deaf audiences.
February 13 - 23
Rhubarb returns for a 40th year as Canada’s longest-running new works festival. See experimental creative works like, “How Was Your Day Honey?” and Everything Else I’m Afraid Of, Wasp and Hold It, Squeeze It, Sing To It Etc.