Outside the March creates unforgettable immersive encounters—redefining the experience of theatre for a new generation of audiences.   

We are dedicated to pioneering work that is:

IMMERSIVE: intimate and immediate theatrical encounters that endure
SITE-ENGAGING: transforming found spaces into playgrounds of performance
NEW: urgent stories that grapple with our here and now
WIDE-REACHING: inviting and exciting audiences who don’t normally find themselves at the theatre
COMMUNAL: forging resonant collaborations between artists of all levels of experience

Since forming in 2009, we have become one of Canada’s leading immersive theatre companies, inviting our audiences to play with us in kindergarten classrooms, parade with Queen Elizabeth along the Danforth, tinker in garages, congregate in churches, venture out on a 911 paramedic call, weather the apocalypse in an abandoned adult movie theatre, infuse an old funeral home with love, and join us up onstage at the Royal Alexandra Theatre.

Outside the March was founded by Co-Artistic Directors, Mitchell Cushman and Simon Bloom, and core artists, Amy Keating, Sebastien Heins, Katherine Cullen and Ishai Buchbinder. Katherine Devlin Rosenfeld joined the company in 2013 as the company’s first Managing Producer.