Created by Katherine Cullen & Britta Johnson

Hilarious and Heartfelt Musical about Growing-Up with Dyslexia
Hits Airwaves, Porches and Backyards this July

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 Live Audio Broadcast
(July 7th – 16th)

“At Your Place” Stupidhead! Performances
(July 20th – August 1st)
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Gather your household ‘round the wifi router for a limited number of live audio broadcasts.

Or you can book your very own intimate IRL serenade for you and your family and friends to enjoy on a porch or backyard.

Stupidhead! is about the glamour of failure and the celebration of futility. It’s about being a kid with a lot of dyslexia and not being able to fit in—and how being a human is really embarrassing. All of the time. With musical gems like “Dobermans and Nutella”, “Is This Where the Puppet People Get Picked Up” and “What If I Never Find My Way”, we guarantee that you won’t be able to get this hit comedy about dyslexia, failure and friendship out of your (stupid)head.


“…riotously funny, musically charming, and emotionally resonant…
a perfect blend of humour, heart, and soul

– Kingston Theatre Reviews

Originally Produced by Theatre Passe Muraille in 2017

*Photo by Jess Lee. Brain designed by Sherry Walchuk.


We think everyone should have access to meaningful moments of connection, regardless of their financial circumstances. Through the generous support of our community, OtM’s Pay-It-Forward Program allows us to offer a limited number of tickets to anyone who needs one, for free, no questions asked.

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  • July 7th - 16th (Live Audio Broadcast)
    July 21st - Aug 1st (Porch/Backyard Performances)


Art that encourages understanding and empathy… Don’t miss this show.

NOW Magazine
Outside The March
NOW Magazine

riotously funny, musically charming, and emotionally resonant… a perfect blend of humour, heart, and soul.

Kingston Theatre Reviews
Outside The March
Kingston Theatre Reviews

lovable, sincere… the audacious overcoming of shame and limitations.

The Globe and Mail
Outside The March
The Globe and Mail

Who knew that a sequence involving a toy rabbit and koala bear would make you tear up?

NOW Magazine
Outside The March
NOW Magazine
Outside The March

Cast & Creative Team


Katherine Cullen – Co-Creator / Performer
Britta Johnson – Co-Creator / Performer
Aaron Willis – Director
Anahita Dehbonehie – Production Design
Jennifer Lennon – Production Design Consultant and Original Lighting Design
Meghan Speakman – Stage Manager
Nick Blais – Production Manager
Colin Doyle – Producer
Adam Sakiyama – Audio Engineer