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True North: a concert of Canada (Soulpepper on 42nd Street)
Opening on Canada’s 150th Birthday (July 1, 2017) this concert will use beloved Canadian songs as the spine of an examination into the values of a nation on its birthday.
Kim's Convenience (Soulpepper on 42nd Street)
Written by Ins Choi, Directed by Weyni Mengesha, Designed by Ken MacKenzie, Thomas Ryder Payne, and Lorenzo Savoini. The most successful new Canadian play of the last decade,
- set in a family-run Korean variety store - is a hilarious and heartwarming ode to generations of immigrants who have made Canada the country that it is.
Of Human Bondage (Soulpepper on 42nd Street)
Written by Vern Thiessen, Directed by Albert Schultz and Designed by Erika Connor, Mike Ross, and Lorenzo Savoini. W. Somerset Maugham's epic tale of lustful obsession and the pursuit of art is adapted for the stage for the first time anywhere. This highly theatrical production is the most awarded show in Toronto history, winning Dora Awards (Toronto’s Tony) for Best Production, Best Play, Best Direction, Best Set Design, Best Sound Design, Best Lighting Design and Best Ensemble performance.
Spoon River (Soulpepper on 42nd Street)
Adapted from Edgar Lee Masters’
Spoon River Anthology
by Mike Ross and Albert Schultz, Composed by Mike Ross, Directed by Albert Schultz and Designed by Ken MacKenzie. "Is your soul alive? Then let it feed!" An immersive, life affirming, graveyard musical. In a suspended moment during the burial of one who died too young, the dead come forth and share with us the unfiltered truth of their small town existence.
was named Best Musical by both the Dora Awards (Toronto’s Tony) and the Toronto Critics Association.
Cage (Soulpepper on 42nd Street)
Created and Performed by Diego Matamoros, Lorenzo Savoini, and Richard Feren. A stage, even the one within our mind, is a cage....that defines, limits, and reveals. Inspired by apes, Zen Buddhism, and the ideas of avant-garde composer John Cage, this experimental meditation on time, space, memory, and the human animal is performed by Soulpepper Founding Member Diego Matamoros and his co-creators and designers.
Alligator Pie (Soulpepper on 42nd Street)
Created and Performed by Ins Choi, Raquel Duffy, Ken MacKenzie, Gregory Prest, and Mike Ross. Poems by Dennis Lee. Generations of Canadian children have grown up to the poems of Dennis Lee, "Canada's Father Goose"(also known for his lyrics to Jim Henson's
). Five of those children, now grown-up creators, have made an absolutely delightful award-winning musical that celebrates the written word and the very notion of "play".
The Secret Chord: a Leonard Cohen Experience (Soulpepper on 42nd Street)
Canada recently lost one of its most beloved artists. Montreal-born Leonard Cohen’s extraordinary life and artistry will be examined and celebrated by a company of remarkable multi-disciplinary artists.
CRASH (Soulpepper on 42nd Street)
Written and performed by Pamela Mala Sinha. After the loss of a loved one, a woman must face the shattering memories of a past trauma.
by Pamela Mala Sinha is the fractured unraveling of memory; blending projections, myth, and dance into a riveting narrative about family, faith and love.
New York – the Melting Pot (Soulpepper on 42nd Street)
This concert is a love letter from Toronto’s artists to the city of New York. It traces the contributions of immigrant cultures to the creation of the soundtrack of the 20th century right here in Manhattan.
Brimful of Asha (Soulpepper on 42nd Street)
Ravi and Asha Jain After winning over crowds around the globe, A Brimful of Asha makes its New York City debut. Soulpepper Resident Artist and Baillie Fellow Ravi Jain shares the stage with his real life non-actor mother, Asha, to tell each other’s side of Asha’s attempt to arrange Ravi’s marriage.
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