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November 2022: English Shows

To see presentations in French coming up in November, switch to the French version of the website.

Read on to find out what some of our members are up to this month!

Are you an ASSITEJ Canada member? We would love to share your December events! Submit them here on or before November 1.



CORPUS is delighted to announce an exciting presentation in The Junction BIA! Every Saturday from September 3 to December 24, 2022, from 2 to 4 PM, CORPUS will feature a series of four FREE unique and engaging street performances at multiple locations in the Junction that combine movement and theatrical imagery with surrealist humour.

When: Every Saturday at 2PM until December 24, 2022.

Where: Roaming performances starting at 2990 Dundas St W. - The Junction, Toronto, ON.

Presented by:

CORPUS Dance Projects & The Junction BIA

(437) 772-5308


Touring to Kalamazoo and Brookville

Motus from Longueuil, Quebec, explores the relation between puppets, acting, live music, and shadow theater in this charming production. Originally presented for local students in 2012, EFA is delighted for the long-awaited return of Baobab. In a region of Africa where drought has raged for years, stands a baobab tree. One day, from this baobab, an egg is born and, from this egg, a little boy! The villagers discover that the boy is the only one capable of freeing the water source. Then begins a great quest where only the courage of a child can change the history of the world. In this magical universe, watch African drums transform into animals as puppets, genies and witches come to life!

When: November 8, 9 & 10, 10AM & 12:15 PM

Where: Comstock Auditorium, Kalamazoo, MI, USA

When: November 15 & 16, 10AM & 12:30PM

Where: Krasnoff Theater @ Tilles Center - Brookville, NY, USA

Presented by: (514) 212-6100



HOW WILL THESE VERY DIFFERENT PEOPLE LEARN FROM ONE ANOTHER? Created with input from students in grades 4 – 6, What’s So Funny? is a lighthearted new play about three characters who need to learn how to accept each other’s differences, share space together, and ultimately leave behind a better place for those coming after them. Told through humour and playful clown physicality, this comedic live performance explores themes of friendship, inclusion and acceptance while making you laugh.

When: November 19, 2022

Where: Carousel Players, 366 St Paul Street, St Catharines ON, L2R 3N2

Presented by: (905) 682-8326



Head à Tête is the story of two strangers who overcome the barriers of language and mistrust to find friendship. Set in a barren, cold and windy land that was once a beautiful garden, Head à Tête unfolds with the arrival of a strange cage-like object. When two strangers, one French-speaking and one English-speaking, appear from opposite directions and discover the tree and the sanctuary it provides, a standoff begins. Frustration and conflict grows with each word spoken, but it is through the loss and re-birth of the tree that they find peace in each other’s company.

When: Tuesday November 29th, at 10:00AM and 12:30PM

Where: Richmond Hill Performing Arts Center, Richmond Hill, ON

Presented by: (416) 686-5199

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