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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: $15 in Advance/$18 at the Door, $10 Student (prices include all fees and taxes)


A Brimful of Asha
2014 Soulpepper Presents
A Brimful of Asha
Why Not Theatre

New performances added - October 8 - 11, 2014


"This is theatre at its best - intimate, authentic, hilarious" - SPOTLIGHT TORONTO

Award-winning actor, director, and producer Ravi Jain shares the stage with his real-life mother in A Brimful of Asha - a story of family, arranged marriage, and the quest for the perfect bride. Just as Ravi's mother, Asha, feels time is running out for her son to find a suitable wife, Ravi feels he isn't ready for marriage. "You don’t get to choose any member of your family. Why do you need to choose your wife?" Asha asks.

Tickets: $25 - $55 (price includes all fees and taxes)

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Trudeau and the FLQ
2014 Soulpepper Presents
Trudeau and the FLQ
VideoCabaret, written by Michael Hollingsworth

On stage March 27


THE HISTORY OF THE VILLAGE OF THE SMALL HUTS, 1963-1970

As the centenary of Canada’s Confederation approaches, Quebec separatists crank up the violence. On a stage lit by terrorist bombings, Professor Trudeau pirouettes to power.

The acid-tripping rock-throwing Sixties are conjured up by a master storyteller with the magical stagecraft of the 2013 Dora Award-winning VideoCabaret ensemble.

Tickets: $25 - $55 (price includes all fees and taxes)

Tank House Theatre - Seating is general admission


<strong>The Gigli Concert</strong>
2014 Soulpepper
The Gigli Concert
Tom Murphy

On Stage March 28


In Tom Murphy’s masterpiece, the services of self-titled "Dynamatologist" JPW King, an Englishman living in Dublin, are retained by a mysterious Irish building contractor who wants to sing like the famed operatic tenor Beniamino Gigli. King, anything but a voice teacher, and the mysterious and dangerous Irishman begin a process of exploration unearthing the power of the mind in their mutual search for salvation.

Tickets: $37 - $74 (price includes all fees and taxes)

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<strong>Of Human Bondage</strong>
2014 Soulpepper
Of Human Bondage
By Vern Thiessen. Based on the novel by W. Somerset Maugham

On Stage now!


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: $37 - $74 (price includes all fees and taxes)

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<strong>The Road To Mecca</strong>
2014 Soulpepper
The Road To Mecca
Athol Fugard

On Stage April 30


In an archly conservative village in Apartheid-Era South Africa, an elderly white woman has turned her house and yard into a highly personal and unorthodox work of art with contentious results. This play, by one of the great humanist playwrights of the 20th Century, was inspired by a real-life story, and examines the nature of friendship, the necessity of self-expression, and the struggle of a free-spirited individual in an intolerant society.

Tickets: $37 - $74 (price includes all fees and taxes)

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The Nylons Reunion Concert
2014 Sing Festival
The Nylons Reunion Concert

On stage May 30

A very special musical event! Iconic Canadian a cappella pioneers The Nylons perform a one-time reunion as current members Claude, Garth, Gavin and Tyrone take the stage with former members multi-JUNO Award winner Billy Newton Davis, singer/songwriter Micah Barnes and Broadway star Mark Cassius. Hear all The Nylons' classics Lion Sleeps Tonight, Happy Together, Silhouettes, among others. Not to be missed! One show … seven Nylons.

Tickets: $40.00 plus service charge




THE KINSEY SICKS – America's Favorite Dragapella Beautyshop Quartet

On stage May 30 & 31

Award-winning a cappella, sharp satire and over the top drag create a sensational entertainment experience. From Las Vegas to Mexico to Europe and Australia, they serve up a feast of music and comedy.

"The hottest ticket in town…taking the cabaret world by storm…voices as sweet as birdsong” — New York Times

“One of the most uniquely original (and thoroughly fun and entertaining) acts we have encountered in years...rich four-part harmony…hilarious…this is one act that should not be missed” — Billboard Magazine

Mature content – recommended for audiences 18+.

Tickets: $32.50 plus service charge


Cantabile – The London Quartet:  From Monteverdi to Monty Python

On stage May 31

The London Quartet - Cantabile are quite simply one of the world’s top vocal groups. Outstanding in both comedy and the classics, they have been delighting audiences with their unique blend of humour and harmony for more than twenty five years, notching up ten solo albums, over a thousand concerts and more than two hundred TV appearances worldwide.

“Presented with infectious enthusiasm and superb technical command” - The New York Times, USA

Tickets: $40.00 plus service charge
Venue: Little Trinity Church, 425 King St. E. (just east of Parliament)


O Canada! Our Nation’s Greatest Hits A Cappella

On stage June 1

O Canada! Our Nation’s Greatest Hits A Cappella
Featuring Alan Frew, Dan Hill and Lorraine Segato

Hear these prized Canadian singers perform their classics hits, Sometimes When We Touch, Don’t Forget Me When I’m Gone, Rise Up, as you have never heard them before.

