World Theatre Day Celebration

Date: March 27, 2014 @ 7pm Venue: Theatre Passe Muraille (16 Ryerson Avenue). Tickets: $16 at the door In a city as diverse as Toronto, incredible world theatre happens locally every day. In many ways, the world is right here. In honour of WORLD THEATRE DAY on MARCH 27, ARC is leading a celebration — and a showcase — of some of Toronto’s most exciting and…

2014

On the evening of Monday, December 16th, we here at ARC gathered in the Cabaret at Buddies In Bad Times to launch our creative path for 2014. ARC is making world theatre in a world city. Toronto is one of the most diverse cities on earth, and we are so fortunate to be working here…

This is Just the Beginning

From ARC’s Co-Artistic Producer, Janet Porter, to all our beautiful artists in Toronto – We’re with you! This is #JustTheBeginning people! Make sure your councillors know that the arts matter to voters

ARC’s Deborah Drakeford nominated for a Dora Award

ARC member and all-around awesome person Deb Drakeford has been nominated for a Dora Award for her performance in Bea. We’re very proud of her, and thrilled that her amazing work is being recognized. If you liked Bea, you can vote for the show to receive an audience choice award at this year’s Doras. Just…

One week left to see BEA!

There’s just one week left to see BEA. Help us spread the word about this powerful, beautiful play! NOW Magazine gave it 4N’s and named it a critic’s pick. Reviewer Glenn Sumi was “Moved to laughter, compassion & tears.” BEA has people talking- Members of parliament, journalists, doctors, and our community. Craig Scott, MP for…

What are people saying about BEA?

On May 12, 2013, ARC hosted a panel discussion to explore some of the difficult issues raised by BEA. The conversation was amazing, and was attended by members of the community, media, and politicians. We asked some of those in attendance to send us their thoughts on the show. This is what we they sent…

Another great BEA video!

Here’s another video featuring the actors and director of our new show, Bea. They’re talking about why people should come see the play. In short, because it’s a wrenching, beautiful exploration of a world and a condition most of us never experience. Bea runs at the Factory Studio Theatre until May 26. Get your tickets…

Come to BEA on May 14 and support Community Living Toronto!

ARC is thrilled to be working with Community Living Toronto to present our first-ever “CLT Tonight”. At the May 14 performance of BEA, $10 from every ticket sold will go to support CLT’s ongoing work to change the lives of people with an intellectual disability by giving them a voice, and supporting their choices where…