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Bluma Appel Theatre

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27 Front Street East
Toronto, Ontario M5E1B4 Canada

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May 2017

The Return

May 3 @ 8:00 pm

The awe-inspiring power, riveting virtuosity and creative heart of Circa’s acrobatics. The sublime soul of Monteverdi’s operatic music. From the Australian company that has transformed contemporary circus comes another genre-defying show, celebrating the expressive possibilities of the human body pushed to extremes. Akin to a physical poem, the staging sees six highly skilled artists precariously lift, hold, levitate and fall, their movements driven by the twin forces of desire and absence.

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The Return

May 4 @ 8:00 pm

The awe-inspiring power, riveting virtuosity and creative heart of Circa’s acrobatics. The sublime soul of Monteverdi’s operatic music. From the Australian company that has transformed contemporary circus comes another genre-defying show, celebrating the expressive possibilities of the human body pushed to extremes. Akin to a physical poem, the staging sees six highly skilled artists precariously lift, hold, levitate and fall, their movements driven by the twin forces of desire and absence.

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The Return

May 5 @ 7:00 pm

The awe-inspiring power, riveting virtuosity and creative heart of Circa’s acrobatics. The sublime soul of Monteverdi’s operatic music. From the Australian company that has transformed contemporary circus comes another genre-defying show, celebrating the expressive possibilities of the human body pushed to extremes. Akin to a physical poem, the staging sees six highly skilled artists precariously lift, hold, levitate and fall, their movements driven by the twin forces of desire and absence.

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The Return

May 6 @ 8:00 pm

The awe-inspiring power, riveting virtuosity and creative heart of Circa’s acrobatics. The sublime soul of Monteverdi’s operatic music. From the Australian company that has transformed contemporary circus comes another genre-defying show, celebrating the expressive possibilities of the human body pushed to extremes. Akin to a physical poem, the staging sees six highly skilled artists precariously lift, hold, levitate and fall, their movements driven by the twin forces of desire and absence.

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The Return

May 7 @ 1:00 pm

The awe-inspiring power, riveting virtuosity and creative heart of Circa’s acrobatics. The sublime soul of Monteverdi’s operatic music. From the Australian company that has transformed contemporary circus comes another genre-defying show, celebrating the expressive possibilities of the human body pushed to extremes. Akin to a physical poem, the staging sees six highly skilled artists precariously lift, hold, levitate and fall, their movements driven by the twin forces of desire and absence.

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Tommy Emmanuel with special guest Andy McKee

May 11 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every day that begins at 8:00pm, repeating indefinitely

Guitarist Tommy Emmanuel has toured constantly as a solo act, often more than 300 dates a year. However, what really matters is how Tommy makes people feel when he performs. With his powerfully charismatic persona and a simply untouchable musical virtuosity, Tommy draws his listeners into an incredible vortex of happiness from which they are content never to escape. Chet Atkins said, “You can’t watch Tommy play and not feel happy. I just love him.” A master technician, Tommy Emmanuel…

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Tommy Emmanuel with special guest Andy McKee

May 12 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Guitarist Tommy Emmanuel has toured constantly as a solo act, often more than 300 dates a year. However, what really matters is how Tommy makes people feel when he performs. With his powerfully charismatic persona and a simply untouchable musical virtuosity, Tommy draws his listeners into an incredible vortex of happiness from which they are content never to escape. Chet Atkins said, “You can’t watch Tommy play and not feel happy. I just love him.” A master technician, Tommy Emmanuel…

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June 2017

En Avant, Marche!

June 21 @ 8:00 pm

North American Premiere. A genre-defying tragicomedy from acclaimed Belgium choreographer Alain Platel, featuring nearly 40 performers on stage, with four actors and seven musicians joined by 30 members of Toronto’s Weston Silver Band. A trombone player, no longer able to play his instrument due to illness, is demoted to playing the cymbals. Throughout band practice, our larger-than-life protagonist—personified by renowned Flemish actor and singer Wim Opbrouck—terrorizes fellow band members, confides in the audience, sings arias and dances an unlikely ballet…

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En Avant, Marche!

June 22 @ 8:00 pm

North American Premiere. A genre-defying tragicomedy from acclaimed Belgium choreographer Alain Platel, featuring nearly 40 performers on stage, with four actors and seven musicians joined by 30 members of Toronto’s Weston Silver Band. A trombone player, no longer able to play his instrument due to illness, is demoted to playing the cymbals. Throughout band practice, our larger-than-life protagonist—personified by renowned Flemish actor and singer Wim Opbrouck—terrorizes fellow band members, confides in the audience, sings arias and dances an unlikely ballet…

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En Avant, Marche!

June 23 @ 8:00 pm

North American Premiere. A genre-defying tragicomedy from acclaimed Belgium choreographer Alain Platel, featuring nearly 40 performers on stage, with four actors and seven musicians joined by 30 members of Toronto’s Weston Silver Band. A trombone player, no longer able to play his instrument due to illness, is demoted to playing the cymbals. Throughout band practice, our larger-than-life protagonist—personified by renowned Flemish actor and singer Wim Opbrouck—terrorizes fellow band members, confides in the audience, sings arias and dances an unlikely ballet…

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En Avant, Marche!

June 24 @ 8:00 pm

North American Premiere. A genre-defying tragicomedy from acclaimed Belgium choreographer Alain Platel, featuring nearly 40 performers on stage, with four actors and seven musicians joined by 30 members of Toronto’s Weston Silver Band. A trombone player, no longer able to play his instrument due to illness, is demoted to playing the cymbals. Throughout band practice, our larger-than-life protagonist—personified by renowned Flemish actor and singer Wim Opbrouck—terrorizes fellow band members, confides in the audience, sings arias and dances an unlikely ballet…

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September 2017

Josipa Lisac

September 30 @ 8:00 pm

“A dreamer with eyes wide open” and an incorrigible idealist, yet at the same time a visionary and a brave innovator, Josipa Lisac is a unique phenomenon of the music scene. She says of herself that she is terrified of mediocrity and banality, and her whole life is dedicated to finding new, original and often shocking conceptions, which always and everywhere seem attractive, interesting and provocative. In a sentence: Josipa is like no other. ABOUT THE ARTIST: Having sold more…

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