An Outside the March, Convergence Theatre & Sheep No Wool Production
Brought to Toronto’s East End by Crow’s Theatre
Wildly ambitious in theme and scope, Passion Play is a three-part saga that examines a company of amateur actors staging a traditional passion play at three different historical moments: Elizabethan England, Nazi Germany and Reagan-Era America. This triptych explores the collision of religion, politics, and theatre, and how the stories we tell shape who we are as individuals and as a community.
Our production of Passion Play was an unique immersive performance experience in three parts, lasting almost four hours. Part One began at Withrow Park, after which the audience and performers processed together to Eastminster United Church. The project was collaboratively developed over two years by Outside the March, Convergence Theatre and Sheep No Wool.
- June 6th – 30th, 2013
Withrow Park, then Eastminster United Church