Murderous ambition meets the dark forces of destiny when a military hero and his wife conspire to seize the throne of Scotland. 

MACBETH by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE directed by ANTONI CIMOLINO

PREVIEWS BEGIN MAY 3 | OPENS MAY 30 | CLOSES OCTOBER 23

production support: DIANA TREMAIN, JANE PETERSEN BURFIELD & FAMILY, BARBARA & JOHN SCHUBERT AND CHIP & BARBARA VALLIS.

  • Ian Lake as Macbeth
  • Krystin Pellerin as Lady Macbeth
  • Scott Wentworth as Banquo
  • Sarah Afful as Lady Macduff
  • Antoine Yared as Malcolm
  • Joseph Ziegler as Duncan
  • Deidre Gillard-Rowlings, Lanise Antoine Shelley and Brigit Wilson as the Three Witches

This exhilarating Pulitzer Prize-winning musical traces the diverse journeys of hearts captivated by the allure of show business, as 17 dancers audition for a chorus line. 

A CHORUS LINE conceived and originally directed and choreographed by MICHAEL BENNETT book by JAMES KIRKWOOD & NICHOLAS DANTE music by MARVIN HAMLISCH lyrics by EDWARD KLEBAN co-choreographed by BOB AVIAN original broadway production produced by THE NEW YORK SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL, JOSEPH PAPP, producer, in association with PLUM PRODUCTIONS INC directed and choreographed by DONNA FEORE 

PREVIEWS BEGIN APRIL 19 | OPENS MAY 31 | CLOSES OCTOBER 30

production co-sponsor: UNION GAS LIMITED

production support: MARY ANN & ROBERT GORLIN, RIKI TUROFSKY & CHARLES PETERSEN AND CATHERINE & DAVID WILKES

  • Dayna Tietzen as Cassie
  • Juan Chioran as Zach
  • Eric Abel
  • Matt Alfano as Mike
  • Gabriel Antonacci as Al
  • Matthew Armet as Greg
  • Ashley Arnett as Bebe
  • Alex Black
  • Stephen Cota as Larry
  • Colton Curtis as Mark
  • JJ Gerber
  • Alexandra Herzog as Kristine
  • Galen Johnson
  • Bonnie Jordan as Judy
  • Bethany Kovarik
  • Ayrin Mackie as Sheila
  • Chad McFadden as Don
  • Melanie McInenly as Tricia
  • Julia McLellan as Val
  • Nicholas Nesbitt as Bobby
  • Matt Nethersole as Richie
  • Cory O'Brien as Roy
  • Jennifer Rider-Shaw as Maggie
  • Conor Scully as Paul
  • Genny Sermonia as Connie
  • Jason Sermonia
  • Cynthia Smithers as Diana
  • Kimberly-Ann Truong

Romance goes undercover in a forest where lovers and exiles take refuge from a repressive regime. A glorious comedy of gender-bending confusion!

AS YOU LIKE IT by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE directed by JILLIAN KEILEY

PREVIEWS BEGIN MAY 16 | OPENS JUNE 3 | CLOSES OCTOBER 22

production support: M. FAINER AND THE HARKINS/MANNING FAMILIES IN MEMORY OF JAMES & SUSAN HARKINS

  • Petrina Bromley as Rosalind
  • Cyrus Lane as Orlando
  • Seana McKenna as Jaques
  • John Kirkpatrick as Oliver
  • Scott Wentworth as Duke Frederick
  • Brigit Wilson as Duchess Senior
  • Deidre Gillard-Rowlings as Audrey
  • Robin Hutton as Hymen
  • Jamie Mac as Silvius
  • Jason Sermonia as Dennis
  • Antoine Yared as William

A nation is plunged into turmoil by the overthrow of King Richard II. Distilled from Shakespeare's history plays, this deeply human drama raises a fundamental question: what gives a monarch the right to rule?

BREATH OF KINGS REBELLION: RICHARD II AND HENRY IV PART 1 by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE conceived and adapted by GRAHAM ABBEY directed by MITCHELL CUSHMAN and WEYNI MENGESHA
World Première: A Stratford Festival Commission 

PREVIEWS BEGIN MAY 30 | OPENS JUNE 22 | CLOSES SEPTEMBER 24

production support: THE BRIAN LINEHAN CHARITABLE FOUNDATION AND MARTIE & BOB SACHS

  • Graham Abbey as Bolingbroke/Henry IV
  • Araya Mengesha as Prince Hal/Henry V
  • Tom Rooney as Richard II and Chorus
  • Geraint Wyn Davies as Falstaff and Fluellen
  • Kate Hennig as Mistress Quickly and Gower
  • Nigel Shawn Williams as Northumberland and Exeter
  • Randy Hughson as the Duke of York and Pistol
  • Gordon S. Miller as Mortimer and Nym
  • Anusree Roy as the Duchess of York and Alice
  • Stephen Russell as Gaunt

A new king, Henry IV, is on the throne - but is his reign legitimate? And what is to become of his wayward son and heir? A fast-paced distillation of Shakespeare's great dramas of kingship - and the ordinary lives it holds in its sway. 

