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Soulpepper Theatre Toronto

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Soulpepper Theatre
55 Mill Street
Building 49
Toronto
ON
M5A3C4
Tel: 416-203-6264

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Soulpepper has become an important part of Toronto's theatre scene. It often presents Canadian interpretations of works by such noted playwrights as Harold Pinter, Thornton Wilder, Samuel Beckett, Tom Stoppard and Anton Chekhov. The current artistic director is Albert Schultz.
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    Soulpepper has consistently good repertoire. For several years we've seen few shows a year, and we were not disappointed once. We especially like the stage-in-the-centre concept, which brings audience so close to the stage.

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    Jan 26, 2014. Going to Young Center for the performing arts for a SOULPEPPER production is becoming one of my favorite things to do in Toronto. The venue is vibrant and cozy. I love the balcony; today I was right in the center on the first row, perfect place to see the play. Today’s play Idiot’s Delight was very entertaining. The setting of the play is in a small hotel in Italy just before the start of the World War II. The play is about the interaction between people during a time of uncertainty. The entire act is a juxtaposition of contrasts...Read More

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    I have gone here at least 5 times in an attempt to support a dying art form which I have a great love for. However not only are the tickets severely overpriced and the space extremely cramped, but the staff and box office are rude un accommodating and draconian when it comes to being even 5 minute a late! They simply won't let you in, no matter what; even if you had an emergency to deal with. Nor will they refund or exchange your ticket for another show even if you made a mistake and try to change right after your purchase. The staff are arrogant...Read More

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    Didn't get to see the play we wanted because the idiot at the box office booked on the wrong day. For a theatre that's been around an long as that one, such an error is unforgivable.

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by Patricia Demestre

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Jan 26, 2014. Going to Young Center for the performing arts for a SOULPEPPER production is becoming one of my favorite things to do in Toronto. The venue is vibrant and cozy. I love the balcony; today I was right in the center on the first row, perfect place to see the play. Today’s play Idiot’s Delight was very entertaining. The setting of the play is in a small hotel in Italy just before the start of the World War II. The play is about the interaction between people during a time of uncertainty. The entire act is a juxtaposition of contrasts starting from the nationality of the characters and their personality. There is intellect and ignorance, treachery and loyalty and of course there is hate and love. I love the post-script from the author, Robert E. Sherwood, “I believe that the world is populated largely be decent people, and decent people don’t want war. Nor do they make war. They fight and die, to be sure but that is because they have been deluded by their exploiters, who are members of the indecent minority”.

by Vladimir Druts

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I have gone here at least 5 times in an attempt to support a dying art form which I have a great love for. However not only are the tickets severely overpriced and the space extremely cramped, but the staff and box office are rude un accommodating and draconian when it comes to being even 5 minute a late! They simply won't let you in, no matter what; even if you had an emergency to deal with. Nor will they refund or exchange your ticket for another show even if you made a mistake and try to change right after your purchase. The staff are arrogant and rude, having the nerve to say "if it's that important to you then call the box office" unreal!

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