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3 iconic venues. 7 majestic performance spaces. 500,000 patrons dazzled by world-class events each year. Connecting three of Toronto’s most iconic theatres: Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, and Toronto Centre for the Arts, TO Live presents a full range of performing arts, theatrical and concert events, family programs, and free community events.

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Save 15% on select shows with Bike Share Toronto Member Perks! Redeem your discount in-person at the box office with your Membership Card. Tickets can be purchased for all shows at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts Box Office (27 Front St. E) or the Toronto Centre for the Arts Box Office (5040 Yonge St.)

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What shows are we offering the discount for?


Hot Brown Honey

For the Game Changers, Myth Slayers, Movers, Ground Breakers, Truth Sayers, Shake em up Women, Queens, Queers and Risk Takers!

 

Hot Brown Honey turns up the heat, delivering lashings of sass and a hot pinch of empowerment in the smash-hit that has taken the world by storm. Part hip hop, part pep rally, the Honeys will make you laugh, cry, clap and shake what your mama gave you. This stellar posse of phenomenal women make noise as they defiantly smash stereotypes and remix the system. Fighting the power never tasted so sweet.

 

April 5-7

St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts

Link: http://www.sonycentre.ca/calendar-event-details/?id=463

 

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Batsheva Dance Company

 

Batsheva Dance Company returns to Toronto with a new evening-length work, Venezuela. Created by Artistic Director, Ohad Naharin, the dancers explore the dialogue and conflict between movement and the content it represents.

 

This multi-faceted and compelling work is split into two 40-minute sections with identical movement sequences. Variables such as music, lighting, energy, and performers change from the first section to the next, toying with the way the audience perceives each act. The endless possibilities of a choreographer’s craft are at play, and in turn, Venezuela compels the audience to challenge their own freedom of choice.

 

April 9

Sony Centre for the Performing Arts

Link: http://www.sonycentre.ca/calendar-event-details/?id=425

 

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SPIN

 

Through a series of songs played live on a vintage bicycle, award-winning Toronto theatre artist Evalyn Parry takes her audience on an innovative musical and theatrical journey about women, cycling and liberation.

 

Inspired in part by the incredible true tale of Annie Londonderry – the first woman to ride around the world on a bicycle in 1894 – Parry spins a web of stories which travel deftly from 19th century women’s emancipation to 21st century consumer culture, peeling back layers of history to ultimately reveal a profoundly contemporary and personal heart to her investigation.

 

May 8

St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts

Link: http://www.stlc.com/event/spin/

 

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