BREATH OF KINGS REDEMPTION: HENRY IV PART 2 AND HENRY V by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE conceived and adapted by GRAHAM ABBEY directed by MITCHELL CUSHMAN and WEYNI MENGESHA
World Première: A Stratford Festival Commission 

PREVIEWS BEGIN MAY 31 | OPENS JUNE 22 | CLOSES SEPTEMBER 24

production support: THE BRIAN LINEHAN CHARITABLE FOUNDATION AND MARTIE & BOB SACHS

  • Graham Abbey as Bolingbroke/Henry IV
  • Araya Mengesha as Henry V
  • Tom Rooney as Richard II and Chorus
  • Geraint Wyn Davies as Falstaff and Fluellen
  • Kate Hennig as Mistress Quickly and Gower
  • Nigel Shawn Williams as Northumberland and Exeter
  • Randy Hughson as the Duke of York and Pistol
  • Gordon S. Miller as Mortimer and Nym
  • Anusree Roy as the Duchess of York and Alice
  • Stephen Russell as Gaunt

"Send in the Clowns" is just one of the show-stopping Sondheim songs in this ravishing musical about mismatched lovers trying to balance their passions with their commitments.

A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC music and lyrics by STEPHEN SONDHEIM book by HUGH WHEELER orchestrations by JONATHAN TUNICK suggested by a film by INGMAR BERGMAN originally produced and directed on broadway by HAROLD PRINCE directed by GARY GRIFFIN musical director FRANKLIN BRASZ

PREVIEWS BEGIN MAY 21 | OPENS JUNE 21 | CLOSES OCTOBER 23

production support: CEC & LINDA RORABECK

  • Ben Carlson as Fredrik Egerman
  • Cynthia Dale as Countess Charlotte Malcolm 
  • Yanna McIntosh as Desirée Armfeldt
  • Juan Chioran as Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm
  • Sara Farb as Petra
  • Alexis Gordon as Anne Egerman
  • Matt Alfano as Frid
  • Gabriel Antonacci as Henrik 
  • André Morin as Bertrand 
  • Kimberly Ann-Truong as Fredrika
  • Sean Arbuckle, Barbara Fulton, Ayrin Mackie, Stephen Patterson and Jennifer Rider-Shaw as members of the Quintet

The magical tale of four children who fulfill their destiny in the mythical land of Narnia with the help of the wise lion Aslan. 

THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE by C.S. LEWIS dramatized by ADRIAN MITCHELL directed by TIM CARROLL 

PREVIEWS BEGIN MAY 10 | OPENS JUNE 2 | CLOSES OCTOBER 22

  • Sara Farb as Lucy
  • Ruby Joy as Susan
  • André Morin as Edmund 
  • Gareth Potter as Peter
  • Tom McCamus as Aslan and the Professor
  • Yanna McIntosh as the White Witch
  • Sean Arbuckle as Giant Rumblebuffin
  • Barbara Fulton as Mrs. Beaver
  • Brad Hodder as Maugrim
  • Mike Nadajewski as Mr. Tumnus
  • Steve Ross as Beaver
  • Michael Spencer-Davis as Christmas

Directed by four-time Olivier Award winner Declan Donnellan, the West End hit romantic comedy Shakespeare in Love  will have its North American première in 2016. In this imagined biography, young Will Shakespeare, tormented by writer's block and in desperate need of a new hit, finds inspiration in the guise of passionate noblewoman Viola, who moves him to write the greatest love story of all time.  

SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE based on the screenplay by MARC NORMAN and TOM STOPPARD adapted for the stage by LEE HALL North American Première  

director DECLAN DONNELLAN designer NICK ORMEROD music PADDY CUNNEEN choreography JANE GIBSON lighting NEIL AUSTIN sound PETER MCBOYLE associate director OLI ROSE fight director TERRY KING 

by special arrangement with DISNEY THEATRICAL PRODUCTIONS and SONIA FRIEDMAN PRODUCTIONS 

