Stage Door Listings
Gareth Williams’s opera Rocking Horse Winner runs at Crow’s Theatre November 1 to 12.
Photo: Asitha Tennekoon as Paul in Rocking Horse Winner. © 2016 Dahlia Katz.
Larger Theatres (Professional)
Emma Bovary / Passion (ballets) by Helen Pickett / James Kudelka. A ballet based on Gustave Flaubert’s famous novel and another about two couples – one classical, one contemporary. Runs Nov 11 to Nov 18. Four Seasons Centre, .
In Dreams (musical) by David West Read. A country-rock singer invites her old bandmates to join her for “the party of a lifetime” featuring the songs of Roy Orbison. Runs Oct 1 to Nov 12. CAA Theatre, 651 Yonge St, 1-800-461-3333, .
The Illusionists - Magic of the Holidays (magic) by Simon Painter. Illusions, close-up magic, mentalism and technological spectacle performed by four master entertainers. Runs Nov 28 to Dec 3. Princess of Wales Theatre, 1-800-461-3333, .
Jagged Little Pill (musical) by Alanis Morissette. MJ’s husband is , her daughter is making out with her best friend and MJ is . Runs Oct 24 to Nov 26. Princess of Wales Theatre, 1-800-461-3333, .
The Jinkx and DeLa Holiday Show (variety) by Jinkx Monsoon & Ben DeLaCreme. Fabulous spectacle, whip-smart comedy, brand new songs and annual favorites. Runs Nov 21 only. Meridian Hall, .
Lasting Impressions in 3D (installation) by Princeton Entertainment Group. Over 160 Impressionist paintings by 17 artists are presented on a giant LED screen. Runs Aug 10 to Nov 5. CAA Theatre, 1-800-461-3333, .
The Lehman Trilogy (drama) by Stefano Massini. The history of Lehman Brothers from its founding in 1850 to its spectacular collapse in 2008. Runs Nov 14 to Nov 26. Bluma Appel Theatre, .
Onegin (ballet) by John Cranko. Eugene Onegin spurns the love of a young girl and then regrets doing so. Runs Nov 22 to Nov 26. Four Seasons Centre, .
Orphée et Eurydice (opera) by C.W. Gluck. Orpheus goes to the Underworld to try to save his beloved from death. In French. Runs Oct 14 to Nov 1. Elgin Theatre, .
SIX (musical) by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss. A modern retelling of the story of the six wives of Henry VIII. Runs Sep 23, 2023, to Feb 11, 2024. Royal Alexandra Theatre, 1-800-461-3333, .
To Kill a Mockingbird (drama) by Aaron Sorkin. A new adaptation of the famed Harper Lee novel. Runs Nov 21 to Nov 27. CAA Ed Mirvish Theatre, 1-800-461-3333, .
The Wild Rovers (musical). Inspired by the Irish Rovers, a band seeks to make peace between the countries of Athunia and Ethunia. Runs Oct 18 to Nov 5. Winter Garden Theatre, .
Smaller Theatres (Professional)
After the Trojan Women (drama) by Amena Shehab and Joanna Blundell. An exploration of the profound suffering of women in war that span generations, Reading. Runs Nov 8 to Nov 9. Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, .
Angels in America, Parts 1 & 2 (drama) by Tony Kushner. Prior, recently diagnosed with AIDS, tries to make sense of his mystical visions and visitations. Previews from Nov 23, Part 1 opens Nov 28, Part 2 opens Nov 29, runs to Dec 17. Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, .
Arden of Faversham (comedy) by Anon. A staged reading of the 1592 true crime play about Alice and her lover who plot to kill Alice's husband. Runs Nov 5 only. Monarch Tavern, 12 Clinton St, .
Bad Roads (drama) by Natal’ya Vorozhbit. A Ukrainian play about the effect of Russia’s first invasion in 2014. Previews from Nov 7, opens Nov 10, runs to Nov 26. Streetcar Crowsnest, 345 Carlaw Ave, .
Doc Wuthergloom’s Here There Be Monsters (drama) by Eric Woolfe. A series of tales about the monsters, cryptids and weird creatures that haunt our mortal realm. Runs Oct 25 to Nov 5. Red Sandcastle Theatre, 922 Queen St East. . ‑masks required‑
The Drowning Girls (drama) by Beth Graham et al. The true crime mystery of three brides who were all drowned on their wedding night. Runs Nov 7 to Nov 12. Red Sancastle Theatre, 922 Queen St East, .
