Theatre Passe Muraille is mandated to develop and produce innovative and provocative Canadian Theatre, and to nurture new and established artists and companies.
Artistic Vision Statement
Theatre Passe Muraille is home to a repertoire of work that is inclusive, eclectic and representative of our city. We are an active part of our community.
As an institution we are committed to listening- to our staff, the artists, the audience, our collaborators, and the community.
We are creating new collaborative models for the myriad of relationships between independent artist & institutions. We collaborate with other companies in order to achieve our vision and values. We empower artists in the creation and dissemination of their work out into the world.
We are as interested in developing audiences, artists, and companies as we are in developing plays. We champion diversity of practice. We take chances and value risk as highly as success.
Board of Directors
Ravinder Shawe (CHAIR), Diana Belshaw (VICE CHAIR), Rob Shannon (TREASURER), Judith Perry (SECRETARY), Rita Davies, Anshu Grover, David Mills, Bob Nasmith, Jeff Rayman, Jim Roe, Shivani Thakur.
Theatre Passe Muraille is a member of the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres (PACT) and engages professional artists who are members of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association. Theatre Passe Muraille is also a member of the Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts, Theatre Ontario and the Creative Trust. Theatre Passe Muraille is funded by the Canadian Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, the Toronto Arts Council, and by its commercial sponsors and individual benefactors.
Our Twin Theatres
New Zealand’s national Māori theatre company. Taki Rua produces Māori theatre works that tour to diverse audiences throughout Aotearoa (New Zealand) and the world.
Farnham Maltings is a multi-faceted creative organisation that works with artists and communities to encourage the most people to make, see and enjoy the best art possible.
The Blyth Festival
Blyth, Ontario, Canada
The Blyth Festival is a community-based professional theatre that endeavours to enrich the lives of its audience by producing and developing plays that give voice to both the region and the country.