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Soulpepper Cabaret Series
2014 Soulpepper Weekly Cabaret
Soulpepper Cabaret Series

Introducing the Soulpepper Cabaret Series, a weekly series of intimate cabarets!

These musical showcases will include established feature artists, fresh and exciting talent, as well as eclectic groupings of artists from Toronto's diverse musical community.

Tickets from $15 (prices include all fees and taxes)




A Christmas Carol
2014 Soulpepper
A Christmas Carol

Charles Dickens, adapted by Michael Shamata

On Stage November 27

Bah Humbug! Soulpepper's beloved production of Michael Shamata's A Christmas Carol has become a Toronto holiday tradition. Follow Ebenezer Scrooge as he is visited by three ghosts who help him understand the importance of charity in the holiday season.

Tickets: $89 - $29 (price includes all fees and taxes)

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Kim's Convenience
2014 Soulpepper
Kim's Convenience

Ins Choi

On Stage November 27

After a whirlwind National Tour which included stops in Ontario (London, Hamilton, and Port Hope), Manitoba (Winnipeg), Alberta (Calgary and Edmonton), and British Columbia (Vancouver), we are thrilled to welcome Kim's Convenience home to Soulpepper!

Tickets: $89 - $29 (price includes all fees and taxes)

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Mad About Munsch
2014 GBC Fall
Mad About Munsch
Based on the stories of Robert Munsch

November 26-December 6, 2014

George Brown’s 28th annual children’s show celebrates the world of Robert Munsch! Our theatre-for-young-audience shows have introduced tens of thousands of GTA children to the magic of live theatre over the past three decades. Robert Munsch’s spirited stories make young people, and the adults in their lives, smile, giggle, and want to read their favourites over and over again. Please join us we bring to the stage, the charming and infectious world of Munsch!

Tickets: $8 - $20 (price includes all fees and taxes)




The Conjuror
2014 Soulpepper Presents
The Conjuror

Magicana in association with Soulpepper

On Stage December 30

Embark on a voyage of imagination and wonder as David Ben brings his critically acclaimed The Conjuror to Soulpepper. Be transported back to the year 1909 and the legendary St. George's Hall in London where audiences came to be enchanted by paradox - the Golden Age of Magic!

Tickets: $69 - $25 (price includes all fees and taxes)




Accidental Death of an Anarchist

Dario Fo
Translated by Jon Laskin and Michael Aquilante

On Stage January 29

Nobel Prize winner Dario Fo crafts a biting, satirical farce inspired by the bombing of Milan's Piazza Fontana in 1969. In Fo's masterful hands a tragic situation turns into a madcap romp and a powerful act of political theatre.

Tickets: $89 - $29.50 (price includes all fees and taxes)




Love For Love
2015 GBC Spring
Love For Love
By William Congreve

February 4-14, 2015

Love for Love (1695) is a comical farce relishing in the verbal polish and theatrical wit that audiences’ so admire and love in Congreve. Valentine, Sir Sampson's dissolute eldest son, finds himself in financial straits; the only way out of his financial difficulties is to submit to his father's pressure to renounce his right of inheritance. While this suggestion immediately increases the chances of his younger brother Ben on the marriage mart, Valentine's own chances with his beloved Angelica proportionally decreases. To avoid having to sign the renunciation Valentine pretends to be mad. Angelica, seeing through him, provokes him back into sanity by pretending to agree to marry his father. Valentine recovers, the lovers reunite, and Ben, too, finds the girl of his heart. In its day Love for Love was considered more successful than Congreve’s other restoration masterpiece, The Way of the World.

Tickets: $8 - $20 (price includes all fees and taxes)




The Dining Room
2015 Soulpepper
The Dining Room

A.R. Gurney

On Stage February 5

If this furniture could talk, what tales would it tell? A.R. Gurney's touching comedy weaves together dozens of lives, intertwining multiple generations, around an everyday dining room table. Six members of the Soulpepper ensemble seamlessly portray over 50 memorable characters in a virtuoso theatrical experience.

Tickets: $89 - $29.50 (price includes all fees and taxes)




A Movable Musical Maritime Feast
2015 Soulpepper Concerts
A Movable Musical Maritime Feast

On Stage February 15

P.E.I.'S Mike Ross and his musical guests celebrate the extraordinary musical life of Eastern Canada.

Tickets: $60 - $22 (price includes all fees and taxes)




The Nina Project
2015 Soulpepper Concerts
The Nina Project

On Stage February 16

Jackie Richardson, Shakura S’Aida and Kellylee Evans celebrate the life, legend, reach and relevance of Nina Simone.

