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Monday, November 3, 2008

Manic Monday is here

On your mark, get set and become a Passholder on


MON., NOV. 17 and save 50%!


Toronto, ON Factory Theatre proudly present MANIC MONDAY. Factory Theatre will be selling a special Preview Pass with save 50% off the regular priced pass for ONE DAY ONLY on MANIC MONDAY - November 17, 2008.

Enjoy six (6) performances from our 2008-09 Season for only $60 by purchasing a Preview Pass on MANIC MONDAY. Purchasing a Pass is the best and most economical way to see groundbreaking Canadian theatre at Factory Theatre, including three (3) world premieres and three (3) shows from the national scene during Performance Spring. Take advantage of the savings and all the benefits that are offered by becoming a Passholder on MANIC MONDAY!

Mark your calendar, this sale is for one day only and a limited number will be sold!


Six (6) play flexi-pass for loaded with savings and benefits. Use them any way, any time to any preview performances and to all productions of the Performance Spring Festival.

Price: $60 for 6 tickets to our preview performance and all performances during the Performance Spring Festival. *Not valid with any other offer. Offer not valid on previously purchased passes or tickets. Available only on Monday, November 17 from 12:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. Some restrictions may apply. Subject to availability.

On Sale : Monday, November 17, 2008 ONE DAY ONLY WHILE QUANTITIES LAST!

Online: 12:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m.

In person at our box office: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

By phone: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

About 2008-09 Season

Toronto the Good by Andrew Moodie, directed by Philip Akin

World Premiere | January 31 March 1

Chalmers Award Winning playwright Andrew Moodie (Riot, The Real McCoy) investigates the politics of race right in our own backyard.

Missing by Florence Gibson, directed by David Ferry

World Premiere | March 8 April 5

In a small Ontario town, women are disappearing and Detective Carol Seaforth has to crack the case in order to move up in the ranks. Was Evelyn abducted, was she running to escape her unfeeling husband, or did she simply vanish? And if so, why?

The Madness of the Square by Marjorie Chan, directed by Ruth Madoc-Jones

Produced by Cahoots Theatre in association with Factory Theatre

World Premiere | April 16 May 3

The Madness of the Square sheds light on a moment in history that unfolded on television screens around the world on June 4th 1989 in Tiananmen Square , Beijing .

Performance Spring | May 13 24

Fear of Flight by Artistic Fraud of Newfoundland, directed by Jillian Keiley

An Artistic Fraud production presented by Factory Theatre

Toronto Premiere | May 13 24

A music and movement spectacle that tracks fourteen nervous passengers on a bumpy transcontinental flight. Combining monologues, choral text and movement, and an ensemble of singing travelers, Fear of Flight marks a return for Artistic Fraud to the large scale music performances that defined the beginnings of the company.

Plus two (2) other performance to be announced in the New Year. All Manic Monday Season Passholders will get to go to the front of the line and redeem their tickets before the public.

Passholder Benefits

A further 10% off on all additional ticket purchases throughout the season

Invitation to the exclusive Special Tuesday Passholder Evenings with pre-show chats with the playwright, complimentary snacks, and post-show Q&A with the cast

FREE exchanges - Cant make your date? Dont worry, as a Passholder you can exchange your tickets for free!

NEW! Buzz Stub program pass along your used ticket stub purchased with your Pass to a friend and they can purchase a single ticket for $5 off the regular price for the same production

Hot off the press receive advanced information on all our productions and news about Factory

Convenience Calling! Passholders can bypass the Box Office Patron Services Manager for your Pass needs

Front of the Line to buy tickets to Performance Spring performances


In person: 125 Bathurst Street (at Adelaide )

Box Office: 416-504-9971


About Factory Theatre: 39 YEARS AND COUNTING!

Factory Theatres central mission is to create, develop and produce new Canadian theatre with an emphasis on original Canadian plays and the development of Canadian playwrights. Factory has a longstanding commitment to the development of emerging artists, and to giving our own indigenous artists, from all of Canada s diverse communities, a theatrical voice.

The CrossCurrents Festival | May 1 10

A dynamic festival dedicated to playwrights of colour and celebrates the great diversity of the national scene.

Artistic Producer Nina Lee Aquino is excited to announce the playwrights participating in the 2009 CrossCurrents festival. They are:Tara Beagan (Quilchena), Camyar Chai, Guillermo Verdecchia and Marcus Youseff (Ali and Ali, The Deportation Hearings (the Extraordinary Rendition Edition): Part 7 of a Two-Part Trilogy) and Michael Miller (Editing Down to This)

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