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The Boy Friend, directed by John Hirsch.

PRODUCTION HISTORY

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  • 1958-1959 SEASON 


    Theatre 77 Series
    • A Hatful of Rain 
      Michael V. Gazzo
      October 20, 1958 - October 25, 1958
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Glass Menagerie 
      Tennessee Williams
      January 19, 1959 - January 24, 1959
      Dominion Theatre
    • Ring Around the Moon 
      Jean Anouilh and Christopher Fry
      March 23, 1959 - March 28, 1959
      Dominion Theatre
    • Of Mice and Men 
      John Steinbeck
      May 11, 1959 - May 16, 1959
      Dominion Theatre
    Little Theatre Series
    • Blithe Spirit 
      Noël Coward
      November 10, 1958 - November 15, 1958
      Dominion Theatre
    • Teach Me How to Cry 
      Patricia Joudry
      December 8, 1958 - December 13, 1958
      Dominion Theatre
    • Born Yesterday 
      Garson Kanin
      February 23, 1959 - February 28, 1959
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Diary of Anne Frank 
      Dramatized by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett (Based Upon the Book, Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl)
      April 13, 1959 - April 18, 1959
      Dominion Theatre
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Cinderella 
      Book by John Hirsch; Music & Lyrics by Neil Harris
      December 23, 1958 - December 30, 1958
      Dominion Theatre
      World Premiere
      MTC production presented by the Children's Theatre of Winnipeg
    Members' Night Program
    • Fumed Oak 
      Noël Coward
      February 9, 1959 - February 10, 1959
      Dominion Theatre
      Triple-billed with The Answer and No Exit
    • The Answer 
      Phoebe Rees
      February 9, 1959 - February 10, 1959
      Dominion Theatre
      Triple-billed with Fumed Oak and No Exit
    • No Exit 
      Jean-Paul Sartre
      February 9, 1959 - February 10, 1959
      Dominion Theatre
      Triple-billed with Fumed Oak and The Answer
    • The Bald Soprano 
      Eugène Ionesco
      April 27, 1959 - April 28, 1959
      Dominion Theatre
      Triple-billed with The Man in the Bowler Hat and Sunday Costs Five Pesos
    • The Man in the Bowler Hat 
      A.A. Milne
      April 27, 1959 - April 28, 1959
      Dominion Theatre
      Triple-billed with The Bald Soprano and Sunday Costs Five Pesos
    • Sunday Costs Five Pesos 
      Josephina Niggli
      April 27, 1959 - April 28, 1959
      Dominion Theatre
      Triple-billed with The Bald Soprano and The Man in the Bowler Hat
  • 1959-1960 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Solid Gold Cadillac 
      Howard Teichmann and George S. Kaufman
      October 8, 1959 - October 17, 1959
      Beacon Theatre
    • Tea and Sympathy 
      Robert Anderson
      November 12, 1959 - November 21, 1959
      Beacon Theatre
    • On Borrowed Time 
      Paul Osborn
      December 3, 1959 - December 12, 1959
      Beacon Theatre
    • Reclining Figure 
      Harry Kurnitz
      January 14, 1960 - January 23, 1960
      Beacon Theatre
    • Look Back in Anger 
      John Osborne
      February 4, 1960 - February 13, 1960
      Beacon Theatre
    • Volpone 
      Ben Jonson
      March 17, 1960 - March 26, 1960
      Beacon Theatre
    • The Teahouse of the August Moon 
      John Patrick
      April 21, 1960 - April 30, 1960
      Beacon Theatre
    • Anastasia 
      Marcelle Maurette
      May 12, 1960 - May 21, 1960
      Beacon Theatre
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Rapunzel and the Witch (A Magical Fairy Tale) 
      Jack Melanos
      October 17, 1959 - October 31, 1959
      Pantages Playhouse Theatre
      World Premiere
      MTC production presented by the Children's Theatre of Winnipeg
    • Dangerous Venture 
      Adapted by Mort Forer
      February 27, 1960 - March 12, 1960
      Pantages Playhouse Theatre
      MTC production presented by the Children's Theatre of Winnipeg
  • 1960-1961 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Mr. Roberts 
      Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan
      October 6, 1960 - October 15, 1960
      Dominion Theatre
    • Gaslight 
      Patrick Hamilton
      November 10, 1960 - November 19, 1960
      Dominion Theatre
    • A Streetcar Named Desire 
      Tennessee Williams
      December 1, 1960 - December 10, 1960
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Biggest Thief in Town 
      Dalton Trumbo
      January 19, 1961 - January 28, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Dark of the Moon 
      Howard Richardson and William Berney
      February 16, 1961 - February 25, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
    • Juno and the Paycock 
      Sean O'Casey
      March 16, 1961 - March 25, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
    • Visit to a Small Planet 
      Gore Vidal
      April 13, 1961 - April 22, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Fourposter 
      Jan de Hartog
      May 11, 1961 - May 20, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
    Second Stage
    • The Lesson 
      Eugène Ionesco
      October 25, 1960 - October 27, 1960
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Marriage Proposal 
      Anton Chekhov
      October 25, 1960 - October 27, 1960
      Dominion Theatre
    • For the Time Being 
      W.H. Auden
      December 15, 1960
      Dominion Theatre
    • Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mamma's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feelin' So Sad 
      Arthur Kopit
      January 12, 1961 - January 14, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
      Title was changed and presented as Jocasta Is at It Again or Holiday in Havana
    • An Evening with Chekhov 
      Syd Perlmutter; Conceived & Compiled by Harvey Hart
      March 7, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
    • Under Milkwood 
      Dylan Thomas
      March 29, 1961 - April 1, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
    Regional Tour
    • The Fourposter 
      Jan de Hartog
      May 3, 1961 - May 22, 1961
      3 performances in Souris (May 3), Selkirk (May 7) and Flin Flon (May 22)
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Mystery at the Old Fort 
      Adapted for the stage by John Hirsch
      October 22, 1960 - November 19, 1960
      Dominion Theatre
      World Premiere
      MTC production presented by the Children's Theatre of Winnipeg
    • Toad of Toad Hall 
      Adapted by A.A. Milne; Adapted from Kenneth Grahame The Wind in the Willows
      December 27, 1960 - January 7, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
      MTC production presented by the Children's Theatre of Winnipeg
  • 1961-1962 SEASON 


    Summer Series
    • Bus Stop 
      William Inge
      July 3, 1961 - July 15, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
    • Rope 
      Patrick Hamilton
      July 18, 1961 - July 29, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Tender Trap 
      Max Shulman and Robert Paul Smith
      August 1, 1961 - August 12, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Tunnel of Love 
      Joseph Fields and Peter De Vries
      August 15, 1961 - August 26, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
    Mainstage
    • The Lady's Not for Burning 
      Christopher Fry
      October 6, 1961 - October 21, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
    • Speaking of Murder 
      Audrey and William Roos
      November 3, 1961 - November 18, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Playboy of the Western World 
      J.M. Synge
      December 1, 1961 - December 16, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
    • Arms and the Man 
      George Bernard Shaw
      January 12, 1962 - January 27, 1962
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Boy Friend 
      Sandy Wilson
      February 2, 1962 - February 24, 1962
      Dominion Theatre
    • Separate Tables 
      Terence Rattigan
      March 9, 1962 - March 24, 1962
      Dominion Theatre
    • Thieves' Carnival 
      Jean Anouilh
      April 13, 1962 - April 28, 1962
      Dominion Theatre
    • Look Ahead! 
      Len Peterson
      May 11, 1962 - May 26, 1962
      Dominion Theatre
      World Premiere
    Second Stage
    • Waiting for Godot 
      Samuel Beckett
      April 2, 1962 - April 7, 1962
      Dominion Theatre
    Regional Tour
    • We Must Kill Toni 
      Ian Stuart Black
      April 3, 1962 - April 14, 1962
    Theatre for Young Audiences Tour
    • Shakespeare in the Schools 
      William Shakespeare
      April 6, 1962 - April 14, 1962
      Held in conjunction with, and featuring the cast of We Must Kill Toni; 6 performances
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Trapped 
      Tom Hendry
      November 4, 1961 - November 18, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
      World Premiere
      MTC production presented by the Children's Theatre of Winnipeg
    • The Snow Queen 
      Adapted for the stage by John Hirsch; Adapted from Hans Christian Anderson's "The Snow Queen"
      December 23, 1961 - December 31, 1961
      Dominion Theatre
      orld Premiere
      MTC production presented by the Children's Theatre of Winnipeg
  • 1962-1963 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Bonfires of 1962 
      Neil Harris, Eric Donkin, Mort Forer, Goldie Gelmon, Tom Hendry, Chuck Thompson, Marilyn Gardner, Paddy Armstrong and Murray Grand
      October 5, 1962 - October 20, 1962
      Dominion Theatre
      World Premiere
      Original revue. Sketches and songs by Canadian writers.
    • Once More With Feeling 
      Harry Kurnitz
      November 2, 1962 - November 17, 1962
      Dominion Theatre
    • An Enemy of the People 
      Henrik Ibsen; Adapted by Betty Jane Wylie
      November 30, 1962 - December 15, 1962
      Dominion Theatre
      World Premiere
    • Mrs. Warren's Profession 
      George Bernard Shaw
      January 11, 1963 - January 26, 1963
      Dominion Theatre
      A co-production with Red Barn Theatre (Toronto).
    • Pal Joey 
      John O'Hara; Lyrics by Lorenz Hart and Music by Richard Rodgers
      February 1, 1963 - February 16, 1963
      Dominion Theatre
    • Summer of the Seventeenth Doll 
      Ray Lawler
      March 15, 1963 - March 30, 1963
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Caretaker 
      Harold Pinter
      April 11, 1963 - April 27, 1963
      Dominion Theatre
      Canadian Premiere
    • A Very Close Family 
      Bernard Slade
      May 10, 1963 - May 25, 1963
      Dominion Theatre
      World Premiere
    Second Stage
    • A Sunny Morning 
      Margaret Stobie and Victor Murray
      December 10, 1962 - December 15, 1962
      MTC Studio & United College
      One-act play triple billed with To Begin With, A Rock and Two Friends; Venue changed to United College mid runto comply with fire regulations
    • To Begin With, A Rock 
      Martin Lager
      December 10, 1962 - December 15, 1962
      MTC Studio & United College
      World Premiere
      One-act play triple billed with A Sunny Morning and Two Friends; Venue changed to United College mid run to comply with fire regulations
    • Two Friends 
      Christopher Dafoe
      December 10, 1962 - December 15, 1962
      MTC Studio & United College
      World Premiere
      One-act play triple billed with A Sunny Morning and To Begin With, A Rock; Venue changed to United College mid run to comply with fire regulations
    • The Spirit of the People is a Sometime Thing 
      Jack Ofield
      March 18, 1963 - March 23, 1963
      United College
      World Premiere
    • The Love Merchants 
      Jack Ofield
      May 27, 1963 - June 1, 1963
      MTC Studio
      World Premiere
    Regional Tour
    • An Evening with the Irish (The Rising of the Moon; The Shadow of the Glen; The Man of Destiny) 
      Lady Gregory; J.M. Synge; George Bernard Shaw
      March 8, 1963 - April 8, 1963
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Many Moons 
      James Thurber
      October 19, 1962 - November 10, 1962
      Dominion Theatre
    Theatre for Young Audiences Tour
    • Shakespeare Goes to School 
      William Shakespeare
      October 21, 1962 - October 27, 1962
    • The Moderns Go to School 
      Anton Chekhov, George Bernard Shaw, Robert Browning, Carl Sandburg and Charles Dickens
      March 8, 1963 - April 8, 1963
      Held in conjunction with, and featuring the cast of An Evening with the Irish
    Visiting Production
    • Masterpieces of Comedy 
      Compiled with Narration by Andrew Allard
      February 3, 1962
      Dominion Theatre
      Canadian Players production; presented to MTC subscribers only
  • 1963-1964 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Private Lives 
      Noël Coward
      October 4, 1963 - October 19, 1963
      Dominion Theatre
    • Pygmalion 
      George Bernard Shaw
      November 1, 1963 - November 16, 1963
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Hostage 
      Brendan Behan
      November 29, 1963 - December 14, 1963
      Dominion Theatre
    • A Midsummer Night's Dream 
      William Shakespeare
      January 10, 1964 - January 25, 1964
      Dominion Theatre
    • Little Mary Sunshine 
      Rick Besoyan
      January 31, 1964 - February 22, 1964
      Dominion Theatre
    • Five Finger Exercise 
      Peter Shaffer
      March 13, 1964 - March 28, 1964
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Gazebo 
      Alec Coppel
      April 10, 1964 - April 25, 1964
      Dominion Theatre
    • Cat on a Hot Tin Roof 
      Tennessee Williams
      May 8, 1964 - May 23, 1964
      Dominion Theatre
    Second Stage
    • Ding Dong Dell, Dandin's in the Well 
      An adapatation of Molière's comedy George Dandin by Betty Jane Wylie
      May 15, 1964 - May 23, 1964
      MTC Studio
      World Premiere
      Also titled Georges Dandin
    • Endgame 
      Samuel Beckett
      December 2, 1963
      MTC Studio
    Regional Tour
    • Private Lives 
      Noël Coward
      February 25, 1964 - April 13, 1964
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Names and Nicknames 
      James Reaney
      November 9, 1963 - November 30, 1963
      Dominion Theatre
      World Premiere
    Theatre for Young Audiences Tour
    • Les Jeunes Comédiens 
      Molière; Jean de La Fontaine
      October 7, 1963 - November 1, 1963
      Presented by MTC and the National Theatre School, and made possible by the generosity of the provinces of Quebec and Manitoba
    • Shakespeare Goes to School 
      William Shakespeare
      October 21, 1963 - November 8, 1963
    • Shakespeare Goes to School 
      William Shakespeare
      February 25, 1964 - April 13, 1964
      Held in conjunction with, and featuring the cast of Private Lives
    • Moderns Go to School 
      Thornton Wilder, Arthur Miller, Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett and Edward Albee
      January 27, 1964 - February 14, 1964
  • 1964-1965 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Hay Fever 
      Noël Coward
      September 23, 1964 - October 10, 1964
      Dominion Theatre
    • All About Us 
      Len Peterson; Rewrites by Tom Hendry
      October 28, 1964 - November 14, 1964
      Dominion Theatre
      World Premiere
      Produced by The Canadian Players Foundation
    • Mother Courage 
      Bertolt Brecht; English adaptation by Eric Bentley
      December 2, 1964 - December 19, 1964
      Dominion Theatre
      Canadian Premiere
    • The Taming of the Shrew 
      William Shakespeare
      December 30, 1964 - January 16, 1965
      Dominion Theatre
    • Irma La Douce 
      Book & Lyrics by Alexandre Breffort; Music by Marguerite Monnot; English Book & Lyrics by Julian More, David Heneker and Monty Norman
      January 27, 1965 - February 13, 1965
      Dominion Theatre
    • Heartbreak House 
      George Bernard Shaw
      March 10, 1965 - March 27, 1965
      Dominion Theatre
    • Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 
      Edward Albee
      April 7, 1965 - April 24, 1965
      Dominion Theatre
      Canadian Premiere
    • The Typists and the Tiger 
      Murray Schisgal
      May 5, 1965 - May 22, 1965
      Dominion Theatre
      Two one-act comedies
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Box Of Smiles 
      John Hirsch
      October 17, 1964 - November 21, 1964
      Dominion Theatre
      MTC production presented by the Children's Theatre of Winnipeg
    Theatre for Young Audiences Tour
    • Shakespeare Goes to School 
      William Shakespeare
      October 26, 1964 - November 13, 1964
      Senior High School Tour
    • Moderns Go to School 
      Anton Chekhov, Charles Dickens, Alfred Noyes, Anne Marriott and Vachel Lindsay
      January 25, 1965 - February 12, 1965
      Senior High School Tour
    • The Magic of Imagination 
      William Shakespeare, Thornton Wilder, Alfred Boyes, D.H. Lawrence and Robert Service
      November 2, 1964 - November 13, 1964
      World Premiere
      Junior High School Tour
    • L'Amour medecin 
      Molière
      October 19, 1964 - October 30, 1964
      Les Jeunes Comediens
  • 1965-1966 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • The Private Ear and the Public Eye 
      Peter Shaffer
      October 6, 1965 - October 23, 1965
      Dominion Theatre
      Two one-act plays
    • The Importance of Being Earnest 
      Oscar Wilde
      November 3, 1965 - November 20, 1965
      Dominion Theatre
    • Andorra 
      Max Frisch
      December 1, 1965 - December 18, 1965
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Tempest 
      William Shakespeare
      January 12, 1966 - January 29, 1966
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Threepenny Opera 
      Lyrics by Bertolt Brecht; Music by Kurt Weill; English adaptation by Marc Blitzstein
      February 9, 1966 - February 26, 1966
      Dominion Theatre
    • Nicholas Romanov 
      Kinsolving, William
      March 9, 1966 - March 26, 1966
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Fantasticks 
      Words by Tom Jones; Music by Harvey L. Schmidt
      April 27, 1966 - May 7, 1966
      Dominion Theatre
      Inspiration: Les Romanesques by Edmond Rostand
    • The Dance of Death 
      August Strindberg
      April 6, 1966 - April 23, 1966
      Dominion Theatre
    Second Stage
    • In Praise of the Theatre 
      Various
      January 10, 1966 - January 13, 1966
      Theatre Across the Street
    • A Longitude for Latitudes 
      Michael O'Regan
      January 30, 1966 - February 13, 1966
      Theatre Across the Street
      2 performances: January 30 and February 13
    • Everyman '66 
      Tennessee Williams and Jean Giraudoux
      March 11, 1966 - March 13, 1966
      Theatre Across the Street
      Program consists of The Purification (Williams), a mime play and a scene from Madwoman of Chaillot (Giraudoux)
    Regional Tour
    • The Fantasticks 
      Words by Tom Jones; Music by Harvey L. Schmidt
      March 28, 1966 - April 23, 1966
      Inspiration: Les Romanesques by Edmond Rostand
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Sauerkringle 
      John Hirsch
      October 30, 1965 - November 20, 1965
      Dominion Theatre
    • Androcles and the Lion 
      George Bernard Shaw
      April 11, 1966 - April 16, 1966
      Dominion Theatre
    • Holiday Fun for the Little One 
      December 27, 1965 - December 31, 1965
      Theatre Across the Street
    • The Storytellers 
      December 1965
      For ages 2 to 8 yrs.
