World Stage returns to Harbourfront Centre

March 2017 Harbourfront Centre continues its long tradition of bringing the best of contemporary art and performance to Toronto. Next month, World Stage returns for its 22nd season, with bold and challenging productions from across the globe. This season, the best productions from the last 30 years return to the stage, including Rankefod, KAMP (CAMP) and Mies Julie, as well […]

March 2017

Harbourfront Centre continues its long tradition of bringing the best of contemporary art and performance to Toronto. Next month, World Stage returns for its 22nd season, with bold and challenging productions from across the globe. This season, the best productions from the last 30 years return to the stage, including RankefodKAMP (CAMP) and Mies Julie, as well as a new interpretation of a crowd favourite – LEAR: A Retrospective. Tickets are on sale now!

While you’re on site, enjoy exhibitions at The Power Plant and Artport Gallery. The winter exhibitions examine aspects of work culture through a variety of media, including fashion, lighting, jewellery and photography. Explore five unique exhibitions including Workwear: curated by Alessandro Guerriero, which features work by world-renowned designers such as Vivienne Westwood, Issey Miyake and architectural design firm Coop Himmelb(l)au.

Against the backdrop of Canada’s sesquicentennial and it’s own 30th anniversary, The Power Plant presents four winter exhibitions. Featuring Jonathas de Andrade, Latifa Echakhch, Maria Hupfield and Kapwani Kiwanga, these exhibitions invite visitors to consider those who lived on the land before the 1867 Confederation.

For more information, visit harbourfrontcentre.com.