(Everyone I Love Has) A Terrible Fate (Befall Them) (comedy) by Cliff Cardinal. Runs from Oct 12 to Nov 4. Streetcar Crowsnest, 345 Carlaw Ave, .
Les Filles du Roi (drama) by Sébastien Bertrand. In 1663 six women dream of a new beginning as they travel to New France. In French with English surtitles. Runs Nov 2 to Nov 12. Berkeley Street Theatre, .
Un giorno di regno (opera) by Giuseppe Verdi. An exiled Polish king leaves a French officer to impersonate him in France while he returns to Poland. In Italian with English surtitles. In concert. Runs Nov 5 only. Venue TBA, .
The Guide to Being Fabulous (comedy) by Sandra Caldwell. Stories and original songs that follow Caldwell’s journey from a pickpocketing youth to a star of stage and screen. Runs Oct 28 to Nov 4. Young Centre, .
Hagar (drama) by Aksam Alyousef. A determined mother strives to find safety with her infant son in war-torn Syria. Runs Nov 8 to Nov 12. The Theatre Centre, .
Here Lies Henry (drama) by Daniel MacIvor. A self-proclaimed liar feels compelled to tell us his life story. Previews from Nov 23, opens Nov 29, runs to Dec 17. Factory Theatre, .
It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play (children) by Joe Landry. The beloved 1946 movie is staged as a radio play. For ages 10+. Runs Nov 20 to Dec 30. Young People’s Theatre, .
Letters From Max, a ritual (play) by Sarah Ruhl. A chronicle of Ruhl’s epistolary journey with a student stricken with a rare form of cancer. Runs Nov 10 to Dec 3. The Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen St West, .
Monster (drama) by Daniel MacIvor. The play peels back the psychological layers of 16 different characters to reveal the dark heart of individual experience. Previews from Nov 16, opens Nov 22, runs to Dec 10. Factory Theatre, .
A Peter Rabbit Tale (children) by Neal Richardson. Peter Rabbit decides to run away from home but encounters many strange creatures. For ages 3-7. Runs Sat & Sun, Sep 30 to Nov 19. Wychwood Theatre, 76 Wychwood Ave, .
A Poem for Rabia (drama) by Nikki Shaffeeullah. The stories of three queer women from the same bloodline. Runs Oct 17 to Nov 12. Tarragon Theatre, .
Prophecy Fog (performance) by Jani Lauzon. An investigation into whether a site can still be sacred if it has been desecrated. Previews from Nov 12, opens Nov 15, runs to Dec 10. Coal Mine Theatre, 2076 Danforth Ave, . ★★★★★
The Rear Window (drama) by Keith Reddin. In 1954 a man recuperating from a broken leg observes what he thinks is a murder in the apartment facing his. Runs Oct 26 to Nov 11. Hart House Theatre, University of Toronto, .
Red Sky at Night (dance) by Sandra Laronde. Live music, dance, spoken word and theatre from outstanding national and international Indigenous performers . Runs Nov 3 to Nov 5. Berkeley Street Theatre, .
Rocking Horse Winner (opera) by Gareth Williams. A young boy who can pick winners in horse races hopes to save his family. Preview Nov 1, opens Nov 2, runs to Nov 12. Streetcar Crowsnest, 345 Carlaw Ave, .
The Rocky Mountain Special (musical) by Tiffany Thomas. An elderly trans woman is haunted by her younger self on the train from Calgary to Vancouver. Preview Nov 14, opens Nov 15, runs to Nov 19. Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, .
Stations dance) by Louise Lecavalier. A fiery solo performance divided into four distinct seasons of life. Runs Nov 23 to Nov 25. Fleck Dance Theatre, .
Tales of the Grotesque (drama) by Brandon White. Staged versions of stories by Edgar Allen Poe. Runs Oct 18 to Nov 4. Campbell House Museum, .
Th’owxiya: The Hungry Feast Dish (children) by Joseph A. Dandurand. A mouse must find two children to give to the hungry ogress Th’owxiya. For ages 5-8. Runs Oct 28 to Nov 6. Young People’s Theatre, .
Walk With Me While I Remember You (performance). Local young people share in their experiences of loss and bereavement while moving through a nature path. Runs Nov 4 to Nov 5. Evergreen Brick Works, .
WaterFall (performance) by Theatre Gargantua. An examination of our complex and poetic relationship with water. Runs Oct 20 to Nov 5. Factory Theatre, .
