Plays by Men

Canada Split: A Flush of Tories & Rexy!

Canada Split: A Flush of Tories & Rexy!

Read together, A Flush of Tories and Rexy! form comic bookends, the first viewing our current dilemmas in the context of Conservative leadership in the last century; the second, in the context... >>

Heart of a Dog

Heart of a Dog

Based on Russian author Mikhail Bulgakov's scathing 1925 satire Heart of a Dog, Robert Astle's one-man show brilliantly recreates the story of a dog's-eye view of tyranny and social injustice.... >>

Selkirk Avenue

Selkirk Avenue

Selkirk Avenue, long the street of dreams for new immigrants to Winnipeg, is seen through a close-up lens in this play, narrated by Harold, who has recorded the lives of the inhabitants from his... >>

Summer of My Amazing Luck: The Play

Summer of My Amazing Luck: The Play

With all the humour, compassion, and intelligence of Miriam Toews' novel, this inventive stage adaptation takes audiences on a hilarious and heartbreaking journey as Lucy discovers that this may... >>

The Hats of Mr. Zenobe

The Hats of Mr. Zenobe

Based on the life of Vahan Poladian, a displaced Armenian who lost his family during the Turkish invasion, The Hats of Mr. Zenobe is a poignant indictment of war. In this one-man show, Astle... >>

The Piano Tuner

The Piano Tuner

When Bob, a blind piano tuner, is summoned out to a house on the prairie to tune a derelict piano, he discovers that the piano has been "prepared" with sounds, objects and stories from his own... >>

Urban Myths: Anton & No Cycle

Urban Myths: Anton & No Cycle

In Anton, a Russian emigré finds himself drawn into the lives of three wealthy sisters who live together because they can't agree on selling their inherited Westmount mansion. No Cycle is a... >>

Walking on Water

Walking on Water

Walking on Water is an engaging and theatrical murder mystery. It's also a hilarious return to a place and time of moral clarity, good guys and bad guys, tough broads and daring dames. >>

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