Toronto Masque Theatre in 2016/17
a season of desire & transformation

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Apollo & Daphne / Enoch Arden
17, 18, & 19 November 2016, 8:00 p.m. Pre-show event at 7:15 p.m. each evening 
Enoch Turner Schoolhouse, 106 Trinity Street, near the Distillery District

A double-bill featuring Handel’s great dramatic cantata of unrequited love with Canadian opera superstars Jacqueline Woodley & Geoffrey Sirett, paired with Strauss’s heartbreaking Enoch Arden.

 
 
 

The Man Who Married Himself
10 & 11 March 2017, 8:00 p.m. Pre-show event at 7:15 p.m. each evening
11 March 2017,
matinee 2:00 p.m. Pre-show matinee event at 1:15 p.m.
Crow’s Theatre, 345 Carlaw Avenue at Dundas Street East

A stunning South Asian-inspired parable beautifully told through music, words & movement with singers Scott Belluz, Subiksha Rangarajan, & Alex Samaras, & dancers from InDance company.


 
 

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Music Amongst the Trees
19 September 2016, 7:30 p.m., The Atrium at 21 Shaftesbury Avenue
Poetry and songs inspired by trees. Featuring Derek Boyes, actor; Jo Greenaway, piano and members of the Elizabeth MacDonald Voice Studio.

 

O Tannenbaum, The Tree of Life
12 December 2016, 7:30 p.m., The Atrium at 21 Shaftesbury Avenue
Seasonal songs and stories, including No Tongue Will Tally, written in 1974 by Harry Somers and Dr. Claude Bissell for the annual Christmas Gaudy at Massey College. Make merry with food, drink and silent auction.

The Ben Jonson Project: A Vision of Delight
1 May 2017, 7:30 p.m., The Atrium at 21 Shaftesbury Avenue
A stage reading of Ben Jonson’s A Vision of Delight as re-imaged by a contemporary playwright, with a wide array of music styles - a charming celebration of Spring. 

Salons are graciously hosted by Walter & Marina Unger.

Message from the Artistic Director

Welcome to Toronto Masque Theatre’s 2016/17 season! It has been a supreme pleasure putting together this line-up of repertoire, artists and artistic themes, and I hope that you will find it to be another rich combination of the ingredients that make TMT a unique voice on the Toronto arts scene.

I value highly the relationships that one builds as the artistic director of an arts organization: relationships with creative and performing artists, volunteers, other arts companies and, perhaps most importantly, with audience members.

All of our efforts would be pointless without you. You are interested and eager to sit in a darkened auditorium and listen and respond to the stories, ideas and feelings that we want to share with you.

I thank you for that. Thank you for buying tickets, for coming to our outreach and enrichment events and for your generous donations to our company. It is you - our loyal audience – who has encouraged and sustained us over the past twelve seasons. You have inspired us to grow, to take risks and to delve ever deeper into this endlessly fascinating and entertaining art form.

I look forward to continuing the journey with you this season.

Sincerely,

Larry

Larry Beckwith
Artistic Director