Weesageechak Begins to Dance 36 (festival). 22 Creators from across Turtle Island develop and showcase their work. Runs Nov 6 to Nov 19. Daniels Spectrum, .
Withrow Park (comedy) by Morris Panych. Three people invite a mysterious man to dinner. Runs Nov 7 to Dec 3. Tarragon Theatre, .
Les Zinspiré.e.s: Onze calme et continue (plays). A collection from five young writers about current issues and concerns. In French with English surtitles. Runs Nov 23 to Dec 15. Berkeley Street Theatre, .
Smaller Theatres (Student and Community)
FireWorks Fall 2023 (festival). A festival of three new plays. Runs Nov 8 to Nov 25. [community] Alumnae Theatre, .
Glenn Gould School Chamber Opera (operas). A collection of five short chamber operas written for Tapestry Opera between 2002 and 2009. Runs Nov 3 to Nov 4. [student] Mazzoleni Concert Hall, .
Il Cappello di paglia di Firenze (opera) by Nino Rota. When a horse eats a straw hat, wedding day plans become extremely complicated. In Italian with English surtitles. Runs Nov 23 to Nov 26. [student] MacMillan Theatre, University of Toronto, .
Jane Eyre (drama) by Erin Shields. A stage adaptation of the Charlotte Brontë novel. [student] Runs Nov 14 to Nov 18. Young Centre, .
A Sting in the Tail (drama) by Brian Clemens & Dennis Spooner. Two playwrights are writing a blockbuster to pay off their debts, or are they plotting the perfect murder? Runs Nov 3 to Nov 25. [community] Village Playhouse, .
Xanadu (musical) by Jeff Lynne & John Farrar. One of the nine muses inspires a chalk artist to open a roller disco. Preview Nov 2, opens Nov 3, runs to Nov 18. Scarborough Village Theatre, . ‑masks required‑
Icemen (drama) by Vern Thiessen. Two desperate brothers commit an act of vengeance against their employer. Preview Nov 1, opens Nov 2, runs to Nov 12. Five Points Theatre, .
Jesus Christ Superstar (musical) by Andrew Lloyd Webber. A rock oratorio about Jesus’s last days on earth. Runs Nov 23 to Dec 1. Five Points Theatre, .
A Huron County Christmas Carol (drama) by Gil Garratt. Charles Dickens’s 1843 tale with songs and relocated to the present in Huron county. Runs Nov 30 to Dec 22. Memorial Hall, .
A Christmas Story… of Murder (comedy). Mr. Parker has won an award and his family is celebrating but not everyone is happy. Runs Nov 15 to Nov 25. Globus Theatre, .
Early Morning Rain (revue) by Leisa Way. The life and music of Gordon Lightfoot. Runs Nov 17 only. Rose Theatre, .
Immigrants with Attitude (comedy). A show featuring comedians who have lived the full immigrant experiance in Canada and want to talk about it. Runs Nov 3 only. Rose Theatre, .
Jake’s Gift (drama) by Julia Mackey. A Canadian WW2 veteran reluctantly returns to Normandy, France. Runs Nov 9 to Nov 11. Rose Studio II, .
Evita (musical) by Andrew Lloyd Webber. A young woman climbs up the ladder from poverty to become the most powerful woman in South America. Runs Oct 18 to Nov 5. Hamilton Family Theatre, 1-855-372-9866, .
Fiddler on the Roof (musical) by Jerry Bock & Sheldon Harnick. A humble milkman discovers that the traditions he lives by are changing. Runs Nov 29 to Dec 24. Hamilton Family Theatre, 1-855-372-9866, .
Beauty and the Beast (musical) by Alan Menken & Howard Ashman. A stage adaptation of the 1991 Disney movie about a prince changed into a beast. Runs Nov 16 to Nov 19. Kiwanis Theatre, .
The Runner (comedy) by Christopher Morris. In Israel, Jacob makes the split-second decision to treat a young woman instead of the soldier she may have killed. Runs Nov 2 to Nov 19. Firehall Theatre, 1000 Islands Playhouse, .
It’s Okay to Be Different (children) by Jim Morrow. A stage adaptation of three Todd Parr books about acceptance, understanding and self-confidence. For ages 3-8. Runs Nov 28 to Nov 30. River Run Centre, .
