Dennis Kelley's DebrisArthur Miller's THE CRUCIBLETom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and GuildensternSamuel Beckett's PLAYEuripides' The Trojan WomenEuripides' MEDEAPeter Weiss' Marat/SadeDaniel MacIvor's MONSTER

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Passionfool Theatre’s version of The Crucible is a masterful production that is, from the opening scene to the dramatic end, pitch-perfect in its intensity. There is an honesty and integrity about this play and this production that is, simply put, magical. It is theatre at its best.                                                Beat Magazine, 2012

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The Passionfool Theatre Company is the resident theatre company of The ARTS Project in downtown London, Ontario. Our mandate is to stage engaging, thought provoking work while striving for the highest level of artistic and interpretative excellence.  

Production history since our establishment in the summer of 2007:

  • In the Dark - Eva Blahut
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream - William Shakespeare
  • Les Belles Soeurs - Michel Tremblay
  • Never Swim Alone - Daniel MacIvor
  • Play - Samuel Beckett
  • One for the Road - Harold Pinter
  • 7 Stories - Morris Panych
  • The Tempest - William Shakespeare
  • Meadea - Euripides, trans. Robinson Jeffers
  • Monster - Daniel MacIvor
  • Betrayal - Harold Pinter
  • The Real Inspector Hound - Tom Stoppard
  • The Marat/Sade - Peter Weiss
  • The Maids - Jean Genet
  • Terrorism - The Presnyokov Brothers
  • Earshot - Morris Panych
  • Animal Farm - Peter Hall
  • Attempts on her Life - Marin Crimp
  • House - Daniel MacIvor
  • Three in the Back, Two in the Head - Jason Sherman
  • Debris - Dennis Kelly
  • The Crucible - Arthur Miller
  • Happy Days - Samuel Beckett
  • Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead - Tom Stoppard
  • Here Lies Henry - Daniel MacIvor
  • The Trojan Women - Euripides, Gwendolyn MacEwen 

Contact The ARTS Project Box Office: 519.642.2767

Email Artistic Directors: Eva Blahut and Justin Quesnelle

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