Occurs on Thursday November 16 2017

Approximate running time: 1 hour and 10 minutes


The Franco Boni Theatre
1115 Queen Street West
Toronto ON M6J 3P4

Performance Notes

× The Theatre Centre's Board of Directors invites you to a special fundraising evening on Thursday, November 16th featuring the hit production Daughter, co-produced by The Theatre Centre and QuipTake with Pandemic Theatre.

The most talked about show of the 2016 SummerWorks Performance Festival, Daughter is a one-man tour de force by actor/playwright Adam Lazarus. Co-created with Ann-Marie Kerr, Melissa D’Agostino and Jiv Parasram, Daughter moves from humour to horror in its portrayal of a new father caught in a state of deep psychological conflict.

★★★★ "Its themes are more urgent than ever...this is a strong, disturbing play, one you'll need to discuss with friends afterwards.”
- NOW Magazine (Critics' Pick. Best of Fest: Outstanding Production, New Play, Direction and Performance.)

★★★★★ "Adam Lazarus's one-man show provides an enormous psychological impact. Daughter leaves an audience challenged and deeply unnerved from exposure to the ugliness of misogyny."
- Torontoist

"Must-see. Daughter is the scariest show I’ve seen all year, as dangerously engaging (and genuinely funny) as it is brutally visceral.”
- My Entertainment World (Award for Outstanding Solo Performance)

Please join us on Thursday, November 16th for this remarkable show and to support the ongoing mission of The Theatre Centre.

Pre-performance reception with remarks at 7:15pm

8:00–9:15pm Daughter written and performed by Adam Lazarus

Tickets $125 including reception, performance of Daughter, and $85 charitable tax receipt

All donations support The Theatre Centre, recently announced as a finalist for this year's Premier's Awards for Excellence in the Arts and 2017 recipient of 6 Dora Mavor Moore Awards.

"The Theatre Centre has jumped to the front of the city's indie scene since opening the doors at its new Queen West live arts hub and incubator."
- Kelly Nestruck, The Globe and Mail

Good time, great art, worthy cause. What could be better?

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