    Theatre for Young Audiences Tour
    • Fall High School Tour 
      George Bernard Shaw and William Shakespeare
      October 25, 1965 - November 12, 1965
    • Fall Junior High School Tour 
      October 25, 1965 - November 19, 1965
    • Elementary School Tour 
      November 29, 1965 - December 10, 1965
    • Spring High School Tour 
      January 24, 1966 - February 11, 1966
    • Leçons d'amour 
      Molière
      February 14, 1966 - February 19, 1966
      Les Jeunes Comediens
  • 1966-1967 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Charley's Aunt 
      Brandon Thomas
      October 5, 1966 - October 22, 1966
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Rainmaker 
      N. Richard Nash
      November 2, 1966 - November 19, 1966
      Dominion Theatre
    • Galileo 
      Bertolt Brecht
      November 30, 1966 - December 17, 1966
      Dominion Theatre
    • A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum 
      Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; Book by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart
      January 11, 1967 - January 28, 1967
      Dominion Theatre
    • Romeo and Juliet 
      William Shakespeare
      February 8, 1967 - February 25, 1967
      Dominion Theatre
    • Lulu Street 
      Ann Henry
      March 8, 1967 - March 25, 1967
      Dominion Theatre
      World Premiere
    • Luv 
      Murray Schisgal
      April 5, 1967 - April 22, 1967
      Dominion Theatre
    Second Stage
    • Slow Train to Saint Ives 
      Christopher Newton
      December 12, 1966 - December 17, 1966
      Theatre Across the Street
      World Premiere
      One-act play triple billed with Escurial and No Why as part of a week of "Theatre for Cruelty"
    • Escurial 
      Michel de Ghelderode
      December 12, 1966 - December 17, 1966
      Theatre Across the Street
      One-act play triple billed with Slow Train to Saint Ives and No Why as part of a week of "Theatre for Cruelty"
    • No Why 
      John Whiting
      December 12, 1966 - December 17, 1966
      Theatre Across the Street
      One-act play triple billed with Slow Train to Saint Ives and Escurial as part of a week of "Theatre for Cruelty"
    • The Young Company 
      Various
      November 24, 1966 - November 26, 1966
      Theatre Across the Street
      Double bill with The Dock Brief
    • The Dock Brief 
      John Mortimer
      November 24, 1966 - November 26, 1966
      Theatre Across the Street
      Double bill with The Young Company
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • The Little Sweep 
      Benjamin Britten
      October 22, 1966 - November 13, 1966
      Dominion Theatre
    • Holiday Fun for the Little One 
      December 23, 1966 - December 31, 1966
      Theatre Across the Street
    • The Merry Fools 
      Carol Korty
      March 27, 1967 - March 31, 1967
      Dominion Theatre
    Theatre for Young Audiences Tour
    • The Young Company 
      Various
      October 31, 1966 - March 4, 1967
      Elementary and Junior High School Tour
    • The Dock Brief 
      John Mortimer
      November 7, 1966 - November 18, 1966
      Senior High School Tour
  • 1967-1968 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Major Barbara 
      George Bernard Shaw
      October 4, 1967 - October 21, 1967
      Dominion Theatre
      A co-production between MTC and the Shaw Festival
    • Oh! What a Lovely War 
      Charles Chilton; Theatre Workshop
      November 1, 1967 - November 18, 1967
      Dominion Theatre
    • Antigone 
      Sophocles
      November 29, 1967 - December 16, 1967
      Dominion Theatre
      Double bill with Sganarelle
    • Sganarelle 
      Molière; English verison by Miles Malleson
      November 29, 1967 - December 16, 1967
      Dominion Theatre
      Double bill with Antigone
    • The Three Sisters 
      Anton Chekhov
      January 10, 1968 - January 27, 1968
      Dominion Theatre
    • The Fantasticks 
      Words by Tom Jones; Music by Harvey L. Schmidt
      February 7, 1968 - February 24, 1968
      Dominion Theatre
      Inspiration: Les Romanesques by Edmond Rostand
    • A Thousand Clowns 
      Herb Gardner
      March 6, 1968 - March 23, 1968
      Dominion Theatre
    • A Delicate Balance 
      Edward Albee
      April 3, 1968 - April 20, 1968
      Dominion Theatre
      Final presentation at the Dominion Theatre
    Second Stage
    • Picnic on the Battlefield 
      Fernando Arrabal
      January 29, 1968 - February 3, 1968
      Theatre Across the Street
      Double bill with The Lesson
    • The Lesson 
      Eugène Ionesco
      January 29, 1968 - February 3, 1968
      Theatre Across the Street
      Double bill with Picnic on the Battlefield
    • An Evening of One Act Plays 
      Anton Chekhov, Oscar Wilde, August Strindberg, Jean Cocteau and Lawrence Ferlinghetti
      February 20, 1968 - February 24, 1968
      Theatre Across the Street
      One act plays include: "On The Harmfulness of Tobacco", "The Tea Scene" from The Importance of Being Earnest, "The Stronger", "The Human Voice", and The 3,000 Red Ants".
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Kingsayer 
      Betty Jane Wylie
      November 4, 1967 - November 19, 1967
      Dominion Theatre World Premiere
    • The Dandy Lion 
      Pat Patterson and Dodi Robb
      March 9, 1968 - March 24, 1968
      Dominion Theatre
    • Henry Mouse 
      Roberta Dolby
      December 26, 1967 - December 30, 1967
      Theatre Across the Street
    Theatre for Young Audiences Tour
    • Elementary School Tour 
      Excerpts from A.A. Milne, Hilaire Belloc and James Thurber
      November 20, 1967 - December 8, 1967
      MTC's Young Company
    • Junior High School Tour 
      Thornton Wilder and Fernando Arrabal
      February 27, 1968 - March 22, 1968
      Consists of The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden (Wilder) and Picnic on the Battlefield (Arrabal)
  • 1968-1969 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Fiddler on the Roof 
      Book by Joseph Stein; Music by Jerry Bock; Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
      December 2, 1968 - December 6, 1968
      Centennial Concert Hall
      Harold Prince and Theatre Now production
    • A Man for All Seasons 
      Robert Bolt
      January 14, 1969 - January 18, 1969
      Centennial Concert Hall
    • Hotel Paradiso 
      Georges Feydeau and Maurice Desvallieres; English Translation by Peter Glenville
      February 11, 1969 - February 15, 1969
      Centennial Concert Hall
    • Cactus Flower 
      Abe Burrows; Based on a play by Pierre Barillet and Jean Pierre Gredy
      February 17, 1969 - February 21, 1969
      Centennial Concert Hall
      The Producing Managers Company
    Second Stage
    • Happy Days 
      Samuel Beckett
      October 22, 1968 - November 2, 1968
      Theatre Across the Street
      Double bill with Exit the King
    • Exit the King 
      Eugène Ionesco
      October 22, 1968 - November 2, 1968
      Theatre Across the Street
      Double bill with Happy Days
    • School for Wives 
      Molière
      November 19, 1968 - November 30, 1968
      Theatre Across the Street
    • Red Magic 
      Michel de Ghelderode; Translated by George Hauger
      December 10, 1968 - December 21, 1968
      Theatre Across the Street
    • Fortune and Men's Eyes 
      John Herbert
      January 28, 1969 - February 8, 1969
      Theatre Across the Street
    • Variations on Romantic Themes 
      Chekhov, Anton, Oscar Wilde, August Strindberg, Jean Cocteau and Lawrence Ferlinghetti
      February 20, 1969 - February 24, 1969
      Theatre Across the Street
      5 One-Act Plays by Chekhov, Wilde, Strindberg, Cocteau and Ferlinghetti
    • Home Free 
      Lanford Wilson
      March 4, 1969 - March 15, 1969
      Theatre Across the Street Double bill with The Zoo Story
    • The Zoo Story 
      Edward Albee
      March 4, 1969 - March 15, 1969
      Theatre Across the Street
      Double bill with Home Free
    • How the Puppets Formed a Government 
      April 1, 1969 - April 12, 1969
      Theatre Across the Street
      An Improvisational documentary.
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • The Tingalary Bird 
      Mary Melwood
      October 26, 1968 - November 23, 1968
      Theatre Across the Street
    • Beauty and the Beast 
      Jonathan Tolliver
      December 27, 1968 - January 1, 1969
      Pantages Playhouse Theatre
    • Mr. Popacatapetl & the Magic Hot Water Bottle and other stories with very long names 
      Caryl Jenner
      January 18, 1969 - February 22, 1969
      Theatre Across the Street
    • The Magic Trumpet 
      Music & Lyrics by Victor Davies; Book by Victor Cowie
      April 7, 1969 - April 12, 1969
      Pantages Playhouse Theatre
      World Premiere
    Theatre for Young Audiences Tour
    • Les Jeunes Comediens 
      Eugène Labiche
      October 28, 1986 - November 1, 1986
      A choice of two Labiche plays "Major Cravachon" or "Les Deux Timides" and a choice of poems and songs
    • The Clam Made a Face 
      Eric Nicol
      November 6, 1968 - December 16, 1968
      Elementary School Tour
    • Junior and Senior High Tour 
      Samuel Beckett, Edward Albee, Eugène Ionesco and Lewis Carroll
      February 26, 1969 - March 21, 1969
      Based on Theatre of the Absurd
  • 1969-1970 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Man of La Mancha 
      Book by Dale Wasserman; Lyrics by Joe Darion; Miguel De Cervantes
      October 13, 1969 - October 17, 1969
      Centennial Concert Hall
      Inspired by the life and works of De Cervantes; a Albert W. Selden and Hal James Production
    • Cabaret 
      Book by Joe Masteroff; Music by John Kander; Lyrics by Fred Ebb, John Van Druten and Christopher Isherwood
      November 17, 1969 - November 21, 1969
      Centennial Concert Hall
      Based on Van Druten's play I Am A Camera and Isherwood's Berlin Stories; a Harold Prince (in association with Ruth Mitchell and Theatre Now) production
    • Marat/Sade 
      Peter Weiss; English version by Geoffrey Skelton; Verse adaptation by Adrian Mitchell
      January 26, 1970 - January 30, 1970
      Centennial Concert Hall
      The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as performed by the inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the direction of the Marquis de Sade
    • You Can't Take It With You 
      Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman
      March 9, 1970 - March 13, 1970
      Centennial Concert Hall
    • After the Fall 
      Arthur Miller
      April 13, 1970 - April 17, 1970
      Centennial Concert Hall
    Second Stage
    • Hail Scrawdyke! (Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs) 
      David Halliwell
      October 28, 1969 - November 8, 1969
      The Warehouse
    • Harry, Noon and Night 
      Ronald Ribman
      December 2, 1969 - December 13, 1969
      The Warehouse
      Canadian Premiere
    • Mandragola 
      Niccolo Machiavelli
      January 6, 1970 - January 17, 1970
      The Warehouse
    • La Ronde 
      Arthur Schnitzler
      February 1, 1970
      The Warehouse
      Workshop production
    • Escurial 
      Michel de Ghelderode
      February 10, 1970 - February 21, 1970
      The Warehouse
      Double bill with The Indian Wants the Bronx
    • The Indian Wants the Bronx 
      Israel Horovitz
      February 10, 1970 - February 21, 1970
      The Warehouse
      Double bill with Escurial
    • The Canadian Mime Theatre 
      Canadian Mime Theatre
      March 1, 1970 - March 22, 1970
      The Warehouse
      A Canadian Mime Theatre production
    • La Turista 
      Sam Shepard
      March 17, 1970 - March 28, 1970
      The Warehouse
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Sir Epicure Loses Face 
      John Wood
      October 26, 1969 - November 16, 1969
      Theatre Across the Street
      Also titled The Candy Caper
    • The Snow Queen 
      Hans Christian Anderson; Adapted by Suria Magito and Rudolf Weil
      December 29, 1969 - January 3, 1970
      Pantages Playhouse Theatre
    • The Circus 
      Canadian Mime Theatre
      March 30, 1970 - April 4, 1970
      Pantages Playhouse Theatre
      A Canadian Mime Theatre production
    Theatre for Young Audiences Tour
    • Elementary School Tour 
      November 12, 1969 - December 9, 1969
      World Premiere
      Based on the current exploration of space
    • Shapes and Shadows 
      Canadian Mime Theatre
      February 25, 1970 - March 24, 1970
      A Canadian Mime Theatre production; Junior and High School Tour
  • 1970-1971 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • A Man's a Man 
      Bertolt Brecht; Translated by Gerhard Nellhaus
      November 2, 1970 - November 21, 1970
      MTC Mainstage
    • Long Day's Journey Into Night 
      Eugene O'Neill
      November 30, 1970 - December 19, 1970
      MTC Mainstage
    • Salvation 
      Peter Link; Book, Music & Lyrics by C.C. Courtney
      January 11, 1971 - January 30, 1971
      MTC Mainstage
    • Hobson's Choice 
      Harold Brighouse
      February 8, 1971 - February 27, 1971
      MTC Mainstage
    • War and Peace 
      Alfred Neumann and Erwin Piscator; Adapted by Guntram Prufer and Leo Tolstoy; English version by Robert David MacDonald
      March 8, 1971 - March 27, 1971
      MTC Mainstage
      Adapted from the novel by Tolstoy
    • Little Murders 
      Jules Feiffer
      April 5, 1971 - April 27, 1971
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • The Sun Never Sets 
      Devised by Patrick Crean
      November 25, 1970 - December 2, 1970
      The Warehouse
      Inspired by the works of Kipling
    • Tomorrow is St. Valentine's Day: An Anthology of Love Scenes, Sonnets and Songs 
      William Shakespeare
      February 10, 1971 - February 13, 1971
      The Warehouse
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • The Adventures of Pinocchio 
      Written and directed by John Wood; Adapted from the stories of Carlo Collodi
      December 28, 1970 - January 2, 1971
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • Reginald the Robot or The Misplaced Jelly Bean 
      Book by Victor Davies and Victor Cowie; Music & Lyrics by Victor Davies
      April 12, 1971 - April 17, 1971
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
    Theatre for Young Audiences Tour
    • Ma's Travelling Circus and Vaudeville Show 
      November 30, 1970 - January 22, 1971
      Elementary School Tour
    • One-Man Masque 
      James Reaney
      March 1, 1971 - March 23, 1971
      Junior and Senior High School tour
  • 1971-1972 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • What the Butler Saw 
      Joe Orton
      October 25, 1971 - November 13, 1971
      MTC Mainstage
    • Alice Through the Looking Glass 
      Lewis Carroll; Adapted by Keith Turnbull; Music composed by Allan Laing
      November 29, 1971 - December 24, 1971
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Homecoming 
      Harold Pinter
      January 10, 1972 - January 29, 1972
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Sun and the Moon 
      James Reaney
      February 7, 1972 - February 26, 1972
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • Lady Frederick 
      W. Somerset Maugham
      March 6, 1972 - March 25, 1972
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Comedy of Errors 
      William Shakespeare
      April 17, 1972 - May 6, 1972
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • Head ‘Em off at The Pas 
      Conceived and Directed by John Wood
      January 5, 1972 - January 15, 1972
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • Head ‘Em off at The Pas 
      Conceived and Directed by John Wood
      February 28, 1972 - March 11, 1972
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Folly 
      Molière and Michel de Ghelderode
      October 12, 1971 - November 5, 1971
      The Warehouse
      Featuring The Flying Doctor and The Jealous Husband (Molière) and The Blind Men (de Ghelderode)
    • Alice Through the Looking Glass 
      Lewis Carroll; Adapted by Keith Turnbull; Music composed by Allan Laing
      December 23, 1971 - December 31, 1971
      MTC Mainstage
    • Names and Nicknames 
      James Reaney
      March 27, 1972 - March 31, 1972
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Comedy of Errors 
      William Shakespeare
      April 10, 1972 - April 14, 1972
      MTC Mainstage
  • 1972-1973 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • A Streetcar Named Desire 
      Tennessee Williams
      October 2, 1972 - October 21, 1972
      MTC Mainstage
    • Sleuth 
      Anthony Shaffer
      October 30, 1972 - November 18, 1972
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
    • A Thurber Carnival 
      James Thurber
      November 27, 1972 - December 16, 1972
      MTC Mainstage
    • Hedda Gabler 
      Henrik Ibsen
      January 8, 1973 - January 27, 1973
      MTC Mainstage
    • Guys and Dolls 
      Music & Lyrics by Frank Loesser; Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows; Story by Damon Runyan
      February 5, 1973 - March 3, 1973
      MTC Mainstage
    • Hamlet 
      William Shakespeare
      March 19, 1973 - April 28, 1973
      MTC Mainstage
      Presented in repertory with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
    • Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead 
      Tom Stoppard
      March 20, 1973 - April 28, 1973
      MTC Mainstage
      Presented in repertory with Hamlet
    Second Stage
    • The Promise 
      Aleksei Arbuzov
      October 25, 1972 - November 4, 1972
      The Warehouse
    • En Pieces Detachees 
      Michel Tremblay; Translated by Allan Van Meer
      January 17, 1973 - January 27, 1973
      The Warehouse
      English Language Premiere
    • Jacques Brel is Alive & Well & Living in Paris 
      Jacques Brel; English lyrics & additional material by Eric Blau and Mort Shuman
      February 2, 1973 - February 19, 1973
      The Warehouse
      David Y.H. Lui production; Based on Brel's lyrics and commentary
    • Wedding in White 
      William Fruet
      May 9, 1973 - May 19, 1973
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • The Promise 
      Aleksei Arbuzov
      January 8, 1973 - January 20, 1973
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • On the Air 
      Conceived by Heath Lamberts
      November 21, 1972 - December 15, 1972
      The Warehouse
      Elementary School Program
    • The Dancing Donkey 
      Eric Vos
      December 23, 1972 - December 30, 1972
