Hart House Theatre  
May 5, 2015 / Issue 1, 2015/2016 Season
In This Issue:
Players Clvb  
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Featuring the world premiere of a Canadian play, Shakespeare's iconic tragedy, a beloved musical twist on classic fairy tales and - here's the cherry on top - an adaptation of a popular French farce. 

We are thrilled to announce our next season's line-up! With something that is sure to entice and titillate everyone and unbeatable deals and bonuses for subscribers, this season is not to be missed.

We the Family

Sept. 18-Oct. 3, 2015

Multicultural mayhem. Love. Larceny. And death!

By George F. Walker

Directed by Andrea Wasserman


World Premiere


Two families collide in this dark comedy written by acclaimed Canadian playwright, George F. Walker. Known for his wit and biting commentary on city living, Walker's We the Family looks at the after-effects of a wedding between culturally divergent families. As they struggle to understand one another, their own failings and bad choices set them on a collision course with a devastating - and hilarious - end.

Nov. 4-21, 2015

By William Shakespeare

Directed by Paolo Santalucia


Perhaps the world's most iconic tragedy, William Shakespeare's Hamlet has all of the elements of a great drama: courtly intrigue, murder, revenge, family betrayal and forbidden seduction. With some of the most memorable and sublime poetry in the English language, Hamlet is a timeless tragedy that is not to be missed.

Into the Woods

Jan. 15-30, 2016

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

Book by James Lapine

Originally Directed on Broadway by James Lapine
Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick

Directed by Jeremy Hutton 


Recently made into an award-winning film, Into the Woods is an all-ages, musical clash of fairy tales. Characters like Cinderella, Jack, Red Riding Hood and several others are shown just what would happen should all of their wishes come true. Worlds collide as wishes and quests meet a delightfully conniving witch on a dark journey Into the Woods.

Feb. 26-Mar. 5, 2016

By Marc Camoletti

Translated by Beverley Cross and Francis Evans

Directed by Cory Doran


Boeing Boeing is a non-stop comedy and a romp of international proportions. Full of hijinks, near misses and sexual innuendo, Boeing Boeing is like a bite of fluffy French pastry - a delicious treat, except this one comes without any guilt or troublesome consequences.

Exclusive Subscriber Benefits
Become a 2015/2016 Season Subscriber and receive these perks:
$25/$10 Gift Certificate

Enjoy dinner at the Duke of York before coming to the theatre! Our long-time restaurant sponsor, the Duke of York, has generously offered to give each 4Play subscriber a $25 gift certificate and each 3Play subscriber a $10 gift certificate to complement our already amazing subscribers' deal.


Vouchers for our Lobby Concessions

Each 4Play subscriber will receive one voucher to be redeemed at our lobby's concession stand. Enjoy a beverage or a snack before the show or during intermission - on us!


Exchange Privileges

Only Hart House Theatre Season subscribers can exchange tickets for another performance of the same show (up to 24 hours in advance, in person or by phone) pending availability.


Bring a Friend Discount

Subscribers may buy extra tickets (no maximum) for their friends to join them at any of the four plays in Hart House Theatre's 2015/2016 Season for $2 off regular-priced single tickets.


Free Mailing

Hart House Theatre Season tickets may be mailed to subscribers for no charge up until two weeks before each play.


Waived Fees!

For all events sold at the UofTtix Box Office, the web fee and phone fee are waived for Hart House Theatre subscribers.


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While you're waiting for September...
Hart House Theatre is pleased to partner with Renascent to present a spring show
Days of Wine and Roses In the fast-moving milieu of Madison Avenue, social drinking is almost an occupational necessity and one that fast-rising young Joe Clay adopts with too ready ease. 

Unfortunately, the girl he meets and marries shares his proclivity and while they continue to tell themselves that they drink because they choose to, it is soon apparent that their habit has become a serious problem.

Days of Wine and Roses was an acclaimed 1958 teleplay by JP Miller which dramatized the problems of alcoholism.

On stage May 9-23, 2015.

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