Cheap Theatre in Toronto for the Week of May 5th, 2015

Live Shows for $25 or Less

The Paprika Festival, celebrating the work of young and emerging artists, starts this week.  Be sure to check it out. You can also get a great deal on these other shows:

Creditors (reviewed)—The Coal Mine Theatre. A vengeful manipulator turns a man against his wife in this dark comedy. Previews Apr 26, opens Apr 28 and runs to May 17, Tue-Sun 7:30 pm. $15-$30. View Show Info

Liver by Kat Sandler (reviewed) (The Slab Collective/Theatre Brouhaha Labs/Red One Theatre Collective). A man wakes up on a gurney missing his liver in this dark meditation on life, death, questions of youth and aging and how far we will go to live forever. Opens Apr 30 and runs to May 10, Wed-Sun 8 pm, mat Sun 2 pm. $20-$25. View Show Info

Paprika Festival. New plays, dance performances, workshop productions, experimental art and more by young artists. Opens May 4 and runs to May 10, see website for schedule. $10, day pass $15, Paprika gala $30.  View Show Info



Listings based on NOW! Stage listings.