      MTC Mainstage
    • Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead 
      Tom Stoppard
      March 15, 1973 - May 1, 1973
      MTC Mainstage
    • Hamlet 
      William Shakespeare
      March 16, 1973 - May 4, 1973
      MTC Mainstage
    Other Production
    • A Woman's Libby 
      Libby Morris
      May 13, 1973
      MTC Mainstage
  • 1973-1974 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • You Never Can Tell 
      George Bernard Shaw
      October 19, 1973 - November 10, 1973
      MTC Mainstage
      A Shaw Festival production
    • A Day in the Death of Joe Egg 
      Peter Nichols
      November 23, 1973 - December 15, 1973
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Dybbuk 
      Sholem Ansky; Adapted by John Hirsch
      January 11, 1974 - February 2, 1974
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • Godspell 
      Music & Lyrics by Stephen Shwartz; Conceived by John-Michael Tebelak
      February 15, 1974 - March 10, 1974
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Plough and the Stars 
      Sean O'Casey
      March 22, 1974 - April 13, 1974
      MTC Mainstage
    • Indian 
      George Ryga
      May 3, 1974 - May 25, 1974
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
      Double bill with Black Comedy
    • Black Comedy 
      Peter Shaffer
      May 3, 1974 - May 25, 1974
      MTC Mainstage
      Double bill with Indian
    Second Stage
    • Mime Over Five 
      Canadian Mime Theatre
      November 24, 1973 - December 15, 1973
      The Warehouse
      A Canadian Mime Theatre production
    • Esker Mike and His Wife Agiluk 
      Herschel Hardin
      February 6, 1974 - February 16, 1974
      The Warehouse
      Subtitled "Scenes from Life in the McKenzie River Delta"
    • You're Gonna Be Alright, Jamie-Boy 
      David Freeman
      March 13, 1974 - March 23, 1974
      The Warehouse
      Produced by Tarragon Theatre
    • Jubalay 
      Patrick Rose and Merv Campone
      May 8, 1974 - May 18, 1974
      The Warehouse
      World Premiere
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Winnie-the-Pooh 
      A.A. Milne; Adapted by Julian Slade
      December 26, 1973 - December 31, 1973
      MTC Mainstage
      Inspired by the stories by Milne
    • Mime Over Five 
      Canadian Mime Theatre
      November 19, 1973 - December 14, 1973
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Mime Theatre production; Elementary School Program
    • The Plough and the Stars 
      Sean O'Casey
      April 15, 1974 - April 19, 1974
      MTC Mainstage
      Senior School Program
    Visiting Production
    • The Farm Show 
      Ted Johns and Paul Thompson
      April 7, 1974
      MTC Mainstage
      Theatre Passe Muraille tour
  • 1974-1975 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • The Sunshine Boys 
      Neil Simon
      October 18, 1974 - November 9, 1974
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Cherry Orchard 
      Anton Chekhov, Translated by David Magarshack
      November 22, 1974 - December 14, 1974
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Boyfriend 
      Sandy Wilson
      January 10, 1975 - February 1, 1975
      MTC Mainstage
    • Forget-Me-Not Lane 
      Peter Nichols
      February 14, 1975 - March 8, 1975
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
    • Red Emma, Queen of the Anarchists 
      Carol Bolt
      March 21, 1975 - April 12, 1975
      MTC Mainstage
    • Trelawny of the "Wells" 
      Arthur Wing Pinero
      April 25, 1975 - May 17, 1975
      MTC Mainstage
      A Toronto Arts Productions presentation
    Second Stage
    • Old Times 
      Harold Pinter
      October 30, 1974 - November 9, 1974
      The Warehouse
    • Hosanna 
      Michel Tremblay; Translated by John Van Burek and Bill Glassco
      February 24, 1975 - March 8, 1975
      The Warehouse
    • The Knack 
      Ann Jellicoe
      April 23, 1975 - May 3, 1975
      The Warehouse
    • Crabdance 
      Beverley Simons
      May 14, 1975 - May 24, 1975
      The Warehouse
    National Tour
    • The Dybbuk 
      Sholem Ansky; Adapted by John Hirsch
      September 10, 1974 - November 24, 1974
      Toured to Toronto, Waterloo, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ottawa and Montreal
    • Jubalay 
      Patrick Rose and Merv Campone
      September 10, 1974 - November 17, 1974
      Toured to Calgary, Ottawa and Toronto
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • The Brave Little Tailor 
      Aurand Harris
      December 23, 1974 - December 31, 1974
      MTC Mainstage
    • Red Emma, Queen of the Anarchists 
      Carol Bolt
      April 14, 1975 - April 18, 1975
      MTC Mainstage
    Visiting Production
    • Ten Lost Years 
      From the book by Barry Broadfoot, Original songs by Cedric Smith, Dramatized by Jack Winter, Cedric Smith
      November 14, 1974 - November 16, 1974
      MTC Mainstage
      A Toronto Workshop Production tour
    • Almighty Voice 
      Conceived and directed by Clarke Rogers
      February 6, 1975 - February 8, 1975
      The Warehouse
  • 1975-1976 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Cyrano de Bergerac 
      Edmond Rostand; translated and adapted by Anthony Burgess
      October 17, 1975 - November 8, 1975
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Price 
      Arthur Miller
      November 21, 1975 - December 13, 1975
      MTC Mainstage
    • Equus 
      Peter Shaffer
      January 9, 1976 - January 31, 1976
      MTC Mainstage
    • Company 
      Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; Book by George Furth
      February 13, 1976 - March 6, 1976
      MTC Mainstage
    • Of Mice and Men 
      John Steinbeck
      March 19, 1976 - April 10, 1976
      MTC Mainstage
    • Private Lives 
      Noël Coward
      April 23, 1976 - May 15, 1976
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • The Collected Works of Billy the Kid 
      Michael Ondaatje
      November 25, 1975 - December 13, 1975
      The Warehouse
    • Theatre Beyond Words 
      Canadian Mime Theatre
      January 23, 1976 - February 14, 1976
      The Warehouse
      A Canadian Mime Theatre production
    • Endgame 
      Samuel Beckett
      February 24, 1976 - March 13, 1976
      The Warehouse
    • Creeps 
      David Freeman
      March 30, 1976 - April 17, 1976
      The Warehouse
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Cyrano de Bergerac 
      Edmond Rostand; translated and adapted by Anthony Burgess
      October 9, 1975 - October 16, 1975
      MTC Mainstage
    • A Christmas Carol 
      (a story theatre rendition of Charles Dickens' all time family favourite) adapted by David Ball & David Feldshuh
      December 22, 1975 - December 29, 1975
      MTC Mainstage
    • Theatre Beyond Words 
      Canadian Mime Theatre
      January 23, 1976 - February 14, 1976
      The Warehouse
      A Canadian Mime Theatre production; elementary school program
  • 1976-1977 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Twelfth Night 
      William Shakespeare
      October 15, 1976 - November 6, 1976
      MTC Mainstage
    • All Over 
      Edward Albee
      November 19, 1976 - December 11, 1976
      MTC Mainstage
    • Relatively Speaking 
      Alan Ayckbourn
      January 7, 1977 - January 29, 1977
      MTC Mainstage
    • Dames at Sea 
      Book and Lyrics by George Haimsohn and Robin Miller; Music by Jim Wise
      February 11, 1977 - March 5, 1977
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Crucible 
      Arthur Miller
      March 18, 1977 - April 9, 1977
      MTC Mainstage
    • She Stoops to Conquer 
      Oliver Goldsmith
      April 22, 1977 - May 14, 1977
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • Berlin to Broadway with Kurt Weill 
      Lyrics by Maxwell Anderson, Marc Blitzstein, Bertolt Brecht, Jacques Deval, Michael Feingold, Ira Gershwin, Paul Green, Langston Hughes, Alan Jay Lerner, Ogden Nash, George Tabori and Arnold Weinstein; Music by Kurt Weill; Text and Format by Gene Lerner
      September 30, 1976 - October 23, 1976
      The Warehouse
    • Canadian Gothic 
      Joanna M. Glass
      November 25, 1976 - December 11, 1976
      The Warehouse
      Double bill with American Modern
    • American Modern 
      Joanna M. Glass
      November 25, 1976 - December 11, 1976
      The Warehouse
      Double bill with Canadian Gothic
    • Waiting for Godot 
      Samuel Beckett
      February 24, 1977 - March 12, 1977
      The Warehouse
    • Alpha Beta 
      E.A. Whitehead
      March 31, 1977 - April 16, 1977
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • Fables Here and Then 
      David Feldshuh
      February 14, 1977 - February 23, 1977
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Twelfth Night 
      William Shakespeare
      October 7, 1976 - October 14, 1976
      MTC Mainstage
    • Beauty and the Beast 
      William Glennon
      December 24, 1976 - December 29, 1976
      MTC Mainstage
    • Fables Here and Then 
      David Feldshuh
      January 17, 1977 - February 11, 1977
      The Warehouse
      Canadian Premiere Elementary School Program
  • 1977-1978 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • The Last Chalice 
      Joanna M. Glass
      October 7, 1977 - October 29, 1977
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • Knock Knock 
      Jules Feiffer
      November 18, 1977 - December 10, 1977
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Contractor 
      David Storey
      January 6, 1978 - January 28, 1978
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
    • The Night of the Iguana 
      Tennessee Williams
      February 10, 1978 - March 4, 1978
      MTC Mainstage
    • Measure for Measure 
      William Shakespeare
      March 17, 1978 - April 8, 1978
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Royal Hunt of the Sun 
      Peter Shaffer
      April 21, 1978 - May 13, 1978
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • Hello and Goodbye 
      Athol Fugard
      October 13, 1977 - October 29, 1977
      The Warehouse
    • Oh Coward! A Musical Comedy Revue 
      Words and Music by Noël Coward; Devised by Roderick Cook
      November 24, 1977 - December 10, 1977
      The Warehouse
    • The Sea Horse 
      Edward J. Moore
      February 23, 1978 - March 11, 1978
      The Warehouse
    • Ashes 
      David Rudkin
      April 6, 1978 - April 22, 1978
      The Warehouse
    Plays in Progress
    • Love is Meant to Make Us Glad 
      Conceived by David Brown and Pat Galloway
      December 16, 1977 - December 24, 1977
      The Warehouse
      World Premiere
      Each performance in the Plays in Progress series was followed by discussion sessions so that the audience could participate with the casts and playwrights in the creative process involved in preparing new works.
    • For Love and Chicken Soup 
      Brad Leiman
      May 1, 1978 - May 6, 1978
      The Warehouse
      World Premiere
      Each performance in the Plays in Progress series was followed by discussion sessions so that the audience could participate with the casts and playwrights in the creative process involved in preparing new works.
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Knock Knock 
      Jules Feiffer
      October 6, 1977 - November 17, 1977
      MTC Mainstage
    • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 
      Adapted by Clive Endersby
      December 24, 1977 - December 29, 1977
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Potato People 
      Theatre Beyond Words
      January 9, 1978 - February 3, 1978
      The Warehouse
      Theatre Beyond Words production
    Visiting Production
    • The Potato People 
      Theatre Beyond Words
      January 13, 1978 - February 4, 1978
      The Warehouse
      Theatre Beyond Words production
  • 1978-1979 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • A Midsummer Night's Dream 
      William Shakespeare
      October 13, 1978 - November 4, 1978
      MTC Mainstage
    • A Doll House 
      Henrik Ibsen; Translated by John Lingard
      November 17, 1978 - December 9, 1978
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
      A new Canadian translation commissioned by Manitoba Theatre Centre
    • How the Other Half Loves 
      Alan Ayckbourn
      January 12, 1979 - February 3, 1979
      MTC Mainstage
    • Death of a Salesman 
      Arthur Miller
      February 16, 1979 - March 10, 1979
      MTC Mainstage
    • Veronica's Room 
      Ira Levin
      March 23, 1979 - April 14, 1979
      MTC Mainstage
    • A Bee in Her Bonnet 
      Georges Feydeau; Translated by Brian Blakey from the original Une Puce À L'Oreille (A Flea in Her Ear)
      April 27, 1979 - May 19, 1979
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
      A new Canadian translation commissioned by Manitoba Theatre Centre
    Second Stage
    • Forever Yours, Marie-Lou 
      Michel Tremblay; Translated by Bill Glassco and John Van Burek
      November 8, 1978 - November 25, 1978
      The Warehouse
    • Theatre Beyond Words 
      Theatre Beyond Words
      January 3, 1979 - January 20, 1979
      The Warehouse
      Theatre Beyond Words production
    • The Zoo Story 
      Edward Albee
      February 28, 1979 - March 17, 1979
      The Warehouse
      Double bill with Sexual Perversity in Chicago
    • Sexual Perversity in Chicago 
      David Mamet
      February 28, 1979 - March 17, 1979
      The Warehouse
      Double bill with The Zoo Story
    • Sizwe Bansi is Dead 
      Athol Fugard
      April 11, 1979 - April 28, 1979
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • Theatre Beyond Words 
      Theatre Beyond Words
      February 26, 1979 - March 10, 1979
      Theatre Beyond Words production
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • A Midsummer Night's Dream 
      William Shakespeare
      October 4, 1978 - October 11, 1978
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Adventures of Robin Hood 
      Adapted by Clive Endersby
      December 23, 1978 - December 29, 1978
      MTC Mainstage
    Theatre for Young Audiences Tour
    • The Day Jake Made ‘Er Rain 
      W.O. Mitchell
      January 8, 1979 - February 2, 1979
      Elementary School Program
  • 1979-1980 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Travesties 
      Tom Stoppard
      October 12, 1979 - November 3, 1979
      MTC Mainstage
    • Artichoke 
      Joanna M. Glass
      November 16, 1979 - December 8, 1979
      MTC Mainstage
    • Absurd Person Singular 
      Alan Ayckbourn
      January 11, 1980 - February 2, 1980
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Seagull 
      Anton Chekhov; Translated and Adapted by Arif Hasnain
      February 15, 1980 - March 8, 1980
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • The Diary of Anne Frank 
      A Dramatization by Frances Goodrich & Albert Hackett
      March 21, 1980 - April 12, 1980
      MTC Mainstage
    • Dracula 
      Dramatized by Hamilton Deane & John L. Balderson From the novel by Bram Stoker
      April 25, 1980 - May 17, 1980
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • American Buffalo 
      David Mamet
      October 17, 1979 - November 3, 1979
      The Warehouse
    • Circus Gothic 
      Jan Kudelka
      November 26, 1979 - December 15, 1979
      The Warehouse
    • Waiting for the Parade 
      John Murrell
      January 9, 1980 - January 26, 1980
      The Warehouse
    • Talley's Folly 
      Lanford Wilson
      February 27, 1980 - March 15, 1980
      The Warehouse
      Canadian Premiere
    • Spokesong, or The Common Wheel 
      Stewart Parker
      April 2, 1980 - April 19, 1980
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • Waiting for the Parade 
      John Murrell
      January 28, 1980 - February 8, 1980
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Travesties 
      Tom Stoppard
      October 3, 1979 - October 11, 1979
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Trickster 
      Evelyn Garbray
      December 22, 1979 - December 28, 1979
      MTC Mainstage
      Mermaid Theatre production
    Theatre for Young Audiences Tour
    • Hilary's Birthday 
      Joe Wiesenfeld
      January 28, 1980 - February 22, 1980
      Elementary School Program
  • 1980-1981 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Billy Bishop Goes to War 
      John Gray in collaboration with Eric Peterson; Music and Lyrics by John Gray
      October 3, 1980 - October 25, 1980
      MTC Mainstage
      A Vancouver East Cultural Centre presentation
    • Jittters 
      David French
      November 14, 1980 - December 6, 1980
      MTC Mainstage
    • Balconville 
      David Fennario
      January 9, 1981 - January 31, 1981
      MTC Mainstage
      A Centaur Theatre production
    • Grease 
      Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey
      February 13, 1981 - March 7, 1981
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Citadel Theatre
    • The Elephant Man 
      Bernard Pomerance
      March 20, 1981 - April 11, 1981
      MTC Mainstage
    • As You Like It 
      William Shakespeare
      April 24, 1981 - May 16, 1981
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • Betrayal 
      Harold Pinter
      October 22, 1980 - November 8, 1980
      The Warehouse
      Canadian Premiere
    • Macbeth 
      William Shakespeare
      November 26, 1980 - December 13, 1980
      The Warehouse
    • Bent 
      Martin Sherman
      January 28, 1981 - February 14, 1981
      The Warehouse
      Canadian Premiere
    • 1837: The Farmers' Revolt 
      Rick Salutin and Theatre Passe Muraille
      April 1, 1981 - April 18, 1981
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • 1837: The Farmers' Revolt 
      Rick Salutin and Theatre Passe Muraille
      February 18, 1981 - March 26, 1981
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Billy Bishop Goes to War 
      John Gray in collaboration with Eric Peterson
      October 27, 1980 - October 31, 1980
      MTC Mainstage
      A Vancouver East Cultural Centre presentation
    • Macbeth 
      William Shakespeare
      November 26, 1980 - December 13, 1980
      The Warehouse
    • Alice in Wonderland 
      Clive Endersby; based on the Lewis Carroll classic
      December 20, 1980 - January 3, 1981
      MTC Mainstage
    Theatre for Young Audiences Tour
    • The Windigo 
      Dennis Foon
      January 26, 1981 - February 27, 1981
      Elementary School Program
  • 1981-1982 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Encore Brel! 
