Theatre this Week: March 11 – 17

These are the plays to see in Toronto for the week of March 11th – 17th, 2019.


March 12 - 31

Sook-Yin Lee, in hybrid documentary-performance, invites you to untangle the anxieties and taboos that makes some art acceptable and some not. The multi-media performer and broadcaster asks questions like when is censorship generative or destructive and when is it necessary? Read Navigating Art and Censorship.

At Canadian Stage until March 31st. For tickets and more information, click here.


March 11 - 16

Crystal Pite and Jonathon Young bring us a new dance/theatre experience about corruption, farce and the forces of radical change. As dialogue and dance come in and out of alignment, Revisor is moved by its own opposing internal forces to create a theatrical expression of startling depth and complexity.

At Canadian Stage until March 16th. For tickets and more information, click here.


March 11 - 17

Floyd flees through the Rockies to escape the RCMP after he becomes the prime suspect in a workplace accident. As he travels through towards the Pacific, Floyd looks back on his childhood, meets some unlikely companions, and undergoes a startling transformation.

At Factory Theatre until March 17th. For tickets and more information, click here.