Return to the Stage
EXPLORE THE SEASON

LAUNCHING OUR 20 FOR 20 CAMPAIGN

This season marks Studio 180 Theatre’s 20th anniversary. Over the past two decades, we’ve created Canadian productions of bold, provocative plays from the international theatre canon like The Laramie Project, Stuff Happens, The Normal Heart, Clybourne Park and Oslo. We’ve hired hundreds of Canadian artists, developed Canadian stories through our IN DEVELOPMENT program, and delivered hundreds of hours of theatre-based workshops to thousands of high school students across the Greater Toronto Region through our IN CLASS education program.

As we move into our third decade, we need YOUR help.

20 for 20 Campaign

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

Toronto Star

ANNOUNCING JOEL GREENBERG’S RETIREMENT FROM STUDIO 180

Studio 180 Theatre’s long-awaited Toronto premiere of Indecent, by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel, will be the final production to be directed by Joel Greenberg in his tenure as Artistic Director of the company he co-founded 20 years ago. Joel will continue to serve as Artistic Director through to the end of the 2022/23 season, at which point he will retire from this position.

Joel Greenberg
Joel Greenberg welcoming our first in-person audience in over two years at the digital screening for A Public Display of Affection, June 2022.
Indecent

By Paula Vogel
Directed By Joel Greenberg
October 14 – November 6, 2022

MY SISTER’S RAGE

Written and Directed
By Yolanda Bonnell
October 11 – November 6, 2022

The Chinese Lady

By Lloyd Suh
Directed by Marjorie Chan
May 2 – 21, 2023

After two years of digital theatre programming, Studio 180 Theatre is finally returning to live, in-person performances in Fall 2022.

And we need YOUR help to make it happen!

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: Oslo.