      Jacques Brel; English lyrics by Richard Ouzounian, Alasdair Clayre, Rod McKuen and Paul Austen
      October 15, 1981 - November 7, 1981
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
    • Candida 
      George Bernard Shaw
      November 19, 1981 - December 12, 1981
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Black Bonspiel of Wullie MacCrimmon 
      W.O. Mitchell
      December 31, 1981 - January 23, 1982
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Taming of the Shrew 
      William Shakespeare
      February 11, 1982 - March 6, 1982
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Little Foxes 
      Lillian Hellman
      March 18, 1982 - April 10, 1982
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Importance of Being Earnest 
      Oscar Wilde
      April 22, 1982 - May 15, 1982
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • The Gin Game 
      D.L. Coburn
      October 5, 1981 - October 24, 1981
      The Warehouse
    • The Tempest 
      William Shakespeare
      November 23, 1981 - December 12, 1981
      The Warehouse
    • Thimblerig 
      Alf Silver
      January 11, 1982 - January 30, 1982
      The Warehouse
      World Premiere
    • A Moon for the Misbegotten 
      Eugene O'Neill
      February 15, 1982 - March 6, 1982
      The Warehouse
    • Side by Sidy by Sondheim 
      Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Leonard Bernstein, Mary Rodgers, Richard Rodgers, and Jule Styne; By arrangement with Cameron Mackintosh
      March 22, 1982 - April 10, 1982
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • Billy Bishop Goes to War 
      John Gray in collaboration with Eric Peterson; Music and Lyrics by John Gray
      October 27, 1981 - November 28, 1981
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • The Tempest 
      William Shakespeare
      November 9, 1981 - November 20, 1981
      The Warehouse
  • 1982-1983 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Nicholas Nickleby 
      Charles Dickens; Adapted by Richard Ouzounian
      September 16, 1982 - October 9, 1982
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
    • Blood Relations 
      Sharon Pollock
      October 21, 1982 - November 13, 1982
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Man Who Came to Dinner 
      Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman
      November 25, 1982 - December 18, 1982
      MTC Mainstage
    • Richard III 
      William Shakespeare
      January 6, 1983 - January 29, 1983
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Three Musketeers 
      Eberle Thomas; Based on Alexandre Dumas' novel Les Trois Mousquetaires, and on his play La Jeunesse Des Mousquetaires
      February 10, 1983 - March 5, 1983
      MTC Mainstage
    • Mass Appeal 
      Bill C. Davis
      March 17, 1983 - April 9, 1983
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • Fifth of July 
      Lanford Wilson
      October 13, 1982 - October 30, 1982
      The Warehouse
    • How I Got That Story 
      Amlin Gray
      November 17, 1982 - December 4, 1982
      The Warehouse
    • Paper Wheat 
      25th Street Theatre
      February 2, 1983 - February 19, 1983
      The Warehouse
    • Cloud 9 
      Caryl Churchill
      March 14, 1983 - March 26, 1983
      The Warehouse
    • Climate of the Times 
      Alf Silver
      April 13, 1983 - April 30, 1983
      The Warehouse
      World Premiere
    Regional Tour
    • Paper Wheat 
      25th Street Theatre
      February 21, 1983 - March 26, 1983
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Richard III 
      William Shakespeare
      January 4, 1983 - January 5, 1983
      MTC Mainstage
    • Paper Wheat 
      25th Street Theatre
      January 17, 1983 - February 1, 1983
      The Warehouse
  • 1983-1984 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • The Mikado 
      Book by W.S. Gilbert, music by Arthur Sullivan
      September 29, 1983 - October 22, 1983
      MTC Mainstage
      A Stratford Festival production
    • A Tale of Two Cities 
      Charles Dickens; Adapted for the stage by Richard Ouzounian
      November 10, 1983 - December 3, 1983
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • Much Ado About Nothing 
      William Shakespeare
      January 5, 1984 - February 25, 1984
      MTC Mainstage
      Presented in repertory with The Duchess of Malfi
    • The Duchess of Malfi 
      John Webster
      January 6, 1984 - February 25, 1984
      MTC Mainstage
      Presented in repertory with Much Ado About Nothing
    • Bedroom Farce 
      Alan Ayckbourn
      March 8, 1984 - March 31, 1984
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Dining Room 
      A. R. Gurney, Junior.
      April 5, 1984 - April 28, 1984
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • La Sagouine 
      Antonine Maillet; English translation by Luis De Cespedes
      November 9, 1983 - November 26, 1983
      The Warehouse
    • The Actor's Nightmare 
      Christopher Durang
      December 7, 1983 - December 24, 1983
      The Warehouse
      Double bill with Sister Mary Ignatius Explains it All for You
    • Sister Mary Ignatius Explains it All for You 
      Christopher Durang
      December 7, 1983 - December 24, 1983
      The Warehouse
      Double bill with The Actor's Nightmare
    • Remember Me 
      Michel Tremblay; Translated by John Stowe
      January 11, 1984 - January 28, 1984
      The Warehouse
      English Language Premiere
    • Clearances 
      Alf Silver; From a scenario by Ian F. Ross
      February 8, 1984 - February 25, 1984
      The Warehouse
      World Premiere
    Regional Tour
    • Ten Lost Years 
      Barry Broadfoot
      February 28, 1984 - April 16, 1984
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • A Tale of Two Cities 
      Charles Dickens; Adapted for the stage by Richard Ouzounian
      November 3, 1983 - November 9, 1983
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • Much Ado About Nothing 
      William Shakespeare
      January 3, 1984 - February 1, 1984
      MTC Mainstage
    MTC Workshop Production
    • The Zoo Story 
      Edward Albee
      February 13, 1984 - February 14, 1984
      The Warehouse - Rehearsal Hall
      Double bill with Berthe
    • Berthe 
      Michel Tremblay; Translated by John Van Burek
      February 13, 1984 - February 14, 1984
      The Warehouse - Rehearsal Hall
      Double bill with The Zoo Story
  • 1984-1985 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Amadeus 
      Peter Shaffer
      October 11, 1984 - November 3, 1984
      MTC Mainstage
    • Old World 
      Aleksei Arbuzov; Translated by Ariadne Nicolaeff
      November 15, 1984 - December 8, 1984
      MTC Mainstage
    • Quiet in the Land 
      Anne Chislett
      December 27, 1984 - January 26, 1985
      MTC Mainstage
    • Born Yesterday 
      Garson Kanin
      February 7, 1985 - March 2, 1985
      MTC Mainstage
    • Quartermaine's Terms 
      Simon Gray
      March 14, 1985 - April 6, 1985
      MTC Mainstage
    • Tartuffe 
      Molière translated by Christopher Hampton
      April 18, 1985 - May 11, 1985
      MTC Mainstage
      North American Premiere
    Second Stage
    • La Saguoine 
      Antonine Maillet; Translated by Luis De Cespedes
      October 1, 1984 - October 13, 1984
      The Warehouse
    • Sea Marks 
      Gardner McKay
      October 24, 1984 - November 10, 1984
      The Warehouse
    • ‘night, Mother 
      Marsha Norman
      November 28, 1984 - December 15, 1984
      The Warehouse
    • Beautiful Deeds/ De Beaux Gestes 
      Marie-Lynn Hammond
      January 9, 1985 - January 26, 1985
      The Warehouse
      MTC Warehouse Theatre and Th‘tre du P'tit Bonheur; Produced in association with Factory Theatre Lab
    • Automatic Pilot 
      Erika Ritter
      February 13, 1985 - March 2, 1985
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • La Saguoine 
      Antonine Maillet; Translated by Luis De Cespedes
      February 21, 1985 - March 22, 1985
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Quiet in the Land 
      Anne Chislett
      January 7, 1985 - January 11, 1985
      MTC Mainstage
    • Tartuffe 
      Molière translated by Christopher Hampton
      April 17, 1985
      MTC Mainstage
    Other Production
    • A Cockroach Trilogy 
      Alan Williams
      January 30, 1985 - February 3, 1985
      The Warehouse
  • 1985-1986 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Barnum 
      Music by Cy Coleman; Lyrics by Michael Stewart; Book by Mark Bramble <br/> October 17, 1985 - November 9, 1985
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with The Grand Theatre
    • The Real Thing 
      Tom Stoppard
      November 21, 1985 - December 14, 1985
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Schwarz-Sewell
    • Tsymbaly 
      Ted Galay
      January 2, 1986 - January 25, 1986
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • Talking Dirty 
      Sherman Snukal
      February 6, 1986 - March 1, 1986
      MTC Mainstage
    • Hamlet 
      William Shakespeare
      March 13, 1986 - April 5, 1986
      MTC Mainstage
    • Filthy Rich 
      George F. Walker
      April 24, 1986 - May 17, 1986
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • Einstein 
      Gabriel Emanuel
      October 23, 1985 - November 9, 1985
      The Warehouse
      Presented by MTC in association with Nephesh Theatre Company
    • Fool For Love 
      Sam Shepard
      November 27, 1985 - December 14, 1985
      The Warehouse
    • One in a Million 
      T. H. Hatte
      January 15, 1986 - February 1, 1986
      The Warehouse
      World Premiere
    • The Last Doors' Bootleg 
      Alan Williams
      February 19, 1986 - March 8, 1986
      The Warehouse
      World Premiere
    • Garrison's Garage 
      Ted Johns
      March 26, 1986 - April 12, 1986
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • Garrison's Garage 
      Ted Johns
      January 27, 1986 - March 20, 1986
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Hamlet 
      William Shakespeare
      April 7, 1986 - April 11, 1986
      MTC Mainstage
  • 1986-1987 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Brighton Beach Memoirs 
      Neil Simon
      October 23, 1986 - November 15, 1986
      MTC Mainstage
    • A Christmas Carol 
      Charles Dickens; Adapted by Barbara Field
      November 27, 1986 - December 20, 1986
      MTC Mainstage
    • Mirandolina 
      Carlo Goldoni; Translation & Adaptation by Olwen Wymark
      January 1, 1987 - January 31, 1987
      MTC Mainstage
    • Doc 
      Sharon Pollock
      February 5, 1987 - February 28, 1987
      MTC Mainstage
    • I'm Not Rappaport 
      Herb Gardner
      March 12, 1987 - April 4, 1987
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
      A co-production with Schwarz-Sewell
    • The Foreigner 
      Larry Shue
      April 16, 1987 - May 9, 1987
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • The Double Bass 
      Patrick Süskind; Translated by Roy Kift
      November 5, 1986 - November 22, 1986
      The Warehouse
      A Tarragon Theatre production
    • We Can't Pay? We Won't Pay! 
      Dario Fo
      December 3, 1986 - December 20, 1986
      The Warehouse
    • Salt Water Moon 
      David French
      January 7, 1987 - January 24, 1987
      The Warehouse
    • Henry V 
      William Shakespeare
      February 25, 1987 - March 14, 1987
      The Warehouse
    • Life After Hockey 
      Kenneth Brown
      March 18, 1987 - April 4, 1987
      The Warehouse
      A THEATrePUBLIC production
    Regional Tour
    • Salt Water Moon 
      David French
      January 27, 1987 - March 6, 1987
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Mirandolina 
      Carlo Goldoni; Translation & Adaptation by Olwen Wymark
      January 12, 1987 - January 16, 1987
      MTC Mainstage
    • Henry V 
      William Shakespeare
      February 20, 1987 - March 11, 1987
      The Warehouse
    Visiting Production
    • Arrlechino's Revenge 
      Rick Skene
      January 28, 1987 - January 31, 1987
      The Warehouse
      Captain Spavento's Comedy Theatre
  • 1987-1988 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Royalty is Royalty 
      W.O. Mitchell
      October 8, 1987 - November 7, 1987
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • The 101 Miracles of Hope Chance 
      Allan Stratton
      November 19, 1987 - December 12, 1987
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • Ten Little Indians 
      Agatha Christie
      December 31, 1987 - January 23, 1988
      MTC Mainstage
    • You Never Can Tell 
      George Bernard Shaw
      January 28, 1988 - February 20, 1988
      MTC Mainstage
      A Shaw Festival production
    • The Road to Mecca 
      Athol Fugard
      March 3, 1988 - March 26, 1988
      MTC Mainstage
    • Morning's at Seven 
      Paul Osborn
      April 7, 1988 - April 30, 1988
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • The Rez Sisters 
      Tomson Highway <br/> November 4, 1987 - November 21, 1987
      The Warehouse
      A Native Earth Performing Arts Inc. production
    • Letter from Wingfield Farm 
      Dan Needles
      November 25, 1987 - December 12, 1987
      The Warehouse
    • Loot 
      Joe Orton
      January 20, 1988 - February 6, 1988
      The Warehouse
    • The Unseen Hand 
      Sam Shepard
      February 17, 1988 - March 5, 1988
      The Warehouse
      Double bill with Killer's Head
    • Killer's Head 
      Sam Shepard
      February 17, 1988 - March 5, 1988
      The Warehouse
      Double bill with The Unseen Hand
    • The Club 
      Eve Merriam
      March 23, 1988 - April 9, 1988
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • Life After Hockey 
      Kenneth Brown
      November 17 - December 5, 1987 and March 1 - 11, 1988
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Royalty is Royalty 
      W.O. Mitchell
      October 19, 1987 - October 23, 1987
      MTC Mainstage
  • 1988-1989 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • "B-Movie", The Play 
      Conceived by Tom Wood and Stephen Ouimette
      October 20, 1988 - November 12, 1988
      MTC Mainstage
    • 1949 
      David French
      November 17, 1988 - December 10, 1988
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
      A co-production with The Canadian Stage Company
    • Falstaff 
      William Shakespeare; Adapted by Victor Cowie
      December 29, 1988 - January 21, 1989
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
      A compilation of Henry IV, Part 1 & Part 2
    • Woman in Mind 
      Alan Ayckbourn
      February 2, 1989 - February 25, 1989
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
    • A View from the Bridge 
      Arthur Miller
      March 9, 1989 - April 8, 1989
      MTC Mainstage
    • Brass Rubbings 
      Gordon Pinsent
      April 20, 1989 - May 13, 1989
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with The Factory Theatre
    Second Stage
    • Frankie & Johnny in the Clair de Lune 
      Terrence McNally
      November 30, 1988 - December 17, 1988
      The Warehouse
      Canadian Premiere
    • When That I Was … 
      An Entertainment by John Mortimer and Edward Atienza
      January 18, 1989 - February 4, 1989
      The Warehouse
      Being the Secret Memories of one Jack Rice, friend to Will Shakespeare
    • Life Skills 
      David King
      February 22, 1989 - March 11, 1989
      The Warehouse
    • A Walk in the Woods 
      Lee Blessing
      March 29, 1989 - April 15, 1989
      The Warehouse
    • Frankenstein: Playing with Fire 
      Adapted by Barbara Field from the novel by Mary Shelley
      April 26, 1989 - May 13, 1989
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • The Mousetrap 
      Agatha Christie
      January 16, 1989 - March 18, 1989
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • A View from the Bridge 
      Arthur Miller
      March 13, 1989 - March 17, 1989
      MTC Mainstage
    • Frankenstein: Playing with Fire 
      Adapted by Barbara Field from the novel by Mary Shelley
      May 3, 1989 - May 10, 1989
      The Warehouse
    Visiting Production
    • Noh Theatre 
      June 12, 1989
      MTC Mainstage
      Featuring Kanze School of Noh Drama led by Mr. Cumas Hashioka, designated "important intangible cultural property" of Japan
  • 1989-1990 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Broadway Bound 
      Neil Simon
      September 14, 1989 - October 7, 1989
      MTC Mainstage
    • Emerald City 
      David Williamson
      October 19, 1989 - November 11, 1989
      MTC Mainstage
    • Cat on a Hot Tin Roof 
      Tennessee Williams
      November 23, 1989 - December 16, 1989
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Mousetrap 
      Agatha Christie
      January 4, 1990 - January 27, 1990
      MTC Mainstage
    • Master Class 
      David Pownall
      February 8, 1990 - March 3, 1990
      MTC Mainstage
    • You Can't Take It With You 
      George S. Kaufman & Moss Hart
      March 15, 1990 - April 7, 1990
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • Kiss of the Spider Woman 
      Manuel Puig; Translated by Allan Baker
      November 29, 1989 - December 16, 1989
      The Warehouse
    • The Glass Menagerie 
      Tennessee Williams
      December 27, 1989 - January 13, 1990
      The Warehouse
    • Beautiful Lake Winnipeg 
      Maureen Hunter
      January 24, 1990 - February 10, 1990
      The Warehouse
      World Premiere
    • Driving Miss Daisy 
      Alfred Uhry
      March 14, 1990 - March 31, 1990
      The Warehouse
      A co-production with Persephone Theatre
    • The Dragons' Trilogy 
      Le Théâtre Repere
      May 9, 1990 - May 26, 1990
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • The Glass Menagerie 
      Tennessee Williams
      January 15, 1990 - February 24, 1990
    Community Play
    • Twelve Angry Jurors 
      Sherman L. Sergel; adapted from the television show by Reginald Rose
      April 27, 1990 - April 29, 1990
      The Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • The Glass Menagerie 
      Tennessee Williams
      January 10, 1990 - March 9, 1990
      The Warehouse
    Visiting Production
    • The Punch Club 
      Ronnie Burkett
      April 4, 1990 - April 14, 1990
      The Warehouse
  • 1990-1991 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • The Heidi Chronicles 
      Wendy Wasserstein
      October 11, 1990 - November 3, 1990
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
      A co-production with Mirvish Productions
    • Macbeth 
      William Shakespeare
      November 22, 1990 - December 15, 1990
      MTC Mainstage
    • Noises Off 
      Michael Frayn
      January 3, 1991 - January 26, 1991
      MTC Mainstage
    • Sherlock Holmes and the Speckled Band 
      Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
      February 7, 1991 - March 2, 1991
      MTC Mainstage
    • Of the Fields, Lately 
      David French
      March 14, 1991 - April 6, 1991
      MTC Mainstage
    • Les Misérables 
      Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg based on the novel by Victor Hugo; Music by Claude-Michel Schönberg; French lyrics by Alain Boublil; Englsih lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer; Original French text by Alain Boublil and Jean-Marc Natel
      July 2, 1991 - August 3, 1991
      Centennial Concert Hall
      A Mirvish touring production.
