Centaur Presents

Centaur Theatre believes that theatre is for EVERYONE! The eclectic range of entertainment in our Centaur Presents Series—from Brave New Looks and the Wildside Festival to our new Queer Reading Series and the wildly popular storytelling visits from Confabulation, illustrates our commitment to that creed.

We seek out and import fascinating productions, such as this year’s Un Poyo Rojo and Century Song, two international successes by unique artists who bravely explore timely, complex issues with innovation, compassion and humour. Why? Because we want Centaur Theatre to be your inspirational hub for lively, informative, thought-provoking exchanges about the world we share.

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Sunday Cabarets -Seize the Moment

October 27, 2019

Who can say that they became exactly who they dreamt of becoming when they were young? Follow Martin’s musical journey from banlieue of Montréal to Broadway and back again in an intimate bilingual musical cabaret.

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Wildside Festival

January 7 – 18, 2020

The Hottest Two Weeks of Winter! The Wildside Festival is Centaur’s audacious showcase of edgy, experimental theatre catering to the eccentric and adventurous, including the Best of the 2019 Fringe Fest winner and free Offside events.

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Century Song

February 12 – 16, 2020

A Wordless Chronicle of the 20th Century told with movement and music.

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Queer Reading Series

April 2 – 4, 2020

Three nights of staged public readings showcasing emerging Canadian Queer playwrights.

Brave New Looks

What Rough Beast

April 17 – 26, 2020

A controversial professor is invited to speak at a progressive college. Debate grows, the rhetoric flares – and in the wake of the unspeakable, principles fail and families and friendships are put to the ultimate test.

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CONFABULATION: STORIES AS TRUE AS WE CAN TELL THEM

May 10, 2020

Centaur is proud to host two Confabulation events this season. Confabulation is a monthly showcase of unique and true tales, told by the people—doctors, boxers, students, grandmas, anybody, everybody—who lived them.