Boy Falls from the Sky (comedy) by Jake Epstein. Former Degrassi star Epstein tells of his rough time in the Spider-Man musical on Broadway. Runs Oct 25 to Nov 4. Theatre Aquarius, .
The Jinkx and DeLa Holiday Show (variety) by Jinkx Monsoon & Ben DeLaCreme. Fabulous spectacle, whip-smart comedy, brand new songs and annual favorites. Runs Nov 25 only. FirstOntario Concert Hall, .
Blood River (drama) by Chloe Whitehorn. In the near future Karen rows across the river to a state where abortion is still legal. Runs Oct 23 to Nov 12. Grand Theatre, .
In My Body (dance) by Crazy Smooth. A look at how street dancers cope with ageing. Runs Nov 30 only. Grand Theatre, .
It's Okay to Be Different (children) by Jim Morrow. A stage adaptation of three Todd Parr books about acceptance, understanding and self-confidence. For ages 3-8. Runs Nov 26 only. Grand Theatre, .
Beauty and the Beast (musical) by Alan Menken & Howard Ashman. A stage adaptation of the 1991 Disney movie about a prince changed into a beast. Runs Nov 1 to Nov 5. Palace Theatre, .
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (musical) by Marc Shaiman & Scott Wittman. World-famous chocolate maker Willie Wonka opens his chocolate factory to only four golden ticket holders. Previews from Nov 21, opens Nov 24, runs to Dec 24. Grand Theatre, .
Come From Away (musical) by Irene Sankoff & David Hein. On September 11th, 2001, 38 planes with 6579 passengers are stranded in Gander, Newfoundland. Runs Nov 21 only. Budweiser Gardens, .
Kim’s Convenience (comedy) by Ins Choi. A Korean immigrant has managed his store for 30 years, but neither of his children want to take it over. Runs Oct 20 to Nov 4. Grand Theatre, .
Little Dickens (comedy) by Ronnie Burkett. Burkett’s marionettes tell the tale of Esmé Scrooge’s path to redemption. For ages 16+. Preview Nov 27, opens Nov 28, runs to Dec 9. Grand Theatre, .
The Five Faces for Evelyn Frost (drama) by Guillaume Corbeil. A thrilling exploration of online self-perception and self-presentation. Runs Oct 26 to Nov 4. [student] Erindale Studio Theatre, .
Julius Caesar (tragedy) by William Shakespeare. When Julius Caesar declares himself emperor, rebellion mounts. Runs Nov 9 to Nov 18. [student] Erindale Studio Theatre, .
Orlando (comedy) by Sarah Ruhl. A stage adaptation of Virginia Woolf's novel about a sex-changing courtier. Runs Nov 23 to Dec 2. [student] Erindale Studio Theatre, .
MindTrix (magic) by Edward Stone. A blend of amazing magic with psychological illusions created with an adult audience in mind. Runs Saturdays Sep 23, 2023, to Feb 25, 2024. Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel, .
Penn & Teller (magic) by Penn Jillette & Teller. Magic’s legendary duo redefine the genre of magic and invent their own niche in comedy. Runs Nov 18 only. Fallsview Casino, .
Wonder (magic) by Greg Frewin. Christian Mascia performs new large-scale illusions designed by Greg Frewin. Runs Oct 13, 2022, booking to Mar 2, 2024. Greg Frewin Theatre, 905-356-0777, .
THE SHAW FESTIVAL 2023:
The plays run in repertory from Feb 28 to Dec 23 in Niagara-on-the-Lake, two hours south from Toronto. For tickets and information phone 1-800-511-7429 or visit the website at .
At the Festival Theatre
Brigadoon (musical) by Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner. Tommy falls in love with a girl who lives in a magical village that appears only once every century. Previews from Nov 15, opens Nov 18, runs to Dec 23.
At the Royal George Theatre
A Christmas Carol (comedy) by Tim Carroll. Another stage adaptation of the beloved story by Charles Dickens. Previews from Nov 5, opens Nov 11, runs to Dec 23.
In My Body (dance) by Crazy Smooth. A look at how street dancers cope with ageing. Runs Nov 28 only. Oakville Centre, .
Cinderella… if the Shoe Fits (panto) by Debbie Collins & David Nairn. Naughty and nice versions of the favourite fairy tale. Runs Nov 30 to Dec 23. Theatre Orangeville, .
Early Morning Rain (revue) by Leisa Way. A celebration of the life and career of Gordon Lightfoot. Runs Nov 10 only. Regent Theatre, .