    Second Stage
    • Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing 
      Tomson Highway
      October 24, 1990 - November 17, 1990
      The Warehouse
    • Toronto, Mississippi 
      Joan MacLeod
      November 28, 1990 - December 15, 1990
      The Warehouse
    • Burn This 
      Lanford Wilson
      January 23, 1991 - February 9, 1991
      The Warehouse
    • My Children! My Africa! 
      Athol Fugard
      April 3, 1991 - April 20, 1991
      The Warehouse
      A Centaur Theatre Company production
    Regional Tour
    • Letter From Wingfield Farm 
      Dan Needles
      February 11, 1991 - March 2, 1991
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Macbeth 
      William Shakespeare
      November 14, 1990 - November 20, 1990
      MTC Mainstage
  • 1991-1992 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • M. Butterfly 
      David Henry Hwang
      October 17, 1991 - November 9, 1991
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
      A co-production with the National Arts Centre
    • Hedda Gabler 
      Henrik Ibsen; New translation by Per Brask
      November 21, 1991 - December 14, 1991
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • Not Wanted on the Voyage 
      Based on the novel by Timothy Findley; Adapted for the stage by Richard Rose and D.D. Kugler
      January 9, 1992 - February 1, 1992
      MTC Mainstage World Premiere
      A co-production with Necessary Angel Theatre Company and Canadian Stage Company
    • Lend Me a Tenor 
      Ken Ludwig
      February 6, 1992 - February 29, 1992
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
      A co-production with Citadel Theatre
    • Shirley Valentine 
      Willy Russell
      March 5, 1992 - March 28, 1992
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Miracle Worker 
      William Gibson
      April 16, 1992 - May 9, 1992
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • Wingfield's Progress 
      Dan Needles
      October 2, 1991 - October 26, 1991
      The Warehouse
      All three parts of The Wingfield Farm Trilogy presented on alternating performances
    • Letter From Wingfield Farm 
      Dan Needles
      October 9, 1991 - October 25, 1991
      The Warehouse
      All three parts of The Wingfield Farm Trilogy presented on alternating performances
    • Wingfield's Folly 
      Dan Needles
      October 22, 1991 - October 26, 1991
      The Warehouse
      All three parts of The Wingfield Farm Trilogy presented on alternating performances
    • Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) 
      Ann-Marie MacDonald
      November 6, 1991 - November 23, 1991
      The Warehouse
      A co-production with the Belfry Theatre
    • The Affections of May 
      Norm Foster
      January 1, 1992 - January 18, 1992
      The Warehouse
      A co-production with Persephone Theatre
    • Medea 
      Euripides; Freely Adapted by Robinson Jeffers
      February 12, 1992 - February 29, 1992
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • The Affections of May 
      Norm Foster
      January 20, 1992 - February 29, 1992
      A co-production with Persephone Theatre
    Community Play
    • The Lottery 
      Brainerd Duffield; Adapted from a Story by Shirley Jackson
      July 13, 1991 - July 21, 1991
      Chinese Cultural Centre (1991 Winnipeg Fringe Festival)
      A Fundraiser for the Fringe
    • Our Town 
      Thornton Wilder
      May 6, 1992 - May 9, 1992
      The Warehouse
      In association with Winnipeg 2000
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • The Miracle Worker 
      William Gibson
      April 8, 1992 - April 14, 1992
      MTC Mainstage
    • Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) 
      Ann-Marie MacDonald
      November 13, 1991 - November 20, 1991
      The Warehouse
      A co-production with the Belfry Theatre
    • Medea 
      Euripides; Freely Adapted by Robinson Jeffers
      February 14, 1992 - February 26, 1992
      The Warehouse
  • 1992-1993 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Another Time 
      Ronald Harwood
      September 10, 1992 - October 3, 1992
      MTC Mainstage
    • A Midsummer Night's Dream 
      William Shakespeare
      October 15, 1992 - November 7, 1992
      MTC Mainstage
    • Transit of Venus 
      Maureen Hunter
      November 26, 1992 - December 19, 1992
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • Arsenic & Old Lace 
      Joseph Kesselring
      January 7, 1993 - January 30, 1993
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Theatre Calgary
    • Democracy 
      John Murrell
      February 11, 1993 - March 6, 1993
      MTC Mainstage
    • Lost in Yonkers 
      Neil Simon
      March 18, 1993 - April 10, 1993
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
    Second Stage
    • Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love 
      Brad Fraser
      November 18, 1992 - December 12, 1992
      The Warehouse
    • Death and the Maiden 
      Ariel Dorfman
      January 13, 1993 - January 30, 1993
      The Warehouse
      Canadian Premiere
      A co-production with Canadian stage
    • Gunmetal Blues 
      Written by Scott Wentworth; Music and Lyrics by Craig Bohmler and Marion Adler
      February 17, 1993 - March 6, 1993
      The Warehouse
      A co-production with the Belfry Theatre
    • Steel Magnolias 
      Robert Harling
      March 24, 1993 - April 10, 1993
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • Letter From Wingfield Farm 
      Dan Needles
      January 11, 1993 - February 14, 1993
      One of two parts of The Wingfield Farm Trilogy presented on alternating performances
    • Wingfield's Progress 
      Dan Needles
      January 11, 1993 - February 14, 1993
      One of two parts of The Wingfield Farm Trilogy presented on alternating performances
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • A Midsummer Night's Dream 
      William Shakespeare
      November 9, 1992 - November 13, 1992
      MTC Mainstage
    Other Production
    • The Fever 
      Wallace Shawn
      March 19, 1993 - April 4, 1993
      Son of Warehouse & 14 homes in Winnipeg
  • 1993-1994 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Dancing at Lughnasa 
      Brian Friel
      October 21, 1993 - November 13, 1993
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with the National Arts Centre
    • A Christmas Carol - The Musical 
      Mavor Moore; Based upon the novel by Charles Dickens
      November 25, 1993 - December 18, 1993
      MTC Mainstage
    • Wait Until Dark 
      Frederick Knott
      January 6, 1994 - January 29, 1994
      MTC Mainstage
    • Henceforward 
      Alan Ayckbourn
      February 3, 1994 - February 26, 1994
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
      A co-production with Theatre Calgary
    • Hay Fever 
      Noël Coward
      March 10, 1994 - April 2, 1994
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with the Citadel Theatre
    • Wingfield's Folly 
      Dan Needles
      April 7, 1994 - April 30, 1994
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • Lips Together, Teeth Apart 
      Terrence McNally
      October 13, 1993 - October 30, 1993
      The Warehouse
      A co-production with the Belfry Theatre
    • Awful Manors 
      Ronnie Burkett
      November 17, 1993 - December 4, 1993
      The Warehouse
      The Partners in Crime/Rink-A-Dink Inc. production of Ronnie Burkett Theatre of Marionettes
    • Mrs. Klein 
      Nicholas Wright
      January 19, 1994 - February 5, 1994
      The Warehouse
    • The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe 
      Jane Wagner
      February 16, 1994 - March 5, 1994
      The Warehouse
      A Belfry Theatre production
    Regional Tour
    • Steel Magnolias 
      Robert Harling
      January 16, 1994 - February 13, 1994
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • A Christmas Carol - The Musical 
      Mavor Moore; Based upon the novel by Charles Dickens
      November 23, 1993 - November 24, 1993
      MTC Mainstage
    Fundraising
    • Love Letters 
      A.R. Gurney
      April 17, 1994
      MTC Mainstage
      MTC fundraising performance
  • 1994-1995 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Oleanna 
      David Mamet
      October 20, 1994 - November 12, 1994
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Sisters Rosensweig 
      Wendy Wasserstein
      November 24, 1994 - December 17, 1994
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
    • The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark 
      William Shakespeare
      January 12, 1995 - February 4, 1995
      MTC Mainstage
    • Six Degrees of Seperation 
      John Guare
      February 9, 1995 - March 4, 1995
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Canadian Stage Company
    • If We Are Women 
      Joanna McClelland Glass
      March 16, 1995 - April 8, 1995
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Theatre Calgary
    • Homeward Bound 
      Elliot Hayes
      April 13, 1995 - May 6, 1995
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with The Vancouver Playhouse Theatre Company
    Second Stage
    • Fronteras Americanas (American Borders) 
      Guillermo Verdecchia
      October 26, 1994 - November 12, 1994
      The Warehouse
    • Tinka's New Dress 
      Created and Performed by Ronnie Burkett
      November 23, 1994 - December 10, 1994
      The Warehouse
      World Premiere
      A Rink-A-Dink Inc. production of Ronnie Burkett Theatre of Marionettes
    • Poor Super Man 
      Brad Fraser
      January 4, 1995 - January 21, 1995
      The Warehouse
      A co-production with Canadian Stage Company
    • The Monument 
      Colleen Wagner
      February 1, 1995 - February 18, 1995
      The Warehouse
      A co-production with Canadian Stage Company & Necessary Angel Theatre Company
    Regional Tour
    • Letter From Wingfield Farm 
      Dan Needles
      November 23, 1994 - December 1, 1994
      All three parts of The Wingfield Farm Trilogy presented on alternating performances
    • Wingfield's Progress 
      Dan Needles
      November 1, 1994 - November 29, 1994
      All three parts of The Wingfield Farm Trilogy presented on alternating performances
    • Wingfield's Folly 
      Dan Needles
      October 30, 1994 - December 5, 1994
      All three parts of The Wingfield Farm Trilogy presented on alternating performances
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark 
      William Shakespeare
      January 5, 1995 - January 10, 1995
      MTC Mainstage
    Fundraising
    • Daisy 
      Ronnie Burkett
      December 2, 1994
      The Warehouse
      World Premiere
      Fund-raiser for Volunteer Home Support of Winnipeg (AIDs support service)
  • 1995-1996 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Keely and Du 
      Jane Martin
      October 26, 1995 - November 18, 1995
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with the National Arts Centre
    • Season's Greetings 
      Alan Ayckbourn
      November 23, 1995 - December 16, 1995
      MTC Mainstage
    • Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - A Love Story 
      James W. Nichol; Inspired by the Robert Louis Stevenson classic
      January 4, 1996 - January 27, 1996
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
      A co-production with the Canadian Stage Company, Theatre Calgary and Vancouver Playhouse
    • Atlantis 
      Maureen Hunter
      February 8, 1996 - March 2, 1996
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
      A co-production with Theatre Calgary
    • Cyrano de Bergerac 
      Edmond Rostand; Translated and Adapted by Anthony Burgess
      March 7, 1996 - March 30, 1996
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with the National Arts Centre and Theatre Calgary
    • Little Shop of Horrors - The Musical 
      Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman; Music by Alan Menken; Based on the film by Roger Corman; Screenplay by Charles Griffith
      April 11, 1996 - May 4, 1996
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Theatre Calgary
    Second Stage
    • Our Country's Good 
      Timberlake Wertenbaker; Based upon the novel The Playmaker by Thomas Keneally
      November 15, 1995 - December 2, 1995
      The Warehouse
    • Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes, Part One: Millennium Approaches 
      Tony Kushner
      January 17, 1996 - February 3, 1996
      The Warehouse
      Canadian Premiere
    • The Good Sisters (Les Belles-Soeurs) 
      Michel Tremlay; Translated by John Van Burek and Bill Glassco
      February 28, 1996 - March 16, 1996
      The Warehouse
    • Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill 
      Lanie Robertson; Musical Arrangements by Danny Holgate
      March 27, 1996 - April 13, 1996
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • Transit of Venus 
      Maureen Hunter
      January 10, 1996 - February 4, 1996
    Community Play
    • The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial 
      Herman Wouk
      May 9, 1996 - May 11, 1996
      The Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Romeo and Juliet 
      William Shakespeare
      September 27, 1995 - November 1, 1995
      The Warehouse
    • Mr. A's Amazing Maze Plays 
      Alan Ayckbourn
      December 14, 1995 - December 31, 1995
      The Warehouse
  • 1996-1997 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Picasso at the Lapin Agile 
      Steve Martin
      October 3, 1996 - October 26, 1996
      MTC Mainstage Canadian Premiere
      A co-production with the National Arts Centre
    • Arcadia 
      Tom Stoppard
      November 14, 1996 - December 7, 1996
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
      A co-production with the Canadian Stage Company
    • Death of a Salesman 
      Arthur Miller
      January 9, 1997 - February 1, 1997
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with David & Ed Mirvish
    • There Goes the Bride 
      Ray Cooney and John Chapman
      February 13, 1997 - March 8, 1997
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Glace Bay Miners' Museum 
      Wendy Lill; Based on the novel by Sheldon Currie
      March 20, 1997 - April 12, 1997
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Neptune Theatre; Produced in association with The Eastern Front Theatre Company of Nova Scotia
    • Travels with my Aunt 
      Graham Greene; Adapted by Giles Havergal
      April 24, 1997 - May 17, 1997
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • An Inspector Calls 
      J.B. Priestley
      November 20, 1996 - December 7, 1996
      The Warehouse
    • True West 
      Sam Shepard
      January 15, 1997 - February 1, 1997
      The Warehouse
    • Misery 
      Simon Moore; Adapted from the novel by Stephen King
      February 12, 1997 - March 1, 1997
      The Warehouse
    • None is Too Many 
      Jason Sherman; Based on the book by Irving Abella and Harold Troper
      March 23, 1997 - April 13, 1997
      The Warehouse
      World Premiere
      A co-production with Winnipeg Jewish Theatre; Commissioned by Winnipeg Jewish Theatre
    Regional Tour
    • An Inspector Calls 
      J.B. Priestley
      October 29, 1996 - November 17, 1996
    Community Play
    • And Then There Were None 
      Agatha Christie
      May 7, 1997 - May 10, 1997
      The Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • An Inspector Calls 
      J.B. Priestley
      October 28, 1996 - November 18, 1996
      The Warehouse
    • None is Too Many 
      Jason Sherman; Based on the Book by Irving Abella and Harold Troper
      March 23, 1997 - April 13, 1997
      The Warehouse
      A co-production with Winnipeg Jewish Theatre; Commissioned by Winnipeg Jewish Theatre
  • 1997-1998 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • A Perfect Ganesh 
      Terrence McNally
      October 16, 1997 - November 8, 1997
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with The Vancouver Playhouse Theatre Company
    • Master Class 
      Terrence McNally
      November 20, 1997 - December 13, 1997
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
      A co-production with The National Arts Centre English Theatre
    • Office Hours 
      Norm Foster
      January 8, 1998 - January 31, 1998
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Persephone Theatre
    • The Crucible 
      Arthur Miller
      February 19, 1998 - March 14, 1998
      MTC Mainstage
    • Three Tall Women 
      Edward Albee
      March 26, 1998 - April 18, 1998
      MTC Mainstage
    • Sylvia 
      A.R. Gurney
      April 30, 1998 - May 23, 1998
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • Quills 
      Doug Wright
      November 5, 1997 - November 22, 1997
      The Warehouse
      Canadian Premiere
    • High Life 
      Lee MacDougall
      January 21, 1998 - February 7, 1998
      The Warehouse
      The Crow's Theatre Production
    • Skylight 
      David Hare
      February 25, 1998 - March 14, 1998
      The Warehouse
    • Street of Blood 
      Created and Performed by Ronnie Burkett
      April 8, 1998 - April 25, 1998
      The Warehouse
      World Premiere
      The Rink-A-Dink Inc. Production of Ronnie Burkett Theatre of Marionettes
    Regional Tour
    • Office Hours 
      Norm Foster
      February 3, 1998 - February 24, 1998
      A co-production with Persephone Theatre
    Community Play
    • Guys and Dolls 
      Based on a Story & Characters of Damon Runyon; Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser; Book by Jo Swerling & Abe Burrows
      May 21, 1998 - May 23, 1998
      The Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • The Crucible 
      Arthur Miller
      February 11, 1998 - February 17, 1998
      MTC Mainstage
  • 1998-1999 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Cabaret 
      Book by Joe Masteroff; Based on the play by John van Druten; and stories by Christopher Isherwood; Music by John Kander; Lyrics by Fred Ebb
      October 15, 1998 - November 7, 1998
      MTC Mainstage
      In partnership with The Grand Theatre
    • Of Mice and Men 
      John Steinbeck
      November 19, 1998 - December 12, 1998
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with The Citadel Theatre
    • Proposals 
      Neil Simon
      January 7, 1999 - January 30, 1999
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
      A co-production with David & Ed Mirvish
    • Blessings in Disguise 
      Douglas Beattie
      February 11, 1999 - March 6, 1999
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • Billy Bishop Goes to War 
      John Gray
      March 11, 1999 - April 3, 1999
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with The Grand Theatre and The National Arts Centre, and Christopher Wootten; 20th-Anniversary Production
    • Lady, be Good! 
