2018 Projects

Canadian Rep Theatre is back at the Berkeley Street Upstairs Theatre and the Burlington Performing Arts Centre with Carole Fréchette’s contemporary classic, HELEN’S NECKLACE. Don’t miss this stunning production featuring Akosua Amo-Adem, Zorana Sadiqand Helen Taylor and directed by Canadian Rep’s Artistic Director, Ken GassYalla!

2016 Projects

SUMMER 2016 –

Canadian Rep Theatre is sponsoring a major young company performance, training and mentorship pilot project, featuring recent graduates from professional training programs:

ENSEMBLE Canadian Youth Theatre/Théâtre Jeunesse Canadien will present DREAMS (RÊVES) by Wajdi Mouawad (translated by Linda Gaboriau) in repertory with an ensemble adaptation of TOUGH! by George F. Walker.

In September, Hart House Theatre in association with Canadian Rep Theatre and ENSEMBLE Canadian Youth Theatre/Théâtre Jeunesse Canadien will present TIDELINE by Wajdi Mouawad (translated by Shelley Tepperman) directed by Ken Gass.


Canadian Rep Theatre presents the world premiere of George F. Walker’s THE DAMAGE DONE, directed by Ken Gass.  Starring Sarah Murphy-Dyson and Wes Berger, THE DAMAGE DONE explores the lives of Bobby and Tina from Walker’s early classic  TOUGH! eighteen years later, when both are facing early mid-life crises and there are two teenage daughters in the background.  Painful, funny and searingly honest, THE DAMAGE DONE explores the ruins of a messy love affair amid the faint glimmer of hope.

THE DAMAGE DONE will receive its “out of town tryout” premiere at the Pearl Theatre in Hamilton from September 23 to October 9th.  The production will subsequently open in Toronto for a 4-week run, dates and venue to be confirmed shortly.


2015 Season at a Glance

Canadian Rep Theatre’s 2015 Season featured works by award-winning playwrights Florence Gibson MacDonald and Colleen Murphy

HOW DO I LOVE THEE? by Florence Gibson MacDonald
Berkeley Street Theatre Upstairs, 26 Berkeley Street
January 31 to February 22, 2015

ARMSTRONG’S WAR by Colleen Murphy
The Citadel, 304 Parliament Street
November 11  to December 6, 2015