Tickets: $60 - $22 (price includes all fees and taxes)




American Pie - A Songbook Investigation
2015 Soulpepper Concerts
American Pie - A Songbook Investigation

On Stage February 27

An investigation of the meaning and musical references of Don McLean's folk-rock anthem, from Buddy Holly to Dylan to Joplin to The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.

Tickets: $60 - $22 (price includes all fees and taxes)




Spoon River
2015 Soulpepper
Spoon River

Adapted by Mike Ross & Albert Schultz
Composed by Mike Ross
Based on Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters

On stage March 7

Edgar Lee Masters' seminal poems of the dead are brought to vibrant life in this musical adaptation. Immerse yourself in the world of Spoon River, a slice of rural America, as residents of the town narrate their own epitaphs, telling of their lives, loves, losses, and truths.

Tickets: $89 - $29.50 (price includes all fees and taxes)




Route 66 - The Heartland
2015 Soulpepper Concerts
Route 66 - The Heartland

On Stage March 17

A multi-artist journey through the heartland of America on the backs of Woody Guthrie, John Steinbeck, Jack Kerouac and the blues.

Tickets: $60 - $22 (price includes all fees and taxes)




Subway Stations of the Cross
2015 Soulpepper Studio
Subway Stations of the Cross

Ins Choi

On Stage March 18

Soulpepper Academy graduate and Resident Artist Ins Choi (Kim's Convenience) channels a homeless man with a peculiar message from God. An unpredictable, mashed up meditation on the sacred and the everyday, Subway Stations of the Cross is told through the songs, stories, and poetry of a nameless vagabond.

Tickets: $58 - $20 (price includes all fees and taxes)




The Gospel According to Mark
2015 Soulpepper Studio
The Gospel According to Mark

Kenneth Welsh

On Stage March 18

The most seminal work of the English language is the sublime King James version of the Bible (1611). Here, with astonishing vitality, master actor Kenneth Welsh (Under Milk Wood, Leaving Home) gives a verbatim performance of the Gospel according to Mark.

Tickets: $58 - $20 (price includes all fees and taxes)




Peer Gynt
2015 GBC Spring
Peer Gynt
By Henrik Ibsen
Translated by Kenneth McLeish

April 7-18, 2015

Peer Gynt is the son of the once rich and highly regarded Jon Gynt, who has died and left Peer and his mother living in poverty. Peer wants to restore what his father has wrecked, but gets lost in boasting and daydreams. The story of a life based on procrastination and avoidance, Ibsen takes his protagonist on a journey form fantasizing boyhood to penitent old age. The play’s preoccupation with the tyranny of self and the transience of tycoonery resonate, soundly, with a 21st century audience. Ibsen wrote Peer Gynt in deliberate disregard of the limitations that conventional stagecraft of the 19th century imposed on drama. Its forty scenes move unreservedly through time and space and between consciousness and the unconscious, lending folkloric fantasy and unsentimental realism. Epic in scope, Peer Gynt is a feast for the eyes and soul.

Tickets: $8 - $20 (price includes all fees and taxes)




Anna Karenina
2015 GBC Spring
Anna Karenina

By Helen Edmundson
Adapted from the novel by Leo Tolstoy

April 8-18, 2015

A magnificent adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s epic novel of vengeance, infidelity, and retribution, Anna Karenina is the moving story of people whose emotions conflict with the dominant social mores of their time. Torn between duty and passion, Anna struggles to make the choice between a cold husband, a beloved child, and the dashing Vronksy. Society turns against her, Anna becomes doubtful of Vronsky’s love and her world begins to fall apart. Helen Edmundson's hugely successful stage adaptation for Shared Experience Theatre Company won the Time Out award for the “Outstanding Theatrical Event” of 1992.

Tickets: $8 - $20 (price includes all fees and taxes)




New Orleans - The Big Easy
2015 Soulpepper Concerts
New Orleans - The Big Easy

On Stage April 10

A celebration of the city that gave birth to Louis Armstrong, Lillian Hellman, Jelly Roll Morton, Dr. John, and jazz itself.

Tickets: $60 - $22 (price includes all fees and taxes)




Trudeau and Levesque
2015 Soulpepper Presents
Trudeau and Levesque

The History of the Village of the Small Huts, 1971-1982

VideoCabaret
Michael Hollingsworth

On Stage April 25

The visions of Pierre Trudeau and René Lévesque are irreconcilable; the conflict is a comédie noire. Combatants, allies, and spies include: PQ Minister Claude Morin and his RCMP handlers; Police informer Poupette and her lovers in the FLQ; the Queen and a Gang of Premiers; plus Maggie Trudeau and The Rolling Stones.

