The Ashkenaz Festival, the title and plot of Theatre PANIK’s latest production reminds us of Tim Burton’s 2005 film, which was based on the same shtetl folklore. In this play, a young groom on the way to his bride’s village accidentally weds himself to a corpse bride; hilarity ensues."> The Ashkenaz Festival, the title and plot of Theatre PANIK’s latest production reminds us of Tim Burton’s 2005 film, which was based on the same shtetl folklore. In this play, a young groom on the way to his bride’s village accidentally weds himself to a corpse bride; hilarity ensues." />

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The Corpse Bride

Part of The Ashkenaz Festival, the title and plot of Theatre PANIK’s latest production reminds us of Tim Burton’s 2005 film, which was based on the same shtetl folklore. In this play, a young groom on the way to his bride’s village accidentally weds himself to a corpse bride; hilarity ensues.
Enwave Theatre, 231 Queens Quay W., 416-973-4000. August 30 - September 2.


The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)

All 37 of William Shakespeare’s plays in 97 minutes? Shakespeare once said brevity is the soul of wit, and it looks like The Classical Theatre Project really takes that to heart in this hilarious interactive comedy.
Casa Loma, 1 Austin Terrace, 416-915-6750. August 29, 30, 31, September 5, 14 and 21.


In a Dark Dark House

It may not be the most uplifting play, but in true Neil LaBute fashion, a darkly comic lens is fastened to a story about two brothers dealing with their past sexual and emotional abuse.
Unit 102 Theatre, 376 Dufferin St. Now - September 1. 416-532-4422.


The Odds and Ends Festival

Celebrate our young under-30 playwrights and their short plays. Writers include Mariana Gurgis, Natalie Kaye, Brendan Bowles and others.
Tarragon Theatre, Extra Space, 30 Bridgman Ave, 416-531-1827. August 30 - September 2.


We’ve Totally (Probably) Got This

The Second City unveils its new fall mainstage revue of riotous sketches, songs and improvisations that explores the twisted pleasures and fears behind our relationships.
The Second City, 51 Mercer St., 416-343-0011. Now - December 30.

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