Celebrating 15 years

  • Patrick Galligan in our October 2016 reading of THE CHRISTIANS. Photo by Gabriel Estrin.
  • Patrick Galligan, Michael Healey, and Marcel Stewart in our October 2016 reading of THE CHRISTIANS. Photo by Gabriel Estrin.
  • Audience talkback following our October 2016 reading of THE CHRISTIANS. From left to right: director Mark McGrinder, cast members Nancy Palk, Patrick Galligan, Jessica Greenberg, Marcel Stewart, Artistic Director Joel Greenberg, and cast member Michael Healey. Photo by Gabriel Estrin.
  • Studio 180 READS, October 2016: Jessica Greenberg, Marcel Stewart, and Michael Healey

Studio 180 READS

In our 2016/17 season, we launched Studio 180 READS – a program that invites you to attend readings of plays that we are contemplating for production. We look forward to hearing your feedback about the plays that intrigue us, and we welcome the chance to see more of you over the coming season.


SAVE THE DATE

The first 180 READS event of our 2017/18 15th Anniversary season will take place on
Tuesday, October 24, 2017.
More details to be announced shortly!



Past Events

 

OCTOBER 2016

THE CHRISTIANS
BY Lucas Hnath
DIRECTED BY Mark McGrinder
FEATURING Patrick Galligan, Jessica Greenberg, Michael Healey, Nancy Palk & Marcel Stewart

Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, Cabaret Space • 12 Alexander Street, Toronto

Studio 180 READS, October 2016: Nancy Palk, Patrick Galligan, Michael Healey, Jessica Greenberg, and Marcel Stewart
Studio 180 READS The Christians by Lucas Hnath: The cast of the reading takes a bow following our October 2016 reading. From left to right: Nancy Palk, Patrick Galligan, Michael Healey, Jessica Greenberg, and Marcel Stewart. Photo by Gabriel Estrin.


Twenty years ago, Pastor Paul’s church was nothing more than a modest storefront. Now he presides over a congregation of thousands, with classrooms for Sunday School, a coffee shop in the lobby, and a baptismal font as big as a swimming pool. Today should be a day of celebration. But Paul is about to preach a sermon that will shake the foundations of his church’s belief. A big-little play about faith – and the trouble with changing your mind.

Sponsored in Honour of James Wark