      Music and Lyrics by George & Ira Gershwin; Book by Guy Bolton & Fred Thompson
      April 15, 1999 - May 8, 1999
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • Wit 
      Margaret Edson
      November 5, 1998 - November 21, 1998
      The Warehouse
      Canadian Premiere
    • Cherry Docs 
      David Gow
      January 21, 1999 - February 6, 1999
      The Warehouse
    • How I Learned to Drive 
      Paula Vogel
      February 25, 1999 - March 13, 1999
      The Warehouse
      Produced in association with The Belfry Theatre
    • The Attic, The Pearls & Three Fine Girls 
      Jennifer Brewin, Leah Cherniak, Ann-Marie MacDonald, Alisa Palmer & Martha Ross
      March 25, 1999 - April 10, 1999
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • MacBeth 
      William Shakespeare; Adaptation by Kevin Williamson
      January 31, 1999 - February 20, 1999
      The English Suitcase Theatre Company's Production
    Community Play
    • Fiddler on the Roof 
      Based on Sholem Aleichem stories; Book by Joseph Stein; Music by Jerry Bock; Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
      April 21, 1999 - April 24, 1999
      The Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Of Mice and Men 
      John Steinbeck
      November 12, 1998 - November 17, 1998
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with the Citadel Theatre
    • Cherry Docs 
      David Gow
      January 26, 1999
      The Warehouse
    Fundrasing Reading
    • Angels in America Part II: Perestroika 
      Tony Kushner
      May 20, 1999
      The Warehouse
      A fundraising reading in support of the Actor's Fund of Canada
  • 1999-2000 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Art 
      Yasmina Reza; Translated by Christopher Hampton
      October 6, 1999 - October 30, 1999
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
      A co-production with David & Ed Mirvish
    • King Lear 
      William Shakespeare
      November 17, 1999 - December 11, 1999
      MTC Mainstage
    • 2 Pianos 4 Hands 
      Ted Dykstra and Richard Greenblatt
      December 27, 1999 - January 15, 2000
      MTC Mainstage
      The David & Ed Mirvish Production
    • A Streetcar Named Desire 
      Tennessee Williams
      January 26, 2000 - February 19, 2000
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with The Citadel Theatre
    • Wingfield Unbound 
      Dan Needles
      February 23, 2000 - March 18, 2000
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Overcoat 
      Conceived and Directed by Morris Panych and Wendy Gorling
      April 12, 2000 - May 6, 2000
      MTC Mainstage
      A Vancouver Playhouse Company Production
    Second Stage
    • Patience 
      Jason Sherman
      November 25, 1999 - December 11, 1999
      The Warehouse
      A co-production with The Belfry Theatre
    • Closer 
      Patrick Marber
      January 5, 2000 - January 22, 2000
      The Warehouse
      Canadian Premiere
    • The Beauty Queen of Leenane 
      Martin McDonagh
      February 9, 2000 - February 26, 2000
      The Warehouse
    • The Last Night of Ballyhoo 
      Alfred Uhry
      April 24, 2000 - May 2, 2000
      The Warehouse
      A co-production with Winnipeg Jewish Theatre/Saidye Bronfman Centre
    Regional Tour
    • Ethan Claymore's Christmas 
      Norm Foster
      November 4, 1999 - November 26, 1999
      A co-production with The Gateway Theatre
    Community Play
    • The Pajama Game 
      Music & lyrics by Richard Adler & Jerry Ross; book by George Abbott & Richard Bissell
      March 23, 2000 - March 25, 2000
      The Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    History Play
    • The History of Manitoba from the Beginning of Time to the Present in 45 Minutes 
      Ross McMillan
      February 13, 2000 - March 17, 2000
      World Premiere
      School Tour
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • King Lear 
      William Shakespeare
      November 9, 1999 - November 16, 1999
      MTC Mainstage
    • A Streetcar Named Desire 
      Tennessee Williams
      January 26, 2000
      MTC Mainstage
  • 2000-2001 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • To Kill a Mockingbird 
      Harper Lee's Classic; Adaptation by Christopher Sergel
      October 19, 2000 - November 11, 2000
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with The Citadel Theatre
    • The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) 
      Adam Long, Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield
      November 23, 2000 - December 16, 2000
      MTC Mainstage
    • Camelot 
      Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner; Music by Frederick Loewe
      Based on "The Once and Future King" by T.H. White< January 3, 2001 - January 27, 2001
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Theatre Calgary and The Citadel Theatre
    • The Weir 
      Conor McPherson
      February 7, 2001 - March 3, 2001
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with The Canadian Stage Company
    • The Drawer Boy 
      Michael Healey
      March 14, 2001 - April 7, 2001
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with David & Ed Mirvish
    • Larry's Party 
      Book and Lyrics by Richard Ouzounian; Music by Marek Norman; Based on the Novel by Carol Shields
      April 18, 2001 - May 12, 2001
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
      A co-production with CanStage and The National Arts Centre
    Second Stage
    • The Gist: An Erotic Thriller 
      John Krizanc
      November 9, 2000 - November 25, 2000
      The Warehouse
      World Premiere
      In Association with The Necessary Angel Theatre Co.
    • Waiting for Godot 
      Samuel Beckett
      January 10, 2001 - January 27, 2001
      The Warehouse
      A Part of BeckettFest 2001
    • A Penny for the Guy 
      Lanie Robertson
      February 14, 2001 - March 3, 2001
      The Warehouse
    • Happy 
      Created and Performed by Ronnie Burkett
      March 21, 2001 - April 7, 2001
      The Warehouse
      The Rink-A-Dink-Inc. Production of Ronnie Burkett Theatre of Marionettes; A co-production with Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, Festival Theaterformen 2000, Hannover and The Barbican Centre, London
    Regional Tour
    • The Drawer Boy 
      Michael Healey
      February 12, 2001 - March 7, 2001
      A co-production with David & Ed Mirvish
    Community Play
    • Grease 
      Book, music and lyrics by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey
      April 18, 2001 - April 21, 2001
      The Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    History Play
    • The History of Manitoba from the Beginning of Time to the Present in 45 Minutes 
      Ross McMillan
      October 10, 2000 - December 1, 2000
      School Tour
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • To Kill a Mockingbird 
      Harper Lee's Classic Adaptation by Christopher Sergel
      October 12, 2000 - October 17, 2000
      MTC Mainstage
    • Waiting for Godot 
      Samuel Beckett
      January 18, 2001
      The Warehouse
  • 2001-2002 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • The Wave 
      Composed and written by Olaf Pyttlik; Based on a true story by Ron Jones
      October 17, 2001 - November 10, 2001
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • The School for Wives 
      Molière; Translated by Richard Wilbur
      November 21, 2001 - December 15, 2001
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with The Vancouver Playhouse
    • Syncopation 
      Allan Knee
      January 2, 2002 - January 26, 2002
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
      A co-production with Fundamentally Film Inc. and David & Ed Mirvish
    • Vinci 
      Maureen Hunter
      February 7, 2002 - March 2, 2002
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
      A co-production with The National Arts Centre
    • Stones in his Pockets 
      Marie Jones
      March 13, 2002 - April 6, 2002
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
      Produced in association with Paul Elliot, Adam Kenwright, and Pat Moylan
    • The Rainmaker 
      N. Richard Nash
      April 24, 2002 - May 18, 2002
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with The Vancouver Playhouse
    Second Stage
    • The Lost Boys 
      Written and performed by R. H. Thomson
      November 7, 2001 - November 24, 2001
      The Warehouse
      A co-production with CanStage
    • The Threepenny Opera 
      Music by Kurt Weill; Book & lyrics by Bertolt Brecht; Based on a translation by Elisabeth Hauptmann of The Beggar's Opera by John Gay; English dialog translation by Robert MacDonald; English lyrics translation by Jeremy Sams
      January 9, 2002 - January 26, 2002
      The Warehouse
      A Shakespeare in the Ruins Production; A Part of BrechtFest 2002
    • The Blue Room 
      David Hare
      February 20, 2002 - March 9, 2002
      The Warehouse
    • The Lonesome West 
      Martin McDonagh
      April 3, 2002 - April 20, 2002
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • Wingfield Unbound 
      Dan Needles
      January 14, 2002 - February 6, 2002
    Community Play
    • One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 
      Dale Wasserman; From a novel by Ken Kesey
      May 1, 2002 - May 4, 2002
      The Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    History Play
    • The History of Manitoba from the Beginning of Time to the Present in 45 Minutes 
      Ross McMillan
      October 19, 2001
      The Manitoba Museum Historica Conference
    • The History of Manitoba from the Beginning of Time to the Present in 45 Minutes 
      Ross McMillan
      April 29, 2002 - May 17, 2002
      School Tour
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • The Wave 
      Composed and written by Olaf Pyttlik; Based on a true story by Ron Jones
      October 10, 2001 - October 16, 2001
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Lost Boys 
      R.H. Thomson
      November 21, 2001
      The Warehouse
      A co-production with CanStage
  • 2002-2003 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Proof 
      David Auburn
      October 9, 2002 - November 2, 2002
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with The Citadel Theatre
    • Dracula 
      John Balderston and Hamilton Deane; Based on the novel by Bram Stoker
      November 21, 2002 - December 14, 2002
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Theatre Calgary
    • Evita 
      Lyrics by Tim Rice; Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
      January 2, 2003 - January 25, 2003
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Theatre Calgary
    • The Philadelphia Story 
      Philip Barry
      February 6, 2003 - March 1, 2003
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Theatre Calgary
    • Over the River and Through the Woods 
      Joe Dipietro
      March 6, 2003 - March 29, 2003
      MTC Mainstage
    • Richard III 
      William Shakespeare
      April 17, 2003 - May 10, 2003
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • The Shape of Things 
      Neil Labute
      November 7, 2002 - November 23, 2002
      The Warehouse
    • The Homecoming 
      Harold Pinter
      January 9, 2003 - January 25, 2003
      The Warehouse
      A Part of PinterFest 2003
    • Time After Time: The Chet Baker Project 
      James O'Reilly
      February 20, 2003 - March 8, 2003
      The Warehouse
      The Crow's Theatre Production
    • Bigger than Jesus 
      Created by Rick Miller and Daniel Brooks
      April 3, 2003 - April 19, 2003
      The Warehouse
      World Premiere
      Wyrd Productions' Production
    Regional Tour
    • Over the River and Through the Woods 
      Joe Dipietro
      February 5, 2003 - February 28, 2003
    Community Play
    • You Can't Take It With You 
      Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman
      May 1, 2003 - May 3, 2003
      The Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Proof 
      David Auburn
      October 8, 2002
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with The Citadel Theatre
    • Dracula 
      John Balderston and Hamilton Deane; Based on the novel by Bram Stoker
      November 19, 2002
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Theatre Calgary
    • Richard III 
      William Shakespeare
      April 14, 2003 - April 15, 2003
      MTC Mainstage
  • 2003-2004 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Cookin' at the Cookery: The Music and Times of Alberta Hunter 
      Marion J. Caffey
      October 9, 2003 - November 1, 2003
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with CanStage
    • The Diary of Anne Frank 
      A play by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett; Based upon "Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl" newly adapted by Wendy Kesselman
      November 20, 2003 - December 13, 2003
      MTC Mainstage
    • My Fair Lady 
      Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner; Music by Frederick Loewe; Adapted from George Bernard Shaw's play and Gabrial Pascal's motion picture "Pygmalion"
      January 8, 2004 - January 31, 2004
      MTC Mainstage
    • Mitch Albom's Tuesdays with Morrie 
      Jeffrey Hatcher and Mitch Albom
      February 12, 2004 - March 6, 2004
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Winslow Boy 
      Terence Rattigan
      March 18, 2004 - April 10, 2004
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Theatre Aquarius
    • Crimes of the Heart 
      Beth Henley
      April 22, 2004 - May 15, 2004
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Theatre Calgary
    Second Stage
    • Feelgood 
      Alistair Beaton
      November 13, 2003 - November 29, 2003
      The Warehouse
      Canadian Premiere
      A co-production with Great Canadian Theatre Company
    • Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf? 
      Edward Albee
      January 22, 2004 - February 7, 2004
      The Warehouse
      A co-production with Saidye Bronfman Centre for the Arts; A Part of AlbeeFest 2004
    • I, Claudia 
      Written and performed by Kristen Thomson
      February 19, 2004 - March 6, 2004
      The Warehouse
      A Tarragon Theatre Production
    • Mating Dance of the Werewolf 
      Mark Stein
      March 25, 2004 - April 10, 2004
      The Warehouse
      World Premiere
      A co-production with The Rubicon Theatre
    Regional Tour
    • Mitch Albom's Tuesdays with Morrie 
      Jeffrey Hatcher and Mitch Albom
      March 10, 2004 - April 1, 2004
    Community Play
    • Little Shop of Horrors 
      Book and lyrics by Howard Ashman; Music by Alan Menken; Based on the film by Roger Corman; Screenplay by Charles Griffith
      April 29, 2004 - May 1, 2004
      The Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • The Diary of Anne Frank 
      A play by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett; Based upon "Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl" newly adapted by Wendy Kesselman
      November 12, 2003 - November 18, 2003
      MTC Mainstage
  • 2004-2005 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Humble Boy 
      Charlotte Jones
      October 14, 2004 - November 6, 2004
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Night of the Iguana 
      Tennessee Williams
      November 18, 2004 - December 11, 2004
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with the Rubicon Theatre
    • Much Ado About Nothing 
      William Shakespeare
      January 6, 2005 - January 29, 2005
      MTC Mainstage
    • Trying 
      Joanna McClelland Glass
      February 10, 2005 - March 5, 2005
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Dresser 
      Ronald Harwood
      March 17, 2005 - April 9, 2005
      MTC Mainstage
    • Mamma Mia! 