PREVIEWS BEGIN APRIL 29 | OPENS JUNE 4 | CLOSES OCTOBER 16

production support: MARTIE & BOB SACHS

  • Luke Humphrey as Will Shakespeare
  • Shannon Taylor as Viola de Lesseps
  • Tom McCamus as Fennyman
  • Stephen Ouimette as Henslowe
  • Karen Robinson as the Nurse
  • Saamer Usmani as Kit Marlowe
  • Thomas Mitchell Barnet as Sam
  • Brad Hodder as Ned Alleyne
  • Ruby Joy as Kate
  • Mike Nadajewski as the Boatman
  • Sarah Orenstein as Queen Elizabeth
  • Gareth Potter as Ralph
  • Andrew Robinson as Wabash
  • Steve Ross as Burbage
  • Tal Shulman as John Webster
  • Colin Simmons as Lady Capulet
  • Michael Spencer-Davis as Tilney
  • Rylan Wilkie as Wessex

A fresh take on the outrageous comedy of an egotist obsessed with his supposed maladies who falls prey to every quack doctor in Paris. 

THE HYPOCHONDRIAC by MOLIÉRE in a new version by RICHARD BEAN from a literal translation by CHRIS CAMPBELL directed by ANTONI CIMOLINO

PREVIEWS BEGIN AUGUST 2 | OPENS AUGUST 18 | CLOSES OCTOBER 14

production support: SYLVIA D. CHROMINSKA, DR. DENNIS & DOROTHEA HACKER, DR. DESTA LEAVINE, DRS. M.L. MYERS & THE LATE W.P. HAYMAN, AND DR. ROBERT & ROBERTA SOKOL

  • Stephen Ouimette as Argan
  • Brigit Wilson as Toinette
  • Ben Carlson as Beralde
  • Ian Lake as Thomas
  • Shannon Taylor as Angelique

Based on a true story, this modern classic paints a gripping portrait of a family living in denial - until the emergence of a dark secret unravels their American dream. 

ALL MY SONS by ARTHUR MILLER directed by MARTHA HENRY

PREVIEWS BEGIN MAY 9 | OPENS JUNE 1 | CLOSES SEPTEMBER 25

production support: LARRY ENKIN & FAMILY IN MEMORY OF SHARON ENKIN, DR. DESTA LEAVINE IN MEMORY OF PAULINE LEAVINE, ESTHER & SAM SARICK IN HONOUR OF MARTHA HENRY, AND BY JACK WHITESIDE

  • Joseph Ziegler as Joe Keller
  • Lucy Peacock as Kate Keller
  • Sarah Afful as Ann Deever
  • Rodrigo Beilfuss as Frank Lubey
  • Lanise Antoine Shelley as Sue Bayliss
  • E.B. Smith as Jim Bayliss

As a disgraced banker refuses to accept responsibility for his greed, his family tears itself apart in a psychological drama as darkly comic as it is tragic. 

JOHN GABRIEL BORKMAN by HENRIK IBSEN translated from the Norwegian by PAUL WALSH directed by CAREY PERLOFF  World Première Translation: A Stratford Festival Commission 

PREVIEWS BEGIN AUGUST 2 | OPENS AUGUST 19 | CLOSES SEPTEMBER 23

production support: NONA MACDONALD HEASLIP AND ALICE & TIM THORNTON

  • Scott Wentworth as John Gabriel Borkman
  • Seana McKenna as Ella Rentheim
  • Lucy Peacock as Gunhild Borkman
  • Antoine Yared as Erhart Borkman
  • Sarah Afful as Mrs. Fanny Wilton
  • Joseph Ziegler as Vilhelm Foldal

An innovative staging of the legendary tale of Aeneas, the Trojan hero whose epic adventures after escaping his ruined city lead him to become the founder of Rome. 

THE AENEID by OLIVIER KEMEID translated by MAUREEN LABONTÉ directed by KEIRA LOUGHRAN World Première Translation: A Stratford Festival Commission 

PREVIEWS BEGIN AUGUST 2 | OPENS AUGUST 19 | CLOSES SEPTEMBER 25

  • Gareth Potter as Aeneas
  • Monice Peter as Creusa
  • Lanise Antoine Shelley as Elissa
  • Michael Spencer-Davis as Anchises
  • Saamer Usmani as Achates
  • Bahareh Yaraghi as Lavinia Pyrgo
  • Mike Nadajewski as Robert
  • Andrew Robinson as Coroebus
  • Karen Robinson as Allecto
  • E.B. Smith as the Clan Leader

The world première of an evocative examination of desire by one of Canada's most acclaimed young playwrights.  

BUNNY by HANNAH MOSCOVITCH directed by VANESSA PORTEOUS World Première: A Stratford Festival Commission 

PREVIEWS BEGIN JULY 29 | OPENS AUGUST 18 | CLOSES SEPTEMBER 24

  • Maev Beaty as Sorrel
  • Cyrus Lane as Ethan
  • Krystin Pellerin as Maggie

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