No bands, no instruments… accompanied only by great Toronto vocal groups Cadence, Countermeasure and Retrocity.

Hear your favourite songs written by iconic Canadian songwriters Gordon Lightfoot, The Band, Stan Rogers, Feist, Bruce Cockburn, and more, performed entirely a cappella

Tickets: $40.00 plus service charge


Passes
2014 Sing Festival
Passes
One or Two Day passes can be exchanged for wristbands at box office of the Young Centre for the Performing Arts during the festival. Wristbands provide access to all day-time SING! Festival events.
Not valid for evening performances starting at 7pm or later.


Duly Noted: Here, There and Everywhere

On stage June 3

Duly Noted: Here, There and Everywhere
With Kirsten Sandwich

Duly Noted, Toronto’s all-women a cappella ensemble, presents Here, There and Everywhere a tribute to the Beatles! Join us for a night of music by and inspired by the Fab Four.

Tickets: $20.00


<strong>Twelve Angry Men</strong>
2014 Soulpepper
Twelve Angry Men
Reginald Rose

On Stage June 11


The fate of a young man accused of murdering his own father lies in the hands of twelve strangers crowded into an oppressively hot, claustrophobic deliberation room. A single dissenting voice rings out "not guilty" planting the seed of reasonable doubt and unraveling what was seemingly an open-and-shut case. Tempers flare and human nature is tested in this classic jury-room drama.

Tickets: $37 - $74 (price includes all fees and taxes)

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<strong>Angels in America, Part 1 - Millennium Approaches</strong>
Tony Kushner

On Stage June 12


A Multi-Play Experience: Angels in America Parts I and II are best seen chronologically.

Encompassing the lives of seven individuals as they negotiate New York City during the AIDS crisis that wracked the world in the 1980s, Kushner looks to a deeply human series of reactions to a seemingly indiscriminate epidemic, and offers spiritual outlet for the redemption and reclamation of their souls. Mature content.

Tickets: $37 - $74 (price includes all fees and taxes)

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<strong>Angels in America, Part 2 - Perestroika</strong>
Tony Kushner

On Stage June 13


A Multi-Play Experience: Angels in America Parts I and II are best seen chronologically.

In this stunning finale Kushner brings an other-worldly, angelic presence to protagonist Prior Walter as he and his fellow sufferers negotiate how their lives will either progress or end. Palliative confessions, realisations, and delcarations of faith give way to hope for the future and a lesson in humanity. Mature content.

Tickets: $37 - $74 (price includes all fees and taxes)

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Borne
2014 Soulpepper Presents
Borne
RARE Theatre Company in association with Soulpepper

On stage June 27


Borne is a powerful piece of theatre created by award-winning playwright Judith Thompson (RARE, Young Centre 2013). Featuring an ensemble of ten wheelchair users, this play tells their true stories in their own words, creating a life-changing, dynamic theatre event that will capture your heart.

Tickets: $25 - $49 (price includes all fees and taxes)

Tank House Theatre - Seating is general admission


<strong>Tartuffe</strong>
2014 Soulpepper
Tartuffe
Molière, translated by Richard Wilbur

On Stage August 7


In one of the greatest comedies ever written, the sanctimonious Tartuffe feigns virtue and piety, deceiving his host Orgon while attempting to seduce his wife and gain an inheritance. A deeply humourous tale of lust, religious hypocrisy and the triumph of good over evil.

Tickets: $37 - $74 (price includes all fees and taxes)

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<strong>A Tender Thing</strong>
2014 Soulpepper
A Tender Thing
Ben Power

On Stage August 14


In this deeply moving re-working of Shakespeare's text, an elderly Romeo and Juliet reminisce on their lives together, reveling in the joys of love while charting a course through the inevitable passage of time, aging, and the final stages of life. "My bounty is as boundless as the sea, My love as deep, the more I give to thee, The more I have, for both are infinite."

Tickets: $37 - $74 (price includes all fees and taxes)

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<strong>Glenn</strong>
2014 Soulpepper
Glenn
David Young

On Stage August 27


Prodigy, Perfectionist, Performer and Puritan: The iconic Canadian artist Glenn Gould. Glenn is a fascinating and moving look at the music and mythology of an eternally captivating figure. Framed by Gould’s two definitive versions of Bach’s The Goldberg Variations, Young uses a theme-and-variation compositional structure to examine the arc of the Gould’s life and the breadth of his character.

Tickets: $37 - $74 (price includes all fees and taxes)

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<strong>The Crucible</strong>
2014 Soulpepper
The Crucible
Arthur Miller

On Stage August 30


     "Outstanding" - THE GLOBE AND MAIL
"Soulpepper at the top of its game" - TORONTO STAR

Salem, Mass., 1692: a small, devout town is thrown into chaos with accusations of witchcraft and spiritual possession. Miller’s explosive account of the famous Salem witch trials caused a sensation with its parallels to the Communist scares of the 50s, and remains one of his most enduring classics.

Tickets: $37 - $74 (price includes all fees and taxes)

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