      Music and lyrics by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus and some songs with Stig Anderson; Book by Catherine Johnson
      August 17, 2005 - August 23, 2005
      Centennial Concert Hall
      Presented by Judy Craymer, Richard East and Björn Ulvaeus for Littlestar in association with Universal
    Second Stage
    • Real Live Girl 
      Written and performed by Damien Atkins
      November 25, 2004 - December 11, 2004
      The Warehouse
      The Buddies in Bad Times Production
    • Hosanna 
      Michel Tremblay; Translation by John Van Burek and Bill Glassco
      January 20, 2005 - February 5, 2005
      The Warehouse
      A Part of TremblayFest 2005
    • Provenance 
      Created and performed by Ronnie Burkett
      February 17, 2005 - March 5, 2005
      The Warehouse
      A Rink-A-Dink Inc. Production of Ronnie Burkett Theatre of Marionettes
    • The Last Five Years 
      Written and composed by Jason Robert Brown
      March 31, 2005 - April 16, 2005
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • Trying 
      Joanna McClelland Glass
      January 10, 2005 - February 1, 2005
    History Play
    • The History of Manitoba from the Beginning of Time to the Present in 45 Minutes 
      Ross McMillan
      April 11, 2005 - May 13, 2005
      School Tour
    Community Play
    • Cabaret 
      Book by John Masteroff; Based on the play by John Van Druten and stories by Christopher Isherwood; Music by John Kander; Lyrics by Fred Ebb
      April 28, 2005 - April 30, 2005
      The Warehouse
      In collabortaion with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Humble Boy 
      Charlotte Jones
      October 12, 2004
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Night of the Iguana 
      Tennessee Williams
      November 16, 2004
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with the Rubicon Theatre
    • Much Ado About Nothing 
      William Shakespeare
      January 4, 2005
      MTC Mainstage
    • Trying 
      Joanna McClelland Glass
      February 8, 2005
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Dresser 
      Ronald Harwood
      March 15, 2005
      MTC Mainstage
  • 2005-2006 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Crowns 
      Regina Taylor; Adapted from the book by Michael Cunningham & Craig Marberry
      October 13, 2005 - November 5, 2005
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
      A co-production with CanStage and the National Arts Centre
    • A Christmas Carol 
      Adapted by Bruce McManus; From the novel by Charles Dickens
      November 24, 2005 - December 17, 2005
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • Guys & Dolls 
      Based on story & characters of Damon Runyon; Music and lyrics by Frank Loesser; Book by Jo Swerling & Abe Burrows
      January 5, 2006 - January 28, 2006
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Theatre Calgary and The Citadel
    • The Innocent Eye Test 
      Michael Healey
      February 9, 2006 - March 4, 2006
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
      A co-production with Mirvish Productions
    • The Clean House 
      Sarah Ruhl
      March 16, 2006 - April 8, 2006
      MTC Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
      A co-production with The Playhouse Theatre
    • Driving Miss Daisy 
      Alfred Uhry
      April 20, 2006 - May 13, 2006
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with The Rubicon Theatre
    Second Stage
    • The Goat or, Who is Sylvia? 
      Edward Albee
      October 6, 2005 - October 22, 2005
      The Warehouse
    • Cul-de-sac 
      Daniel MacIvor
      November 10, 2005 - November 26, 2005
      The Warehouse
      A da da kamera Production
    • Long Day's Journey into Night 
      Eugene O'Neill
      January 19, 2006 - February 4, 2006
      The Warehouse
      A Part of O'NeillFest 2006
    • Fully Committed 
      Becky Mode
      March 2, 2006 - March 18, 2006
      The Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • Driving Miss Daisy 
      Alfred Uhry
      February 8, 2006 - March 8, 2006
    History Play
    • The History of Manitoba from the Beginning of Time to the Present in 45 Minutes 
      Ross McMillan
      April 18, 2006 - May 5, 2006
      School Tour
    Community Play
    • Inherit the Wind 
      Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee
      April 27, 2006 - April 29, 2006
      The Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • A Christmas Carol 
      Adapted by Bruce McManus; From the novel by Charles Dickens
      November 17, 2005 - November 22, 2005
      MTC Mainstage
  • 2006-2007 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • The Tempest 
      William Shakespeare
      October 12, 2006 - November 4, 2006
      MTC Mainstage
    • Orpheus Descending 
      Tennessee Williams
      November 23, 2006 - December 16, 2006
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Mirvish Productions
    • The Rocky Horror Show 
      Book, music and lyrics by Richard O'Brien
      January 4, 2006 - January 27, 2007
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with CanStage
    • Half Life 
      John Mighton
      February 8, 2007 - March 3, 2007
      MTC Mainstage
      Necessary Angel's production
    • The Constant Wife 
      Somerset Maugham
      March 15, 2007 - April 7, 2007
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with The Citadel Theatre
    • Over the Tavern 
      Tom Dudzick
      April 19, 2007 - May 12, 2007
      MTC Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • The Retreat from Moscow 
      William Nicholson
      October 26, 2006 - November 11, 2006
      The Warehouse
    • Summer of My Amazing Luck 
      Chris Craddock; Based on the novel by Miriam Toews
      November 16, 2006 - December 2, 2006
      The Warehouse
      A Theatre Network production
    • The Real Thing 
      Tom Stoppard
      January 18, 2007 - February 3, 2007
      The Warehouse
      A Part of StoppardFest 2007
    • What Lies Before Us 
      Morris Panych
      March 1, 2007 - March 17, 2007
      The Warehouse
      Crow's Theatre production
    Regional Tour
    • Educating Rita 
      Willy Russell
      February 2, 2007 - February 26, 2007
    Community Play
    • A Midsummer Night's Dream 
      William Shakespeare
      April 26, 2007 - April 28, 2007
      The Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • The Tempest 
      William Shakespeare
      October 4, 2006 - October 10, 2006
      MTC Mainstage
    • Summer of My Amazing Luck 
      Chris Craddock
      November 22, 2006 - November 29, 2006
      The Warehouse
      A Theatre Network production
  • 2007-2008 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Our Town 
      Thornton Wilder
      October 18, 2007 - November 10, 2007
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Importance of Being Earnest 
      Oscar Wilde
      November 22, 2007 - December 15, 2007
      MTC Mainstage
    • Fiddler on the Roof 
      Based on Sholem Aleichem's stories by special permission of Arnold Perl; Book by Joseph Stein; Music by Jerry Bock; Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
      January 3, 2008 - January 26, 2008
      MTC Mainstage
    • Shakespeare's Dog 
      Rick Chafe; Adapted from the novel by Leon Rooke
      February 14, 2008 - March 8, 2008
      MTC Mainstage
      World Premiere
      A co-production with the National Arts Centre
    • The Syringa Tree 
      Pamela Glen
      March 20, 2008 - April 12, 2008
      MTC Mainstage
    • Dreamgirls 
      Book and lyrics by Tom Eyen; Music by Henry Krieger
      April 24, 2008 - May 17, 2008
      MTC Mainstage
      A co-production with Theatre Aquarius
    Second Stage
    • Hardsell 
      Rick Miller & Daniel Brooks
      November 15, 2007 - December 1, 2007
      The Warehouse
      World Premiere
      Necessary Angel and Wyrd Productions
    • Glengarry Glen Ross 
      David Mamet
      January 24, 2008 - February 9, 2008
      The Warehouse
      A Part of MametFest 2008
    • Rope's End 
      Douglas Bowie
      February 21, 2008 - March 8, 2008
      The Warehouse
    • The Satchmo' Suite 
      Hans Böggild and Doug Innis
      March 13, 2008 - March 29, 2008
      The Warehouse
      The Eastern Front Theatre production
    Regional Tour
    • Rope's End 
      Douglas Bowie
      January 17, 2008 - February 14, 2008
    History Play
    • The History of Manitoba from the Beginning of Time to the Present in 45 Minutes 
      Ross McMillan
      May 8, 2008 - May 11, 2008
      The Warehouse
      Part of MTC's 50th Anniversary Homecoming Weekend
    Community Play
    • Chicago 
      Book by Fred Ebb & Bob Fosse; Music by John Kander; Lyrics by Fred Ebb; Based on the play by Maurine Dallas Watkins
      April 30, 2008 - May 3, 2008
      The Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Our Town 
      Thornton Wilder
      October 16, 2007
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Importance of Being Earnest 
      Oscar Wilde
      November 20, 2007
      MTC Mainstage
    • The Satchmo' Suite 
      Hans Böggild and Doug Innis March 18, 2008
      The Warehouse
      An Eastern Front Theatre production
    • The Syringa Tree 
      Pamela Glen
      April 8, 2008
      MTC Mainstage
    • The History of Manitoba from the Beginning of Time to the Present in 45 Minutes 
      Ross McMillan
      May 9, 2008
      The Warehouse
    Other Production
    • The Curtain Rises … 50th Anniversary Homecoming Tribute Show 
      Richard Hurst
      May 11, 2008
      MTC Mainstage
      Part of MTC's 50th Anniversary Homecoming Weekend
  • 2008-2009 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Pride and Prejudice 
      Jane Austen: Original Adaptation by James Maxwell; Revised by Alan Stanford
      October 16, 2008 - November 8, 2008
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Medea 
      Freely adapted by Robinson Jeffers; From the play by Euripides
      November 20, 2008 - December 13, 2008
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with Mirvish Productions
    • Jitters 
      David French
      January 1, 2009 - January 24, 2009
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead 
      Robert Hewett
      February 5, 2009 - February 28, 2009
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Doubt, A Parable 
      John Patrick Shanley
      March 12, 2009 - April 4, 2009
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with Theatre Calgary
    • The Boys in the Photograph 
      Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber; Book & Lyrics by Ben Elton
      April 30, 2009 - May 23, 2009
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      World Premiere
      Presented in association with David Mirvish
    Second Stage
    • Scorched 
      Wajdi Mouawad; Translated by Linda Gaboriau
      November 13, 2008 - November 29, 2008
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      A Tarragon Theatre Production
    • The Price 
      Arthur Miller
      January 22, 2009 - February 7, 2009
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      A Part of MillerFest 2009
    • Bad Dates 
      Theresa Rebeck
      February 19, 2009 - March 7, 2009
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
    • Bleeding Hearts 
      Kevin Klassen
      April 2, 2009 - April 18, 2009
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      World Premiere
    Regional Tour
    • Bad Dates 
      Theresa Rebeck
      January 10, 2009 - February 11, 2009
    Community Play
    • The Odd Couple 
      Neil Simon
      May 6, 2009 - May 9, 2009
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Pride and Prejudice 
      Jane Austen: Original Adaptation by James Maxwell; Revised by Alan Stanford
      October 8, 2008 - October 14, 2008
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Medea 
      Freely Adapted by Robinson Jeffers; From the Play by Euripides
      November 18, 2008
      John Hirsch Mainstage
  • 2009-2010 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Strong Poison 
      Dorothy L. Sayers; Adapted for the stage by Frances Limoncelli
      October 22, 2009 - November 14, 2009
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • It's a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play 
      Adapted by Philip Grecian; Based on the film by Frank Capra
      November 26, 2009 - December 19, 2009
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • The Drowsy Chaperone 
      Music & lyrics by Lisa Lambert & Greg Morrison; Book by Bob Martin & Don McKellar
      January 7, 2010 - January 30, 2010
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with Theatre Calgary
    • Mother Courage and her Children 
      Bertolt Brecht in a new version by Peter Hinton
      February 11, 2010 - March 6, 2010
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      World Premiere
      A co-production with Canada's National Arts Centre English Theatre
    • Educating Rita 
      Willy Russell
      March 18, 2010 - April 10, 2010
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Steel Magnolias 
      Robert Harling
      April 22, 2010 - May 15, 2010
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • 5 O'Clock Bells 
      Written and Performed by Pierre Brault
      October 8, 2009 - October 24, 2009
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      A Sleeping Dog Theatre Production
    • East of Berlin 
      Hannah Moscovitch
      November 19, 2009 - December 5, 2009
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      A Tarragon Theatre Production
    • Top Girls 
      Caryl Churchill
      January 21, 2010 - February 6, 2010
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      A Part of ChurchillFest 2010
    • Looking Back - West 
      Robert Lewis Vaughan
      February 18, 2010 - March 6, 2010
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      World Premiere
    Regional Tour
    • Tempting Providence 
      Robert Chafe
      January 30, 2010 - March 3, 2010
      Theatre Newfoundland Labrador's Production
    Community Play
    • The Producers 
      Book by Mel Brooks & Thomas Meehan; Music & Lyrics by Mel Brooks
      May 4, 2010 - May 8, 2010
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • It's a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play 
      Adapted by Philip Grecian; Based on the film by Frank Capra
      November 23, 2009 - November 25, 2009
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    Other Production
    • Girls Only: The Secret Comedy of Women 
      Barbara Gehring and Linda Klein
      March 20, 2010 - April 3, 2010
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      Presented with Denver Center Attractions
  • 2010-2011 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 
      Dale Wasserman; Based on the novel by Ken Kesey
      October 14, 2010 - November 6, 2010
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with Theatre Calgary
    • White Christmas 
      Based upon the Paramount Pictures film; Written for the screen by Norman Krasna, Norman Panama and Melvin Frank; Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin; Book by David Ives and Paul Blake
      November 25, 2010 - December 18, 2010
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Brief Encounter 
      Noël Coward; Adapted for the stage by Emma Rice
      January 6, 2011 - January 29, 2011
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with the Vancouver Playhouse Theatre Company
    • The Shunning 
      Patrick Friesen
      February 10, 2011 - March 5, 2011
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Calendar Girls 
      Tim Firth; Based on the Miramax Motion Picture ‘Calendar Girls’ written by Tim Firth and Juliette Towhidi
      March 17, 2011 - April 9, 2011
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      North American Premiere
    • The 39 Steps 
      Adapted by Patrick Barlow; From the novel by John Buchan; From the movie of Alfred Hitchcock
      April 21, 2011 - May 14, 2011
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • Jake's Gift 
      Written and performed by Julia Mackey
      November 4, 2010 - November 20, 2010
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
    • The Sea Farer 
      Conor McPherson
      December 2, 2010 - December 18, 2010
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
    • After Miss Julie 
      A version of Strindberg's Miss Julie by Patrick Marber
      January 20, 2011 - February 5, 2011
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      Part of StrindbergFest 2011
    • The Drowning Girls 
      Beth Graham, Charlie Tomlinson, Daniela Vlaskalic
      February 24, 2011 - March 12, 2011
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      Bent Out of Shape Productions
    Regional Tour
    • Wingfield On Ice 
      Dan Needles
      February 18, 2011 - March 20, 2011
    History Play
    • The History of Manitoba from the Beginning of Time to the Present in 45 Minutes 
      Ross McMillan
      August 28, 2011 - August 29, 2011
      The Forks
      A part of the Winnipeg Cultural Capital of Canada's River Barge Festival
    Community Play
    • Gypsy 
      Book by Arthur Laurents; Music by Jule Styne; Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
      May 3, 2011 - May 7, 2011
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 
      Dale Wasserman; Based on the novel by Ken Kesey
      October 13, 2010
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with Theatre Calgary
    • White Christmas 
      Based upon the Paramount Pictures film written for the screen by Norman Krasna, Norman Panama and Melvin Frank; Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin; Book by David Ives and Paul Blake
      November 24, 2010
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Brief Encounter 
      Noël Coward; Adapted for the stage by Emma Rice
      January 13, 2011
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with the Vancouver Playhouse Theatre Company
    • The Shunning 
      Patrick Friesen
      February 9, 2011
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Calendar Girls 
      Tim Firth; Based on the Miramax Motion Picture 'Calendar Girls' written by Tim Firth and Juliette Towhidi
      March 16, 2011
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with David Mirvish
    • The 39 Steps 
      Adapted by Patrick Barlow; From the novel by John Buchan; From the movie of Alfred Hitchcock
      April 20, 2011
      John Hirsch Mainstage
  • 2011-2012 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Grumpy Old Men: The Musical 
      Book by Dan Remmes; Music by Neil Berg; Lyrics by Nick Meglin; Based on the Warner Bros. film written by Mark Steven Johnson
      October 13, 2011 - November 5, 2011
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      World Premiere
      Presented in association with Grumpy Old Partners LP, Jeff Gardner, Executive Producer Ken Denison & Bud Negley, Robert & Rebekah Mercer, Joseph J. Grano, Richard Geyer, One Dwarf LLC/Paul Beyersdorf, Charlton Gronlund, Mrs. Eileen & Dr. Marc Read and The Overland Entertainment Group
    • Romeo and Juliet 
      William Shakespeare
      November 24, 2011 - December 17, 2011
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Shirley Valentine 
      Willy Russell
      January 5, 2012 - January 28, 2012
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • The Fighting Days 
      Wendy Lill
      February 9, 2012 - March 3, 2012
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • God of Carnage 
      Yasmina Reza; Translated by Christopher Hampton
      March 15, 2012 - April 7, 2012
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with The Vancouver Playhouse
    • Next to Normal 
      Music by Tom Kitt; Book & lyrics by Brian Yorkey
      April 19, 2012 - May 12, 2012
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • IN THE NEXT ROOM or the vibrator play 
      Sarah Ruhl
      November 3, 2011 - November 19, 2011
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      A co-production with Tarragon Theatre
    • Mrs. Warren's Profession 
      George Bernard Shaw
      January 19, 2012 - February 4, 2012
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      Part of ShawFest 2012
    • August: Osage County 
      Tracy Letts
      March 8, 2012 - March 24, 2012
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
    • Blind Date 
      Created by Rebecca Northan
      April 5, 2012 - April 21, 2012
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      Presented by Kevin McCollum in association with LAMS Productions
    Regional Tour
    • The Melville Boys 
      Norm Foster
      January 24, 2012 - February 24, 2012
    Community Play
    • The Mousetrap 
      Agatha Christie
      May 2, 2012 - May 5, 2012
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Romeo and Juliet 
      William Shakespeare
      November 16, 2011 - November 22, 2011
      John Hirsch Mainstage
  • 2012-2013 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • A Few Good Men 
      Aaron Sorkin
      October 18, 2012 - November 10, 2012
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with the Citadel Theatre
    • Miracle on South Division Street 
      Tom Dudzick
      November 22, 2012 - December 15, 2012
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Gone with the Wind 
      Adapted by Niki Landau; Based on the novel by Margaret Mitchell
      January 10, 2013 - February 2, 2013
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • Ed's Garage 
      Dan Needles
      February 7, 2013 - March 2, 2013
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Daddy Long Legs 
      Music and lyrics by Paul Gordon; Book by John Caird; Based on the novel by Jean Webster
      March 14, 2013 - April 6, 2013
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      Produced by Rubicon Theatre Company, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, the Gem Theatre, Northlight Theatre, Skylight Music Theatre, TheatreWorks, David Elzer and Executive Producer Michael Jackowitz
    • Other People's Money 
      Jerry Sterner
      April 18, 2013 - May 11, 2013
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • Red 
      John Logan
      November 1, 2012 - November 17, 2012
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      A co-production with the Belfry Theatre
    • Assassins 
      Music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; Book by John Weidman; Assassins is based on an idea by Charles Gilbert, Jr.
