• Berkeley Street Theatre (26 Berkeley Street)
  • 2 p.m.

Zack and Abby are the couple that others envy—the ones who seem to have it all. But secrets hide behind the beautiful home, the loving marriage, and the promising careers. Company Theatre’s Belleville—produced in association with Canadian Stage—explores the darkness that’s revealed in this seemingly perfect relationship after Abby finds her husband at home one day when he’s supposed to be at work.

Details: Belleville

Brains, Words & Voices

  • Coffin Factory (109 Niagara Street)
  • 6:30 p.m.

If you love poetry, can memorize entire pieces of writing, or are the kind of person who will do anything for money, Brains, Words & Voices will be right up your alley. This monthly gathering celebrates the written word through a selection of classic pre-1975 poems, recited from memory. Everyone is welcome to apply for a spot in this competition, which awards $100 cash to the best performer of the night.

Details: Brains, Words & Voices

The Highest Tides in The World

  • Ryerson Theatre (44 Gerrard Street East)
  • 7 p.m.

To showcase its graduating class’s musical talents, Ryerson Theatre School has programmed two nights of a musical revue of songs by composer Allen Cole. The Highest Tides in the World will feature music and text by Cole, plus additional text by Canadian theatre creators like Melody Johnson and Rick Roberts, with songs and movement performed, of course, by Ryerson students.

Details: The Highest Tides in The World


A Journey Into the Forbidden City

  • Royal Ontario Museum (100 Queens Park)
  • All day
Details: A Journey Into the Forbidden City