news | Tuesday October 19, 2010

Soulpepper Is Nothing to Sneeze At


In 2011, Toronto’s Soulpepper Theatre Company will stage 17 full productions, including two Governor-General’s Award winners – Judith Thompson’s (1984) White Biting Dog and Guillermo Verdecchia’s (1993) Fronteras Americanas – and a third return of Ted Dykstra’s rethink of Billy Bishop Goes to War, starring its original creators, Eric Peterson and John MacLachlan Gray.

Other intriguing choices include Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts in an adaptation by Morris Panych, along with Jorge Luis Borges’s The Aleph, adapted by Soulpepper founding member Diego Matamoros and associate artist Daniel Brooks and Leo Tolstoy’s The Kreutzer Sonata adapted and performed by Soulpepper founding member Ted Dykstra.

We warmly encourage you to partake of the largest playbill in Soulpepper’s history.

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