Tickets: $56 - $26 (price includes all fees and taxes)




Bedroom Farce
2015 Soulpepper
Bedroom Farce

Alan Ayckbourn

On Stage May 1

Four couples, three bedrooms, and one farce by British comic master Alan Ayckbourn, playwright of last year’s Soulpepper hit The Norman Conquests.

Tickets: $89 - $29.50 (price includes all fees and taxes)




Of Human Bondage
2015 Soulpepper
Of Human Bondage

Vern Thiessen
Based on the novel by W. Somerset Maugham

On stage May 2

A broken man. A damaged woman. An impossible love. Considered one of the greatest novels ever written, Of Human Bondage is an epic tale of loss, lust, obsession, and the pursuit of beauty in a world dominated by war, greed, and poverty. Adapted for the stage for the very first time by Governor General's Award-winning playwright Vern Thiessen.

Tickets: $89 - $29.50 (price includes all fees and taxes)




Trudeau and the FLQ
2015 Soulpepper Presents
Trudeau and the FLQ

The History of the Village of the Small Huts, 1963-1970

VideoCabaret
Michael Hollingsworth

On Stage May 12

As the centenary of Canada's Confederation approaches, Québec separatists crank up the violence. On a stage lit by terrorist bombings, Professor Trudeau pirouettes to power. The acid-tripping rock-throwing '60s are conjured by a master storyteller with the magical stagecraft of the VideoCabaret ensemble and the Dora Award-winning performance of Mac Fyfe as Trudeau.

Tickets: $56 - $26 (price includes all fees and taxes)




The Dybbuk, Between Two Worlds

Anton Piatigorsky
Based on the play by S. Ansky

On Stage May 14

The most celebrated play of Yiddish literature is presented in a new adaptation by award-winning Canadian playwright Anton Piatigorsky. Boundaries between the natural and supernatural worlds dissolve as ill-fated pledges and untimely deaths ensnare two families in this tale of powerful young love and spiritual possession.

Tickets: $89 - $29.50 (price includes all fees and taxes)




Eurydice
2015 Soulpepper
Eurydice

Sarah Ruhl

On Stage May 19

Ms. Ruhl's magical play about the joys and trials of living and dying invites the happiest kind of commemoration. – THE NEW YORK TIMES

Sarah Ruhl, one of the finest living American playwrights, adapts the myth of Orpheus from the perspective of his wife, Eurydice, in this playful and profound contemporary retelling.

Tickets: $89 - $29.50 (price includes all fees and taxes)




The Play's the Thing
2015 Soulpepper
The Play's the Thing

Ferenc Molnár
Adapted by P.G. Wodehouse

On Stage August 2

Soulpepper revisits one of its greatest productions from the company's earliest days with a fresh look at P.G. Wodehouse's deeply funny adaptation of Molnar’s celebrated take on theatrical life.

Tickets: $89 - $29.50 (price includes all fees and taxes)




Happy Place
2015 Soulpepper
Happy Place

Pamela Sinha

On Stage September 4

Happy Place, the second play of Dora Award winning playwright Pamela Mala Sinha, explores and celebrates the courage, compassion and humour of seven women living amidst each other in the most extraordinary circumstances. Why are they there? How did they get there? And, are we so different from them?

Tickets: $89 - $29.50 (price includes all fees and taxes)

Warning: Mature Language




Marat/Sade
2015 Soulpepper
Marat/Sade

The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade

Peter Weiss
Translated by Geoffrey Skelton
Verse adaptation by Adrian Mitchell

On Stage September 11

Albert Schultz directs a huge Soulpepper ensemble in this rich, highly theatrical, and rarely performed 20th-century masterpiece.

Tickets: $89 - $29.50 (price includes all fees and taxes)

Warning: Mature Content




Yours Forever, Marie-Lou
2015 Soulpepper
Yours Forever, Marie-Lou

Michel Tremblay
Translated by Linda Gaboriau

On Stage September 14

This is Soulpepper's first production of the man widely considered to be Canada's greatest writer for the stage. Soulpepper Founding Member Diana Leblanc, who has had a long and fruitful association with Tremblay as both an actor and director in French and English, takes the helm of this penetrating look at the touching story of one Québec family.

Tickets: $89 - $29.50 (price includes all fees and taxes)