We begin the new year with Arthur Miller’s classic allegory, The Crucible. When a jilted lover seeks revenge, a deeply religious community is thrown into turmoil, and the law begins to turn on the very residents it should protect. A timeless play and a pivotal work, The Crucible is a tale of caution that warns of the deadly consequences when a society allows fear, suspicion and superstitious gossip to rule over facts and reason. opening January 19. More here >>
The 26th Annual U of T Drama Festival: A Weekend of Competitive Theatre | Student written, directed, produced and performed. Every February, a plethora of original one act plays compete for five coveted awards over the three nights of this annual adjudicated festival. This year, the Festival will be adjudicated by theatre practitioner and educator, Jill Carter. On stage Feb. 8-10, 2018. More >>
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