Plays for Parents

Julia Lederer in With Love and a Major Organ. Photo by Katherine Barcsay.

Julia Lederer in With Love and a Major Organ. Photo by Katherine Barcsay.

  • Bebo Mia (1 Munro Street)
  • 1:30 p.m.

For the debut edition of Plays for Parents—a midday baby-friendly play-reading series—east-end arts producers O Muse have programmed local playwright Julia Lederer’s With Love and a Major Organ, a Fringe and Next Stage festival comedy hit about giving one’s heart (literally) to the one you love. Given that cast members from the original production, including the playwright, are taking part, this is a rare opportunity to see a version of a play that sold out its run—and while little ones are welcome, they aren’t an admission requirement.

Details: Plays for Parents

History of the Masque

Soprano Patricia O'Callaghan performs at Toronto Masque's salon. Photo by Andrew McNaughtan.

Soprano Patricia O'Callaghan performs at Toronto Masque's salon. Photo by Andrew McNaughtan.

  • 21 Shaftesbury Avenue (21 Shaftesbury Avenue)
  • 7:30 p.m.

Toronto Masque Theatre presents a special salon on the History of the Masque, with a retrospective featuring the company’s artistic director Larry Beckwith; Steven Heighton, the librettist of its upcoming show Europa and the White Bull; and English and Humanities professor Katie Larson of the University of Toronto. The evening will also feature performances by soprano Patricia O’Callaghan and roots musician Ken Whiteley.

Details: History of the Masque

Ongoing…

The Guggenheim Comes to the AGO

20131126-AGO The Great Upheaval- Masterpieces from the Guggenheim Collection-2168- Photo_by_Corbin_Smith
  • Art Gallery of Ontario (317 Dundas Street West)
  • All day
Details: The Guggenheim Comes to the AGO