Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Two powerful new plays are here

Not one but two new plays are out to kick off our fall season!

Paul Dunn's play for young audiences, Outside, is about bullying, homophobia, and what it means to be an ally.

The Doorman of Windsor Station by Julie Vincent (translated by Hugh Hazelton), is about a man who escaped a dangerous homeland only to find more struggles as an immigrant.

Make sure to check out these fantastic books.

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Judith Thompson is back!

We have a new pairing of Judith Thompson plays out now! Grab your copy of Hedda Gabler & Sirens: Elektra in Bosnia, which is a contemporary reimagining of two controversial female protagonists in literature, and the marginalized voices of women in history.

Friday, 7 July 2017

Summer hours

Please note that until Labour Day, our office will close at 1 p.m. on Fridays.

Thursday, 29 June 2017

Out now!

The screens of disenfranchised youth in Toronto are shown in Twisted, a fresh collab that's part Dickens, part Drake, by Charlotte Corbeil-Coleman and Joseph Jomo Pierre.

The Virgin Trial, Kate Hennig's follow-up to The Last Wife, continues her Tudor Queens Trilogy by cleverly exploring victim shaming, sexual consent, and the extraordinary ability of girls becoming women.

Tuesday, 6 June 2017

Happy Pride Month! Enjoy 25% off our list of queer theatre for the rest of June.

And make sure to check out the new collection of the late Urjo Kareda's dramaturgical correspondence  you'll find many memorable names, fantastic advice, and his trademark sass.

Friday, 21 April 2017

Welcome to Paradise...

Patti Flather's Paradise is out now! This one will hit you in all the feels. After a traumatic assault in Central America, Rachel returns home, but it isn't the reprieve she expected...

Grab your copy now.

Also! Have you ~seen~ our Fall 2017 catalogue? We're pretty excited.

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

BREAKING: Prime Minister Joe Clark has to make a big decision

Michael Healey's fast-paced political comedy 1979 is here!

In December 1979, Clark's minority Progressive Conservative government is under threat of dissolution before it has a chance to accomplish anything — even pass a budget. Can he save his government in time?

Get your copy now!