Reclaim & Reframe

Join Studio 180 this fall for three 180 READS presentations of critically acclaimed, Canadian premieres, all reflecting themes of memory, generational divides and how we see ourselves, our identities and our history.

“One of the most reliably interesting and challenging theatre companies in town”

Toronto Star
The Niceties Poster

The Niceties
By Eleanor Burgess
180 READS Digital Presentation

September 29 at 7:30


Do you miss theatre? Do you miss talking about plays that explore social and political issues? So do we.

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Our History

We aim to engage people more fully in the world through live theatre, from our acclaimed Canadian premiere of The Laramie Project in 2003 up to today.

In this time of continued physical isolation, Studio 180 Theatre is committed to inspiring, entertaining, and connecting us to each other through theatre in any way we can.

We need YOUR help to support our artistic, education and outreach programming.

Students at Alexander Mackenzie High School participate in an IN CLASS Workshop; photo by Melanie Gordon Photography.
Mortified play reading; photo by Dahlia Katz.
Ordena Stephens-Thompson, Ron Lea and Kelli Fox in Sweat; photo by John Lauener.

Top photo: Bria McLaughlin in the IN DEVELOPMENT reading of Mortified by Amy Rutherford (credit: Dahlia Katz).