Call for Our Winter/Spring 2019 Season

Submissions for limited and full runs for our Winter/Spring 2019 Season are now closed, but we are still accepting applications for events and arts community collaborators. We want to hear about your projects!

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ON NOW

December 6th - 16th @8pm

No Clowns Allowed

By: Bri Proke
Directed by: Katrina Darychuk
Starring: Emmelia Gordon & Xavier Lopez


In an afterlife where pesky telemarketers are relentlessly trying to sell ghosts on a new over-the-counter prescription drug, NO CLOWNS ALLOWED, follows two cemetery neighbours as they compare and contrast the evolution of technology, pop culture and self acceptance over 30 year old beer and 1950s doo-wop tunes.


Preview performances start at just $20.

$20-$35 for regular performances.

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upcoming

GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES

JANUARY 18 - FEBRUARY 9TH | 2019


BY: RAJIV JOSEPH

PRODUCED BY: LEROY STREET THEATRE

DIRECTED BY: CHRIS BRETECHER

STARRING: ALICE LUNDY & ANURAG CHOUDHURY


“slightly sick but touching portrait of a friendship” -Globe and Mail. 

Gruesome Playground Injuries follows Kayleen and Doug from ages 8 to 38 as they weave in and out of each others lives, brought together by their self-destructive nature, heartache, and of course, gruesome injuries.


Gruesome Playground Injuries will be staged in support of LOFT Community Services. 

Through this community partnership, Leroy Street Theatre will host introductory theatre workshops for LOFT Community members. In addition The Assembly Theatre's lobby space will be turned into a gallery to showcase LOFT members’ visual art. This gallery opening is scheduled for Thursday, January 17th - 2019

TICKETS

Assembly theatre Jury: winter/spring 2019

Susan A. Lock

"So many people want to put on their stuff but don't have the resources. This is it!"

Aaron Jan

"Community outreach starts with adjusting the practice of just doing pure presentation, then you can begin to build an artistic relationship"

Bilal Baig

"What's so inspiring is the independent on-the-ground theatre that is happening in this city"

Dilara Yuksel

"I go see as many things as I can because I love it so much. I want to be involved, I want to be a part"

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The Assembly Theatre

1479 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario M6R, Canada