Tomboy Survival Guide

at the West End Cultural Centre ( 586 Ellice Avenue)

Tomboy Survival Guide is the music and story-driven collaboration of award-winning writer and storyteller Ivan Coyote, the hummingbird high-energied drummer and percussionist Sal Zori, the mellifluous baselines of Pebbles Willekes, and the subtle and graceful tinkerings of trumpet player Alison Gorman.

Tomboy Survival Guide

at the West End Cultural Centre ( 586 Ellice Avenue)

Tomboy Survival Guide is the music and story-driven collaboration of award-winning writer and storyteller Ivan Coyote, the hummingbird high-energied drummer and percussionist Sal Zori, the mellifluous baselines of Pebbles Willekes, and the subtle and graceful tinkerings of trumpet player Alison Gorman.

New Beginnings

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

Workshop Presentation – by donation

September 20th @7pm and September 23rd @4pm

Get a sneak peek of Sarasvàti Productions’ next community-based project as professional artists team up with new arrivals to Canada in an exchange of stories, music and dance.

New Beginnings

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

Workshop Presentation – by donation

September 20th @7pm and September 23rd @4pm

Get a sneak peek of Sarasvàti Productions’ next community-based project as professional artists team up with new arrivals to Canada in an exchange of stories, music and dance.

Grounded Heroes

Tuesday, September 19 at 7pm
Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

A reading for audiences age 6 and up
Four young Canadian women from different eras have to work their way out of a time-bending predicament.

Pay What You Can 

Grounded Heroes

Tuesday, September 19 at 7pm
Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

A reading for audiences age 6 and up
Four young Canadian women from different eras have to work their way out of a time-bending predicament.

Pay What You Can 

Bake-Off

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

Feast your eyes on the annual Bake-Off. We challenge selected playwrights with a list of ingredients and eight hours to cook up their own fantastic theatrical feasts! The results are an abundance of laughs and entertaining surprises.

Bake-Off

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

Feast your eyes on the annual Bake-Off. We challenge selected playwrights with a list of ingredients and eight hours to cook up their own fantastic theatrical feasts! The results are an abundance of laughs and entertaining surprises.

One Night Stand

Saturday, September 23rd at 7pm
at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

Instant Gratification. Immediate Results.

Sarasvàti Productions’ One Night Stand series gives playwrights the opportunity to share their work, while providing audiences a chance to take part in the writing process. We will celebrate FemFest’s 15th birthday with readings from our most celebrated playwrights!

One Night Stand

Saturday, September 23rd at 7pm
at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

Instant Gratification. Immediate Results.

Sarasvàti Productions’ One Night Stand series gives playwrights the opportunity to share their work, while providing audiences a chance to take part in the writing process. We will celebrate FemFest’s 15th birthday with readings from our most celebrated playwrights!

Two Indians

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

After years apart two cousins meet in a Toronto alley to recreate a ceremony from their childhood, but can they remember how? When the words missing and murdered, truth and reconciliation, occupation and resistance are everywhere, how do two Mohawk women stand their ground?

Two Indians

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

After years apart two cousins meet in a Toronto alley to recreate a ceremony from their childhood, but can they remember how? When the words missing and murdered, truth and reconciliation, occupation and resistance are everywhere, how do two Mohawk women stand their ground?

Watching Glory Die

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

Inspired by the true story of New Brunswick teen Ashley Smith. Deliberately fictionalized, a riveting and deeply compassionate portrait of three women – Glory, incarcerated for minor offences at age 14; Rosellen, the girl’s adoptive mother desperately trying to remain connected to her daughter; Gail, a prison guard, walking the line between her ‘orders’ and her conscience.

Watching Glory Die

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

Inspired by the true story of New Brunswick teen Ashley Smith. Deliberately fictionalized, a riveting and deeply compassionate portrait of three women – Glory, incarcerated for minor offences at age 14; Rosellen, the girl’s adoptive mother desperately trying to remain connected to her daughter; Gail, a prison guard, walking the line between her ‘orders’ and her conscience.

Up Next

Thank You!

Our annual Women’s Comedy Night on November 15th was a huge success. The early show was sold out and…

Up Next

2017-18 Season

On August 4th Sarasvàti Productions held its annual season launch aptly titled Envision… Over 60 members of the community…

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