Expanding the possibilities
of performance

Summer Season
May-Sept 2020


A child stands at the edge of a concrete slab looking across a small body of water towards a Toronto skyline full of many tall buildings A child stands at the edge of a concrete slab looking across a small body of water towards a Toronto skyline full of many tall buildings
SummerWorks Lab

We Were, We Are, We Will Be

co-curated by Daniele Bartolini and Luke Reece

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Public Works

Health & Safety Notes

by Mark Reinhart

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SummerWorks Lab

SummerWorks Lab Residencies

Public Showings August 13-16


A Message to our Community

Announcing plans for a re-imagined summer season running May – September 2020. Keep checking back for monthly announcements about more socially distant events and performances.

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Accessibility

SummerWorks Performance Festival is committed to increasing accessibility for our audiences. If you have access needs or a question about accessibility at SummerWorks contact outreach@summerworks.ca.

Accessibility

Socially Distant Performances

Young people in classroom using tablets with headphones. Photographer: Christinne Muschi

Plan your visit to SummerWorks with information about our protocols for safety and social distancing at live performances, and for common platforms being used by our artists to share their work digitally.

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Tickets and Passes

All SummerWorks events from May – September 2020 are free, but some require advance registration.

Tickets & Passes