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Community News

The TTOK website is getting a refresh!
Enjoy the updates so far and check back for more soon!


Friday Sept. 8 & Saturday Sept. 9 @ 8pm
$25 or pay-what-you-can

Tickets available now!

TWO NIGHTS ONLY! Kate Story’s one-person rampage of a show returns, on its way to Newfoundland to kick off the prestigious Festival of New Dance! If you saw it before, here’s your chance to see it again. If you missed in last November, now is the time! Let’s send Kate off in style.

“A performance in movement and spoken word, Anxiety is not one but a multitude of stories, woven and folded together as intricately as a Celtic knot… Like the clash of Tibetan cymbals, or an opera in a foreign tongue, there is no way to understand it. I give in to heightened drama; I let it wash over me like a storm surge. Anxiety is a rampage… She is the ancient bard, recanting the exploits of heroes, kings and queens. She is the babysitter with a sheet over their head who makes us believe in monsters and ghost stories. She embodies the sailor aboard a keeling ship in a freezing, stormy sea; she is a sexy, slinky chain-smoking dragon, then a swamp monster “descended from bloodstains.” Last but not least, Story draws parallels between white supremacy and the symbols of Viking warriors and Norse myths, the allegiance to elegiac mysteries wrapped in a cloak of macho violence.“ [Trout In Plaid]

New Email for Ticket Inquiries!

TTOK now has a dedicated email address for all ticketing inquiries:

If you encounter any issues while navigating online ticketing platforms, need to request a refund, or have any other ticket-related questions, we kindly request that you direct them to this email. We greatly appreciate our close-knit community of friends, but please refrain from reaching out to the artists directly with your ticketing queries. They are busy preparing for their upcoming shows. Our front-of-house staff is readily available to assist you and possess a more comprehensive understanding of the ticketing process, including information on ticket availability and waitlists.

Masking Policy Update

Our foremost concern at the theater has always been to create a safe and inclusive environment for everyone, including our audiences, staff, and artists. As we transition into the fall season, we acknowledge the heightened risk of respiratory illnesses. Therefore, we’ve decided to modify our masking policy, allowing artists to decide whether they prefer the audience to wear masks or not during their performances. Our stance on audience masking may evolve in the coming months, and we retain the flexibility to make necessary adjustments. When enacted; if you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you free of charge.

Coming soon!

There is a lot of great programming coming up in October straight through to December: the return of The Creepy Doll Museum, new shows from Adam Martignetti, Tobias Bernstein, Kelsey Powell and an exciting murder mystery dance party (?!) from the creative of mind of local DJ Purdon. Stay tuned for more information about those events next month.