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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C'MON ANGIE!

"A thoughtful and provocative contribution to one of the most compelling issues of our time. " -The Vancouver Sun


Following its critically acclaimed world premiere in Vancouver, C'mon Angie! by Amy Lee Lavoie will receive its first Toronto production at The Assembly Theatre.


Presented in collaboration with the Spadina Avenue Gang, Leroy Street Theatre's new production of the exciting new Canadian drama will bring together artists from around the country. Directed by Montreal-based indie director, Cristina Cugliandro, the new production will feature Leroy Street Theatre's artistic director Anne van Leeuwen, and multi-award winning actor Ryan Hollyman. 

A tense, vivid, human, and extremely timely new work, C'mon Angie! is a fascinating, must-see drama from one of the country's most exciting playwrights.


April 12-28, 2019
Tickets on sale soon!

Coming soon

"GIMMPY" A NEW MUSICAL

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In association with Cahoots Theatre

Music by: Darin C. Meilleur, Katie Berger, Kirsten Kirsch

Book by: Kirsten Kirsch

Consultant: Lauren Gargiulo


Gimpy follows the story of a young disabled musical theater performer Soren who is struggling for her place in a world she loves, but only conditionally accepts her. As we take the journey with her, we find that success doesn't always walk a straight line.


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Assembly theatre Jury: winter/spring 2019

Susan A. Lock

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

Aaron Jan

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

Bilal Baig

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

Dilara Yuksel

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"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