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Multidisciplinary show about belief and misinformation is full of impressive visuals and rigorous performances, but lacks substance
THE WAGER by Michael Gordon Spence (Theatre Gargantua). At Theatre Passe Muraille Mainspace (16 Ryerson). Runs to November 30. $22-$30..
MINORITIES choreographed by Yang Zhen (Canadian Stage). At Berkeley Street Theatre (26 Berkeley). Runs to October 27. $49-$79. 416-368-3110, canadianstage.com..
Choreographer Yang Zhen's dance spectacle bounces from understated critique to exuberant excess
Inspired by Canada's 2015 federal election, this ensemble show will make you think twice before you slam the door on party canvassers
THE ELECTION by Natasha Greenblatt and Yolanda Bonnell (Theatre Passe Muraille/Common Boots/Nightwood). At TPM Mainspace (16 Ryerson). Runs to October.
Director Weyni Mengesha discusses Homer's Odyssey, police shootings in the States and other reasons why you need to see Suzan-Lori Parks's epic cycle about the Civil War
Thee Oh Sees John Dwyer brings his long-running garage rock project to the Danforth Music Hall. Doors 7 pm. November.
PYAASA by Anusree Roy (Passe Muraille). At Theatre Passe Muraille (16 Ryerson). Runs to March 27. $17-$38. 416-504-7529, artsboxoffice.ca. See.
WITHIN THE GLASS by Anna Chatterton (Tarragon, 30 Bridgman). Runs to February 14. $28-$60, some rush, stu/srs discounts. 416-531-1827. See.
FRANKENSTEINS BOY by Eric Woolfe (Eldritch Theatre). At the Red Sandcastle Theatre (922 Queen East). To November 8. $25. eldritchtheatre.ca..