Albertine en cinq temps (opera) by Catherine Major. The archetypal Quebec Catholic mother from a working-class environment revisits key moments in her life. In French. Runs Nov 10 only. National Arts Centre, .
Animal (comedy) by Jo Cormier. To what extent are human beings also animals? Salle Odyssée, Gatineau, .
A Christmas Carol: Scrooge and Marley (comedy) by Israel Horovitz. Dickens famous story as seen through the eyes of Jacob Marley. Runs Nov 29 to Dec 16. [community] Ottawa Little Theatre, .
Cinderella (ballet) by Jayne Smeulders. Les Grands Ballets Canadiens presents its version of the famous ballet. Runs Nov 9 to Nov 11. National Arts Centre, .
Entre ciel et mer (circus) by Cirque Éloize. A cirque celebration of the Îles-de-la-Madeleine. Runs Nov 1 only. Salle Odyssée, Gatineau, .
Hairspray (musical) by Marc Shaiman & Scott Wittman. In 1960s Baltimore plus-sized Tracy sets out to dance her way onto TV’s most popular dance show. Runs Nov 14 to Nov 19. National Arts Centre, .
Husband? What Husband? (comedy) by John Cook. A live radio play about two sisters visited by husbands they had thought long gone. Runs Nov 29 to Dec 3. The Gladstone, .
Laisse-moi partir (comedy) by Dominic Paquet. Dominic brings his vivid imagination to life by creating a variety of universes and characters through his facial expressions, gestures and voices. In French. Runs Nov 6 only. Salle Odyssée, Gatineau, .
The Last Epistle of Tightrope Time (drama) by Walter Borden. A personal exploration of homosexuality from a Black perspective. Runs Nov 1 to Nov 11. National Arts Centre, .
Macbeth (tragedy) by William Shakespeare. Three witches predict that Macbeth will be King of Scotland. Runs Nov 16 to Nov 19. [student] Kailash Mital Theatre, Carlton University, .
The Musical Box (performance) by Peter Gabriel A recreation of the cult rock musical. Runs Nov 12 only. Salle Odyssée, Gatineau, .
New Creation (dance) by Crystal Pite and Jonathon Young. An exploration of our need for a sense of togetherness and belonging. Runs Nov 2 to Nov 4. National Arts Centre, .
The Nutcracker (ballet) by Galina Yordanova and Nina Menon. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s version of the famous ballet. Runs Nov 29 to Dec 3.National Arts Centre, .
Oh Canada Eh!? Dinner Musical (variety). All-Canadian music from Maritime folk songs to modern pop featuring a singing Mountie, hockey player, Anne of Green Gables, Klondike Kitty and many others. Booking to Dec 23, 2023. 330 Kent St, .
Piña (dance) by Ralph Escamillan. Piña, the delicate yet resilient textile, parallels the fragility and strength of contemporary diasporic people. Runs Nov 16 to Nov 17. National Arts Centre, . Runs Nov 17 to Nov 18.
Le Placard (comedy) by Francis Veber. François Pignon tries to avoid being fired by spreading rumours that he is gay. In French. Runs Nov 17 to Nov 18. Salle Odyssée, Gatineau, .
Prison Dancer (musical) by Romeo Candido and Carmen De Jesus. A prisoner named Lola brings purpose and joy to a group of inmates ready to feel the rhythm together. Runs Nov 23 to Dec 2. National Arts Centre, .
Quleque part… un lac (comedy) by Ernest Thompson. A retiree and his wife have their annual holidays disrupted by their daughter’s visit. In French. Runs Nov 16 to Nov 19. Shenkman Arts Centre, .
A Very Merry Mystery (variety). What could one of Santa’s elves have in common with an event planner and a disgraced television host? Runs from Nov 2 to Dec 21. 330 Kent St, .
Le Virus et la proie (drama). Four actors denounce the brutality of a dehumanizing social system. In French. Runs Nov 22 to Nov 25. National Arts Centre, .
Die Zauberflöte (opera) by W.A. Mozart. An all-female version of Mozart’s opera about a prince who rescues a princess captured by a wizard. In concert. Runs Nov 26 only. First Baptist Church, 140 Laurier Ave West, .
Peter Pan: The Panto (panto) by Caroline Smith. A panto version of the play by J.M. Barrie. Runs Nov 8 to Nov 25. King’s Wharf Theatre, 1-855-372-9866, .
