Theatre this Week: March 18 – 24

These are the plays to see in Toronto for the week of March 18th – 24th, 2019.

New Magic Valley Fun Town

March 18 - 31

Daniel MacIvor’s play follows Cape Brentoner Dougie as he reunites with his childhood pal, Allen. They spend a boisterous night of laughter, drinking and memories as the evening goes on, the old friends are forced to confront realities of who – and what – they really are.

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


Crying Hands

March 20 - 24

A docudrama that follows the story of Hans’ fate as a deaf political prisoner in Sachsenhausen, and later his struggle to survive the Auschwitz concentration camp. With four of Norway’s most dynamic actors, it is performed in both ASL and English.

At Theatre Passe Muraille until March 24th. For tickets and more information, click here.


Isitwendam

March 18 - 31

A fusion of western and Indigenous storytelling that includes Ancient Indigenous Sign Language, drumming, dance, and song, that tells the story of a young man whose journey leads to a discovery about the father he loathed and lost, and an awakening of himself and his generation.

At Native Earth Performing Arts until March 31st. For tickets and more information, click here.