TNO season 2021-2022

TNO season 2021-2022


This is it. The time has come.

Time to gently piece together the theatre pieces swept away by a pandemic wind.
Time to craft a brand-new theatre season, full of things we can’t wait to show you.
Time to pack up our little theatre boxes and bring them over to a new home shared with like-minded friends, where we’re looking forward to having you over. Soon.
Time to delve deep within ourselves. To piece together our shaken existence, seeing people on stage learning to own their stories once more.
Time to see each other again. To recognize familiar faces. To discover new ones. To create much-needed reference points. Together.
This is it. The time has come.
To put ourselves back together again.
One piece at a time.
One meet-up at a time.
One theatre date at a time.

Never missing a show.
Or carefully selecting each one.
To each their own pace.
To each their own place.

See you soon,
Marie-Pierre and the TNO team

- This year, in an effort to make our programming as accessible as possible, we are offering something new on the ticketing side, with a "Pay What You Can" approach, where audience members are invited to choose the price of their ticket, according to their means.

- The TNO wishes to ensure the comfort and safety of its spectators for a smooth return to the hall and in compliance with the sanitary measures in force. 

- Please note that the Government of Ontario's vaccination passport policies require all patrons wishing to attend events at indoor venues to present proof of identification and proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 in order to gain access to the venue, with limited exceptions. 

- Although the Ontario government recently announced the lifting of capacity restrictions for facilities where proof of vaccination is required, such as theaters, the TNO has made the decision to only offer 50% of the maximum capacity of La Grande Salle for sale at this time, to ensure the comfort of its patrons. Additional seats may be opened as the health situation evolves.

Pardon my French!
Our French-language theatre productions are accessible to francophiles and anglophones. Most of our adult shows are presented with English SURTITLES TM . Look for the *** symbol.

A discussion in French will take place after the performances which are identified by **.

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