Zaagi'idiwin: Our Mothering Earth (performance). Three womxn’s stories of love and loss are woven together. Runs Nov 3 to Nov 4. Nozhem: First Peoples’ Performance Space, .
Starbright Christmas 2023 (revue). A celebration of the holidays in song and dance. Runs Nov 24 to Dec 10. Victoria Playhouse Petrolia, .
Jack and the Beanstalk (panto) by Ken MacDougall. Jack trades a cow for a bag of magic beans which grow a beanstalk leading to a giant. Runs Nov 29 to Dec 9. Lighthouse Festival Theatre, .
Jack: A Beanstalk Panto (panto) by Rebecca Northan. A new panto version of the well-known fairy tale. Runs Nov 24 to Dec 23. Capitol Theatre, .
Vimy (drama) by Vern Thiessen. Staged reading. Runs Nov 10 to Nov 11. Theatre on the Ridge, .
Lord of the Dance (dance) by Michael Flatley. A combination of high-energy Irish dancing, original music and storytelling. Runs Nov 3 only. Casino Rama, .
Bittergirl - The Musical (musical) by Annabel Fitzsimmons et al. The lives of three accomplished women scorned – and the men who dumped them. Runs Oct 4 to Dec 24. St. Jacobs Schoolhouse Theatre, 1-855-372-9866, .
Mary’s Wedding (drama) by Stephen Massicotte. Two young people fall in love just before the outbreak of World War I. Runs Oct 26 to Nov 12. St. Jacobs Country Playhouse, 1-855-372-9866, .
Peter Pan: The Panto (panto) by Caroline Smith. A panto version of the play by J.M. Barrie. Runs Nov 29 to Dec 31. St. Jacobs Country Playhouse, 1-855-372-9866, .
Aladdin - The Pantomime (panto) by Ken MacDougall. Aladdin, an exchange student, comes to Stirling-Rawdon in search of adventure. Runs from Nov 5 to Dec 31. Stirling Festival Theatre, .
THE STRATFORD FESTIVAL:
The plays run from in repertory Apr 8 to Nov 12 in Stratford, two hours west from Toronto. For tickets and information phone 1-800-567-1600 or visit the website at .
At the Avon Theatre
Monty Python’s Spamalot (musical) by John Du Prez & Eric Idle. A musical version of Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Runs May 31 to Nov 12. ★★★★☆
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (drama) by Simon Stephens. A boy on the autism spectrum tries to solve the mystery of who murdered his neighbour’s dog. Runs Oct 20 to Nov 5. Sudbury Theatre Centre, .
Matilda The Musical (musical) by Tim Minchin & Dennis Kelly. A young girl stands up to her parents and to the bullying headmistress at school. Runs Nov 24 to Dec 17. Sudbury Theatre Centre, .
Le Poids des fourmis (drama) by David Paquet. Two people running in a school election wonder if they can really change the world. In French. Runs Nov 3 to Nov 4. Le Théâtre de Nouvel-Ontario, .
Crystal (circus) by Cirque du Soleil. A combination of figure skating, extreme skating and circus acts. Runs Nov 30 to Dec 3. WFCU Centre, .
ON TOUR IN ONTARIO
Motown Soul (revue). A musical celebration of the biggest names in Motown. .
• Nov 7: Burlington PAC, Burlington
• Nov 8: Capitol Theatre North Bay
• Nov 10: Richmond Hill PAC, Richmond Hill
• Nov 11: Capitol Theatre, Chatham
• Nov 12: Capitol Theatre, Windsor
• Nov 14: Grand Theatre, Kingston
• Nov 15: Shenkman Arts Centre, Ottawa
The Nutcracker (ballet) by Bengt Jörgen. Ballet Jörgen’s version of the famous ballet inspired by the Group of Seven. .
• Nov 22: Capitol Theatre, North Bay
• Nov 25: Orillia Opera House, Orillia
• Nov 29: Showplace Performance Centre, Peterborough
100 Years from Now (musical) by Shipyard Kitchen Party. Two brothers and the women they love tell the tales of their triumphs and tragedies in the years surrounding World War I. .
• Nov 2: Meaford Hall, Meaford
• Nov 3: Midland Cultural Centre, Midland
• Nov 4: Algonquin Theatre, Huntsville
• Nov 10: Brockville Centre for the Arts, Brockville
• Nov 11: Aultsville Theatre, Cornwall