      January 17, 2013 - February 2, 2013
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      A Birdland Theatre and Talk Is Free Theatre production; Part of SondheimFest 2013
    • The Penelopiad 
      Margaret Atwood
      February 21, 2013 - March 9, 2013
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
    • Ride the Cyclone: A Musical 
      Jacob Richmond and Brooke
      Maxwell March 21, 2013 - April 6, 2013
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      An Atomic Vaudeville Production
    Regional Tour
    • Ed's Garage 
      Dan Needles
      January 3, 2013 - February 3, 2013
    Community Play
    • Legally Blonde: The Musical 
      Music and lyrics by Laurence O'Keefe and Nell Benjamin; Book by Heather Hach; Based on the novel by Amanda Brown and the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Motion Picture
      April 23, 2013 - April 27, 2013
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • A Few Good Men 
      Aaron Sorkin
      November 1, 2012
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with the Citadel Theatre
    • Miracle on South Division Street 
      Tom Dudzick
      November 21, 2012
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • The Penelopiad 
      Margaret Atwood
      February 28, 2013
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
  • 2013-2014 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Harvey 
      Mary Chase
      October 17, 2013 - November 9, 2013
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • A Christmas Story 
      A play by Philip Grecian; Based upon A Christmas Story © 1983 Turner Entertainment Co. Distributed by Warner Bros. Written by Jean Shepherd, Leigh Brown & Bob Clark and In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash by Jean Shepherd
      November 21, 2013 - December 14, 2013
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Jane Eyre 
      Adapted by Julie Beckman; From the novel by Charlotte Brontë
      January 9, 2014 - February 1, 2014
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
    • The Glass Menagerie 
      Tennessee Williams
      February 13, 2014 - March 8, 2014
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Kim's Convenience 
      Ins Choi
      March 13, 2014 - April 5, 2014
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A Soulpepper Production
    • Good People 
      David Lindsay-Abaire
      April 17, 2014 - May 10, 2014
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • Venus in Fur 
      David Ives
      October 24, 2013 - November 9, 2013
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
    • Hirsch 
      Alon Nashman and Paul Thompson
      November 28, 2013 - December 14, 2013
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      Produced by Theaturtle, Richard Jordan Productions and Elizabeth Bradley Arts Enterprises (in association with The Pleasance)
    • The Seagull 
      Anton Chekhov; Translated by David French
      January 23, 2014 - February 8, 2014
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      Part of ChekhovFest 2014
    • The Secret Annex 
      Alix Sobler
      February 20, 2014 - March 8, 2014
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      World Premiere
    Regional Tour
    • Miracle on South Division Street 
      Tom Dudzick
      January 27, 2014 - March 2, 2014
    Community Play
    • How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying 
      Book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert; Music and lyrics by Frank Loesser; Based upon the book by Shepherd Mead
      April 30, 2014 - May 3, 2014
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • A Christmas Story 
      A play by Philip Grecian; Based upon A Christmas Story © 1983 Turner Entertainment Co. Distributed by Warner Bros. Written by Jean Shepherd, Leigh Brown & Bob Clark and In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash by Jean Shepherd
      November 28, 2013
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • The Secret Annex 
      Alix Sobler
      February 25, 2014
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
    • The Glass Menagerie 
      Tennessee Williams
      February 27, 2014
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Kim's Convenience 
      Ins Choi
      March 20, 2014
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A Soulpepper Production
  • 2014-2015 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Jersey Lily 
      Katie Forgette
      October 2, 2014 - October 25, 2014
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      Loosely adapted from Sherlock Holmes by Doyle and Gilette (1899) and from the writings of Oscar Wilde and William Shakespeare
    • The Heart of Robin Hood 
      David Farr; Music by Parsonsfield; Lyrics by Parsonsfield and David Farr
      November 13, 2014 - December 6, 2014
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      Canadian Premiere
      A co-production with David Mirvish and Barry and Fran Weissler
    • Cabaret 
      Book by Joe Masteroff; Based on the Play by John Van Druten and Stories by Christopher Isherwood; Music by John Kander; Lyrics by Fred Ebb
      January 8, 2015 - January 31, 2015
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike 
      Christopher Durang
      February 12, 2015 - March 7, 2015
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with Mirvish Productions
    • The Woman in Black 
      Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt based on the novel by Susan Hill
      March 19, 2015 - April 11, 2015
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Clever Little Lies 
      Joe DiPietro
      April 23, 2015 - May 16, 2015
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • Armstrong's War 
      Colleen Murphy
      October 30, 2014 - November 15, 2014
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
    • The Devil's Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith 
      Angelo Parra
      December 4, 2014 - December 20, 2014
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
    • Private Lives 
      Noël Coward
      January 29, 2015 - February 14, 2015
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      Part of CowardFest 2015
    • Late Company 
      Jordan Tannahill
      March 5, 2015 - March 21, 2015
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • Armstrong's War 
      Colleen Murphy
      January 28, 2015 - March 7, 2015
    Community Play
    • The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee 
      Music and lyrics by William Finn; Book by Rachel Sheinkin; Conceived by Rebecca Feldman; Additional Material by Jay Reiss
      May 6, 2015 - May 9, 2015
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Jersey Lily 
      Katie Forgette
      October 16, 2014 - October 16, 2014
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      Loosely adapted from Sherlock Holmes by Doyle and Gilette (1899) and from the writings of Oscar Wilde and William Shakespeare
    • Armstrong's War 
      Colleen Murphy
      November 4, 2014
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
    • The Woman in Black 
      Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt from the book by Susan Hill
      April 9, 2015
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Late Company 
      Jordan Tannahill
      March 19, 2015
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
  • 2015-2016 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance 
      Jethro Compton; Based on the short story by Dorothy M. Johnson
      October 15, 2015 - November 7, 2015
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Alice Through the Looking-Glass 
      Lewis Carroll; Adapted for the stage by James Reaney
      November 26, 2015 - December 19, 2015
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Billy Elliot the Musical 
      Music by Elton John; Book & Lyrics by Lee Hall
      January 14, 2016 - February 6, 2016
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Chimerica 
      Lucy Kirkwood
      February 25, 2016 - March 19, 2016
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with Canadian stage
    • Unnecessary Farce 
      Paul Slade Smith
      March 31, 2016 - April 23, 2016
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • BOOM 
      Rick Miller
      April 28, 2016 - May 21, 2016
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A Kidoons & Wyrd Production
    Second Stage
    • Seminar 
      Theresa Rebeck
      October 22, 2015 - November 7, 2015
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      A co-production with Mirvish Productions
    • Wiesenthal 
      Tom Dugan
      November 19, 2015 - December 5, 2015
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      In Association with Daryl Roth, Karyl Lynn Burns, Catherine Adler, Suzy & Burton Farbman, Anne & Michael Tobes.
    • Things We Do For Love 
      Alan Ayckbourn
      February 4, 2016 - February 20, 2016
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      Part of AyckbournFest 2016
    • Myth of the Ostrich 
      Matt Murray
      March 10, 2016 - March 26, 2016
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • The Hound of the Baskervilles 
      Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; Adapted by Steven Canny & John Nicholson
      January 25, 2016 - February 26, 2016
      Originally produced by Prairie Theatre Exchange
    Community Play
    • La Cage aux Folles 
      Book by Harvey Fierstein; Music and lyrics by Jerry Herman; Based on the play by Jean Poiret
      April 26, 2016 - April 30, 2016
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance 
      Jethro Compton; Based on the short story by Dorothy M. Johnson
      October 22, 2015
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Wiesenthal 
      Tom Dugan
      November 18, 2015 - November 20, 2015
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      In Association with Daryl Roth, Karyl Lynn Burns, Catherine Adler, Suzy & Burton Farbman, Anne & Michael Tobes.
    • Alice Through the Looking-Glass 
      Lewis Carroll; Adapted for the stage by James Reaney
      November 24, 2015 - December 7, 2015
      John Hirsch Mainstage
  • 2016-2017 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time 
      Simon Stephens; Based on the novel by Mark Haddon
      October 20, 2016 - November 12, 2016
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with The Citadel Theatre
    • The Audience 
      Peter Morgan
      November 24, 2016 - December 17, 2016
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with Mirvish Productions
    • Million Dollar Quartet 
      Book by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux; Original Concept and Direction by Floyd Mutrux
      January 5, 2017 - January 28, 2017
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      Inspired by Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins
    • Black Coffee 
      Agatha Christie
      February 9, 2017 - March 4, 2017
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      Part of ChristieFest 2017
    • Bittergirl: the Musical 
      Annabel Fitzsimmons, Alison Lawrence and Mary Francis Moore
      March 16, 2017 - April 8, 2017
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Sarah Ballenden 
      Maureen Hunter
      April 20, 2017 - May 13, 2017
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      World Premiere
    Second Stage
    • My Name is Asher Lev 
      Aaron Posner; Adapted from the novel by Chaim Potok
      October 13, 2016 - October 29, 2016
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      A co-production with The Segal Centre
    • 23.5 Hours 
      Carey Crim
      November 17, 2016 - December 2, 2016
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      Canadian Premiere
    • Hand to God 
      Robert Askins
      January 26, 2017 - February 11, 2017
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      Canadian Premiere
    • Kill Me Now 
      Brad Fraser
      March 30, 2017 - April 15, 2017
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      In partnership with Canada's National Arts Centre
    Regional Tour
    • Last Train to Nibroc 
      Arlene Hutton
      January 30, 2017 - March 4, 2017
    Community Play
    • Twelve Angry Jurors 
      Reginald Rose; Adapated by Sherman Sergel
      March 3, 2017 - March 6, 2017
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time 
      Simon Stephens; Based on the novel by Mark Haddon
      October 19, 2016 - November 3, 2016
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with The Citadel Theatre
    • Black Coffee 
      Agatha Christie
      March 2, 2017
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      Part of ChristieFest 2017
    • Sarah Ballenden 
      Maureen Hunter
      May 11, 2017
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    Other Production
    • The Watershed 
      Annabel Soutar
      March 15, 2017 - March 18, 2017
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      Co-produced by Porte Parole (Montreal) and Crow's Theatre (Toronto), with support from La Coop fédérée
  • 2017-2018 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Shakespeare in Love 
      Based on the screenplay by Marc Norman & Tom Stoppard; Adapted for the stage by Lee Hall
      October 19, 2017 - November 11, 2017
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with The Citadel Theatre
    • A Christmas Carol 
      Adapted by Bruce McManus; From the novel by Charles Dickens
      November 23, 2017 - December 16, 2017
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Come From Away 
      Book, Music and Lyrics by Irene Sankoff and David Hein
      January 11, 2018 – February 3, 2018
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A Canadian Regional Premiere at Royal MTC by Special Arrangement with David Mirvish and Junkyard Dog Productions
    • Once 
      Book by Enda Walsh; Music and Lyrics by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova; Based on the Motion Picture Written and Directed by John Carney
      February 15, 2018 - March 10, 2018
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with The Grand Theatre
    • The Humans 
      Stephen Karam
      March 22, 2018 - April 14, 2018
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Morning After Grace 
      Carey Crim
      April 26, 2018 - May 19, 2018
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    Second Stage
    • Nine Dragons 
      Jovanni Sy
      October 26, 2017 – November 11, 2017
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      World Premiere
      A co-production with Gateway Theatre and Vertigo Theatre
    • Outside Mullingar 
      John Patrick Shanley
      February 1, 2018 – February 17, 2018
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      Part of ShanleyFest 2018
    • Di and Viv and Rose 
      Amelia Bullmore
      March 8, 2018 – March 24, 2018
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
    • Heisenberg 
      Simon Stephens
      April 12, 2018 – April 28, 2018
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • A Christmas Carol 
      Charles Dickens; Adapted and Performed by Rod Beattie
      November 19, 2017 – December 20, 2017
    Community Play
    • Witness for the Prosecution 
      Agatha Christie
      March 9, 2018 – March 12, 2018
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Shakespeare in Love 
      Based on the screenplay by Marc Norman & Tom Stoppard; Adapted for the stage by Lee Hall
      October 18, 2017 - November 9, 2017
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with The Citadel Theatre
    • Nine Dragons 
      Jovanni Sy
      November 2, 2017
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      World Premiere
      A co-production with Gateway Theatre and Vertigo Theatre
    • A Christmas Carol 
      Adapted by Bruce McManus; From the novel by Charles Dickens
      November 24, 2017 - December 14, 2017
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Come From Away 
      Book, Music and Lyrics by Irene Sankoff and David Hein
      February 1, 2018
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A Canadian Regional Premiere at Royal MTC by Special Arrangement with David Mirvish and Junkyard Dog Productions
    • Once 
      Book by Enda Walsh; Music and Lyrics by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova; Based on the Motion Picture Written and Directed by John Carney
      March 8, 2018
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      A co-production with The Grand Theatre
    • The Humans 
      Stephen Karam
      April 12, 2018
      John Hirsch Mainstage
  • 2018-2019 SEASON 


    Mainstage
    • Sense and Sensibility 
      Adapted by Ellen Peterson from the novel by Jane Austen
      October 18, 2018 - November 10, 2018
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • It's a Wonderful Life: The Radio Play 
      Adapted by Philip Grecian; Based on the film by Frank Capra
      November 22, 2018 - December 15, 2018
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Roald Dahl's Matilda the Musical 
      Book by Dennis Kelly; Music & Lyrics by Tim Minchin; Orchestrations & Additional Music by Chris Nightingale
      January 10, 2019 - February 2, 2019
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      In partnership with Arts Club Theatre Company and Citadel Theatre
    • A Doll's House Part 2 
      Lucas Hnath
      February 21, 2019 - March 16, 2019
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      Part of IbsenFest 2019; A Co-production with Mirvish Productions
    • Boom X 
      Rick Miller
      March 21, 2019 - April 13, 2019
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      Produced by Kidoons and WYRD Productions, in association with Theatre Calgary and The 20K Collective
    • The Cottage 
      Jake MacDonald
      April 25, 2019 - May 18, 2019
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      World Premiere
    Second Stage
    • Vietgone 
      Qui Nguyen
      November 1, 2018 - November 17, 2018
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      In association with fu-GEN Theatre and Hope and Hell Theatre Co.
    • A Doll's House 
      Henrik Ibsen; Translated by Joan Tindale
      January 31, 2019 - February 16, 2019
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      Part of IbsenFest 2019
    • Made in Italy 
      Farren Timoteo
      February 28, 2019 - March 16, 2019
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      A Western Canada Theatre Production
    • John 
      Annie Baker
      April 4, 2019 - April 20, 2019
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
    Regional Tour
    • Buying the Farm 
      Stephen Sparks & Shelley Hoffman
      January 31, 2019 - March 7, 2019
      Produced in partnership with Magnus Theatre
    Community Play
    • Mamma Mia! 
      Music and Lyrics by Benny Andersson & Björn Ulvaeus; And some songs with Stig Anderson; Book by Catherine Johnson; Originally Conceived by Judy Craymer
      May 7, 2019 - May 11, 2019
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      In collaboration with the Manitoba Bar Association
    Theatre for Young Audiences
    • Sense and Sensibility 
      Adapted by Ellen Peterson from the novel by Jane Austen
      October 25, 2018 - November 8, 2018
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      World Premiere
    • Vietgone 
      Qui Nguyen
      November 14, 2018
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      In association with fu-GEN Theatre and Hope and Hell Theatre Co.
    • It's a Wonderful Life: The Radio Play 
      Adapted by Philip Grecian; Based on the film by Frank Capra
      November 29, 2018 - December 13, 2018
      John Hirsch Mainstage
    • Roald Dahl's Matilda the Musical 
      Book by Dennis Kelly; Music & Lyrics by Tim Minchin; Orchestrations & Additional Music by Chris Nightingale
      January 17, 2019 - January 31, 2019
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      In partnership with Arts Club Theatre Company and Citadel Theatre
    • A Doll's House 
      Henrik Ibsen; Translated by Joan Tindale
      February 13, 2019
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      Part of IbsenFest 2019
    • Made in Italy 
      Farren Timoteo
      March 13, 2019
      Tom Hendry Warehouse
      A Western Canada Theatre Production
    • Boom X 
      Rick Miller
      April 11, 2019
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      Produced by Kidoons and WYRD Productions, in association with Theatre Calgary and The 20K Collective
    Other Productions
    • 887 
      Robert Lepage; English Translation by Louise Blair
      February 8, 2019 - February 10, 2019
      John Hirsch Mainstage
      Featuring Ex Machina/Robert Lepage
    • Steven Schipper Farewell Event 
      May 29, 2019
      John Hirsch Mainstage

 

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