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Soulpepper and the Young Centre for the Performing Arts have been awarded the Safe Travels Stamp from the World Travel and Tourism Council.  This international symbol is designed to allow travellers to recognize companies around the world which have adopted health and hygiene safety measures that ensure patron experiences are safe. 

Every Child Matters

Soulpepper and the Young Centre for the Performing Arts honour the Indigenous children. We commit to the urgent work as an organization to do more learning, to uplift Indigenous voices and to amplify calls for accelerated action on the TRC recommendations.

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SIXTH SOULPEPPER ACADEMY
INTRODUCING THE ACADEMY

These five dynamic artists will explore artistic questions relevant to their practice, innovate together, and make meaningful contributions to the vitality of Soulpepper and to the future of the national theatre ecology.

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COMMISSIONING PROJECT
SIX WOMEN WRITING

This year, Soulpepper Supporting Top Women will help support Six Women Writing, a project providing commissions and workshops to six Canadian women writing brand new plays that will be brought to the stage in the coming years.

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WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT

"Donating is a way to acknowledge the wonderful work you do at Soulpepper. I've seen so many great performances, I wanted to give something back."

Carol S.

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Free 25 & Under

Those 25 years and under can book two free tickets to Soulpepper programming, including all eight Around the World in 80 Plays productions and Bad Hats' Alice in Wonderland

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Soulpepper Perspectives: Liz Der

"I am coming to understand that my way of ‘speaking’ Chinese is in the food I eat with my family, it’s in the smell of incense when we go to sweep graves, and it is absolutely in my joy in feeling at home in this queer, mixed-race body."

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Soulpepper Perspectives: Ahmed Moneka

"I studied acting for nine years. I'm now studying theatre as a creator."

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Soulpepper Perspectives: Samantha Brown

"During this pandemic I had time for reflection and I really asked myself: do I want to keep working in theatre?

The answer became very simple, yes!" 

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One Year On
Shine On – Reflections from our Executive Director, Emma Stenning

"Theatres have ghost lights for a reason. ... The light is holding the space not just for the past, but for the present as well.  And I’m glad that it is."

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Soulpepper Perspectives: Luke Reece

Walking, Thinking, Breathing, Rediscovering.

There’s a lot of work to be done, but when it’s time to take those first steps, I know we’ll be ready.

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Soulpepper Perspectives: Travis Knights

"I miss being asleep.  I miss going about my daily life, blind to the weight of the current moment.  The Black Lives Matter protests have awakened me.  I am awake..." 

Travis Knights reflects on the injustices and racism present in the world and shares a very special performance video

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VITAL STORIES, CONNECTING US ALL

Soulpepper is Canada’s leading artist-driven theatre company. We believe that stories can connect us, that they are vital to our understanding, compassion and knowledge, and that they can motivate us toward social change. We are passionate, understanding, and inclusive, instilling the values of belonging, excellence, and innovation in all we do.

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COVID 19

As per Provincial health guidelines, performing arts companies remain closed. We look forward to welcoming you back as soon as it is safe to do so. Sign up for our newsletter to receive updates.