Soulpepper will take audiences ‘Around the World in 80 Plays,’ letting theatre lovers experience new lands and cultures without ever leaving their bubbles


Featuring plays and related content from countries like Nigeria and Argentina — and from the Cree, Saulteaux and Métis nations in Canada — Soulpepper hopes to broaden artistic horizons. ‘The truth is we don’t have a collective European ancestry in this city; we have a collective ancestry that is global,’ says artistic director Weyni Mengesha.
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