We Are Not Alone begins busy month of January for Crow’s Theatre in Leslieville

We Are Not Alone, with Damien Atkins, opens its official run on Jan. 11 at Crow's Theatre in Leslieville. There's also a preview night set for Jan. 10.

Crow’s Theatre in Leslieville is holding quite a few events these next few weeks, starting off with the presentation of We Are Not Alone which opens on Friday, Jan. 11.

Acclaimed performer Damien Atkins, seen most recently as Sherlock Holmes in Shaw Festival’s Hound of the Baskervilles, will take audiences on a wild, funny, and touching journey into UFO phenomena with this one-man play.

There’s a preview night on Thursday, Jan. 10 with a reduced price. We Are Not Alone then opens the next night for its run from Jan. 11 to 26.

Tickets for the preview are $28. If you can’t make that show, audiences you can use the promo code WANA51 to save 15 per cent on tickets (which include the cost of a drink of up to $10 for free in the lobby at Bob’s Bar) for any of the performances before Jan. 16.

Crow’s Theatre has also partnered with Canadian Stage, Grounding Theatre Company, and David Versus Goliath Productions to bring the acclaimed Stratford Festival hit Tartuffe to Toronto as part of Canadian Stage’s season at the Bluma Appel Theatre.

Directed by Crow’s Artistic Director, Chris Abraham, Tartuffe features Tom Rooney, star of The Wedding Party.

The acclaimed Stratford hit plays Jan 13 to 27 at the Bluma Appel Theatre, 27 Front St. E.

Also, continuing the busy January, registration for Crow’s Kids Spring Classes are now open. They are offering Where’s the Beat? for kids ages two to five and a caregiver; and Creative Drama Play for kids ages six to nine, and 10-12. The classes run from Jan. 12 through until April 13 for a total of 12 classes.

For more information about any of the events or spring classes please visit Crow’s Theatre at 345 Carlaw Ave., call 647-341-7390, or email them at info@crowstheatre.com

You can also visit their website at www.crowstheatre.com


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