2019-20 Season Passes

Passholders get perks! Guarantee your seats — flexible and convenient, season subscriptions include free ticket exchanges if you need to switch your preferred dates.

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2-Show Pass
Includes one ticket to two of the remaining shows in our mainstage season:
The Solitudes and All the Little Animals I Have Eaten
$50 ($40 for Artsworker / Senior / Under 30)
Plus HST

Questions? Call Amanda at (416) 944-1740 ext. 4 or email amanda [at] nightwoodtheatre.net



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The Solitudes

Director / Lead Creator: Beatriz Pizano
Cast / Co-Creators: Lara Arabian, Brefny Caribou, Liliana Suarez Henao, Janis Mayers, Rosalba Martinni, Michelle Polak, Sofia Rodriguez, and Rhoma Spencer

An Aluna Theatre production in association with Nightwood Theatre
January 7-18, 2020 at Harbourfront Centre Theatre (231 Queens Quay West)

Eight women on the borderline between the real and the imagined refuse to be condemned to another hundred years of solitude. Through orchestral storytelling and movement, each proposes her own distinct mythologies and life experiences toward alternative narratives of the female: to a new, larger Story.

What if this is how it begins?

Inspired by the women of Gabriel García Márquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude, this piece unearths and reclaims space for the keeping of memory.


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All the Little Animals I Have Eaten

Written and Directed by Karen Hines
Produced by Nightwood Theatre in association with Crow’s Theatre
March 26 - April 14, 2020 at Streetcar Crowsnest (345 Carlaw Ave)

In the latest of Karen Hines’ darkly hilarious comedies, we follow a tender-hearted young server on the most harrowing shift of her life. In the extraordinarily modern bistro of an all-women’s condo, our heroine contends with voracious insurance adjustors, literary plagiarists, and indomitable invertebrates. Table talk ranges from real estate to politics to the existential transcendence of lambs – but it’s only when the fuzzy ones start to speak that our hero really starts to listen. Governor General nominated, powerhouse playwright of THE POCHSY PLAYS and CRAWLSPACE, Hines serves up a biting meditation on neo-liberalism, consumption, precarity and hope.

“Karen Hines’ wild mind shines”  - The Half Step

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