Talk-back sessions after the show
on the Thursday, second week of the run

TWO Matinées at 2pm
on the second and last Sundays of the run
(no evening performance)

All performances Thur - Sun at 8pm unless otherwise noted
and take place at Jericho Arts Centre, 1675 Discovery Street

The Way of the World


September 2 - 25
Preview: September 1 ($12) Opening September 2
Talkback: September 8
Matinées: September 11 & 25 (no evening performance)
Tickets: $20.00 - $24.00

by George Farquhar

George Farquhar’s glorious Restoration comedy follows Mr. Aimwell and Mr. Archer – the charming ‘beaux’ – as they arrive in provincial Lichfield after blowing their fortunes in giddy London. Their 'stratagem' is to marry for money. Lodged at the local inn, they encounter a teeming variety of human obstacles: a crooked landlord, a fearsome highwayman, a French Count, a maid on the make, a drunken husband, a furious butler, a natural healer, and a strange priest. But their greatest obstacle is love. When the beaux meet their match in Dorinda and Mrs Sullen they are most at risk, for in love they might be truly discovered.

November 4 - 27
Preview: November 3 ($12.00) Opening: November 4
Talkback: November 10
Matinées: November 13 & 27 (no evening performance)
Tickets: $20.00 - $24.00

by Henrik Ibsen

Helene Alving has spent her life suspended in an emotional void after the death of her cruel but outwardly charming husband. She is determined to escape the ghosts of her past by telling her son, Oswald, the truth about his father. But on his return from his life as a painter in France, Oswald reveals how he has already inherited the legacy of Alving's dissolute life.

January 20 - February 12
Preview: January 19 ($18.00) Opening: January 20
Talkback: January 26
Matinees: January 29 & February 12 (no evening performance)
Tickets: $30 - $35

Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by James Lapine
Inspired by George Seurat’s magnificent painting, ‘A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte,’ Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s soaring musical is itself an artistic masterpiece. The musical begins with the story of George and his model and lover Dot. As George struggles to find his artistic voice, he becomes more and more distant from the one woman who truly sees him for who he really is. Meanwhile, the characters that inhabit George’s painting have lives unto themselves, which George captures with his paintbrush. Through melodic and heartbreaking music, poetic lyrics, and quick, jaunty wit, Sunday in the Park with George reveals universal truths about the nature of art, love, and passion, with the breadth and depth of art’s most enduring masterpieces.

is presented through special arrangement with
Music Theatre International (MTI).
All performances materials are also supplied by MTI.
421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019

March 24 - April 16
Preview: March 23 ($12.00) Opening: March 24
Talkback: March 30
Matinees: April 2 & 16 (no evening performance)
Tickets: $20.00 - $24.00

by Athol Fugard
Roelf, a train driver, has spent weeks searching for the identities of a mother and child he unintentionally killed with his train on the track between Philippi and Nyanga on South Africa’s Cape Flats. After a fruitless journey through shanty towns, he encounters an old gravedigger named Simon who helps the desperate man unburden his conscience. Based on a true story, Athol Fugard’s beautiful and haunting The Train Driver is a soulful exploration of guilt, suffering, redemption, and the powerful bonds that grow between strangers. “Brave, confrontational and tender... Essential theatre viewing.” Sunday Times, South Africa.

June 2 - 25
PREVIEW: June 1 ($12.00) Opening : June 2
Talkback: June 8
Matinées: June 11 & 25 (no evening performance)
Tickets: $20.00 - $24.00

by Pierre de Marivaux

As this delightful 18th century rom-com opens, a young woman prepares to meet her betrothed, whom she does not know. In order to get a better idea of the type of person she’s marrying, she dons a disguise and trades places with her servant. Unbeknownst to her, her fiancé has had the same idea, and traded places with his valet! Joyous and charming, Marivaux’s witty play pits the two false servants against the two false masters in a high-stakes game of love and chance

subject to availability