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Admin: 416-408-1146

For reservations, see each show's details.
Tickets available for pickup or sale at Artword Theatre one hour before a show.

to Artword Calendar 2005-2006

September 15 to October 9 2005 (Main) The Affairs of Anatol
Glastonbury West presents Arthur Schnitzler's The Affairs of Anatol, directed by Sue Miner, starring John O'Callaghan as Anatol, with a cast of nine. Seven short plays represent seven love affairs of the Viennese playboy Anatol. Tues to Fri at 8 pm, Sat 2:30 and 8 pm, Sunday 2:30. Advance tickets at the TOTix Booth in Dundas Square or book at TOTix online

(Gallery) September 21 to October 22, 2005 Barbara Caruso:
10 Paintings + 10 Drawings: 1989 and 1995-97
Paintings and drawings that explore shape and colour. Gallery hours: Wed-Sat 1-5 pm

(Alternative) Sat October 1 at 7:45 pm, 2005 Penn Kemp and Ardeleana An evening of poetry and improvised music:Trance Dance Form: A Sound Opera by Penn Kemp, with actor Anne Anglin, poet Penn Kemp, musician Brenda Muller & dancer Wave Weir (pictured) Notes from the Underworld by Brenda Muller performed by Ardeleana: singer Ramona Carmelly, pianist Catherine Maguire, flutist Angela Hammar & composer/cellist Brenda Muller. Tickets $12/ $10 at the door only.
October 11-16, 2005 (Alternative)
Frida and Herself Brandy Leary and Anandam Performance Group presents the next phase of a new dance work about Frida Kahlo, with live actors, Bunraku puppets and shadow puppets. Tues to Sun at 8 pm and Sat at 2:30 $15, Sun at 2:30 (pay-what-you-can). For information and reservations, call 416-516-9246.
October 27 to November 13, 2005 (Main)e-DENTITY: on-line, being yourself isn't exactly required Theatre Gargantua's next phase of this new work, written by Michael Spence, conceived by Jacquie P.A. Thomas. Five performers survey a culture of chat rooms, blogs, and internet relationships: integrating text, movement, original music, live-internet webcasting, on-line chat. Wed to Sat at 8 pm. Sundays at 2:30. Tickets $25 - $18.Call 416-260-4660 for this show only, or book online at TOTIx.
November 9 to December 3, 2005 (Alternative)
Market of Tales, a theatrical evening of African-based story, song, dance and music, created by the AfriCan Theatre Ensemble under the direction of Ronald Weihs. The delight of last year's African Soirée now in a full production.Tues to Sat at 8 pm $20, $15 students seniors, Sunday galas (Nov 13, 20, 27) at 4 pm $25. Cal 416-408-1146 or book online at TOTIx

November 18 to December 11, 2005 (Main)
The Amorous Servant
by Carlo Goldoni (1752). Pleiades Theatre presents the English-language world première of this delightful classic Italian comedy, in period costume. Translated and directed by John Van Burek. The Amorous Servant tells the story of Corallina, a beautiful young maid caught in that confusing middle ground between devotion and attraction. Tues-Sat at 8 pm, Sun at 2:30. Reservations TicketKing 416-872-1212
January 26 to February 19, 2006 (Main)
The Gambler, a new play by Ronald Weihs, based on the novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky and the true story behind the novel. Directed by Molly Thom. For the thrill of the game and the love of one woman, Dostoevsky risked everything. Starring: David Ferry, Irene Poole, Karl Pruner, with Brett Christopher, Claire Jenkins & special guest star Jennifer Phipps. Tues-Sat at 8 pm, Sat & Sun at 2 pm. Reservations TicketKing 416-872-1212
The final show at Artword! Artword closes at the end of February to make way for a condo development.

Artword Theatre
75 Portland St. Toronto,
(one block east of Bathurst, south of King)
Admin: 416-408-1146

How to get tickets: Advance reservations as noted for each show
Tickets are available for pickup (or sale at the door) at Artword Theatre one hour before a show (that day’s tickets only).