Glendon Theatre

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THE HOUSING SHOW

“Home is where I can be naked.” The Drama Studies program and Theatre Glendon invite you to The Housing Show: a collective creation by DRST 3955 Approaches to Theatre, directed by Gabriel Levine. We began with a simple question: What does home mean to you? Through a process of interviews and workshops, the collective has Read More

Cabaret

Lionheart Productions Presents: Cabaret: January 28th – February 1st, Théâtre Glendon Theatre Willkommen! Bienvenue! Welcome! Lionheart Productions Cœur de Lion has been hard at work for months preparing for our annual Mainstage Production, and this year it’s Cabaret! Come see this Broadway classic take the Theatre Glendon stage in a story of love, changing political Read More

Director’s Cabaret

Theatre Glendon and DRST 4200 present Director’s Cabaret, a free evening of theatre produced by Drama Studies students. Join us for the final performances of the year! The Drama Studies Awards Ceremony will follow the performances. Donations will be accepted for DAREarts Toronto. DAREarts is an arts-based charity that seeks to empower at-risk youth to Read More

The Rover 2019

  The Drama Studies Program and Theatre Glendon proudly invite you to an adaptation of The Rover, Glendon’s take on Aphra Behn’s classic Restoration comedy of the same name,. This adapted theatre piece directed by  Prof. Guillaume Bernardi represents the culmination of efforts for course DRST 4619: Performing the Baroque.  The performances , and will Read More

Start Swimming

  The Drama Studies Program and Theatre Glendon are thrilled to invite you to Start Swimming, a play by James Fritz, directed by Gabriel Levine. This multimedia theatre piece represents the culmination of the efforts of students in Drama Studies 2617: Performing Texts, and will run for 3 nights, from Thursday February 28 to Saturday March 2 at Theatre Glendon. Taking Read More

Trifles

In 1916, reporter turned playwright, Susan Glaspell, first questioned the narrow perspective of the judicial system and the way it chooses to treat women’s issues. Now over a century later, Trifles continues to parallel the injustices women face in the legal system, begging us to keep asking the question: Who gets to decide what is Read More