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Harbourfront Centre is proud to announce World Stage Redux, presenting some of the best national and international contemporary productions that have graced Harbourfront Centre’s stages. Returning to a festival format, World Stage Redux runs from April 4–22. In Canada’s sesquicentennial year, the festival reflects on our collective past as we look to the future. Revisiting works that have as much resonance and power now as when they were first presented, this year’s lineup explores issues of race, gender, politics, technology and memory.
World Stage is Toronto’s window to exceptional contemporary performance, bringing the exemplars of global culture to our city. “This is the year to see—for the first time or a second—the works that have shifted the boundaries of the contemporary; works that have amazed, moved, and stirred us to debate,” notes Chief Programming Officer Iris Nemani.
With the return to a festival format, World Stage affords the opportunity to see multiple shows within a short time frame—three weeks of live, evocative performances. Each Saturday night of the festival at 9:30pm we invite our audiences to join the artists and engage in inspired conversation at Boxcar Social, our new lakeside cafe-bar.
Festival Passes, 4-Ticket Flex Passes and single tickets are on sale now at http://harbourfrontcentre.com/boxoffice.