Theatre Smith-Gilmour on the Main Stage at the National Arts Centre

The Bundren family is once again on the move as Theatre Smith-Gilmour takes its critically acclaimed show TAKE ME BACK TO JEFFERSON to the nation’s capital. “What an honour it is for us to be invited to perform at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa. We want to thank Artistic Director, Jillian Keiley from the […]

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RAVE REVIEWS for Take Me Back To Jefferson

“Take Me Back to Jefferson: A PHYSICAL-THEATRE TOUR DE FORCE” ~ The Globe and Mail (Full Review Here) “A GRIPPING ADAPTATION…Theatre Smith-Gilmour has created another triumph in Take Me Back to Jefferson by staging what many would consider an unstageable novel, successfully bringing out all its complex themes and cruel ironies”. ✭✭✭✭✩ ~ Stage Door […]

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TAKE ME BACK TO JEFFERSON Nov 5 – 23 @ Factory Theatre

In honour of Factory Theatre’s 45th anniversary season and their own 35th year, Theatre Smith-Gilmour is proud to remount their multiple-Dora-nominated, critically acclaimed and personal favourite production, As I Lay Dying, under its new title, TAKE ME BACK TO JEFFERSON. Last year’s hit show returns to the Factory Theatre Mainstage before it journeys to the National Arts Centre Mainstage in March. Tickets available by phone at (416) 504-9971, online at, or in person at the box office.

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GREAT REVIEWS for Death Married My Daughter

Don’t miss your chance to see this “essential viewing” (J. McKinley, Mooney on Theatre). Tickets and show schedule available via   NOW Magazine’s Jon Kaplan chats with Ravi Jain about a very unique producing model The Globe and Mail’s Kate Taylor gets down to business on our mentoring co-op Click here to buy your […]

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‘Death Married My Daughter’ comes to Toronto’s Theatre Centre

We are proud to announce after being selected for Patron’s Pick and Best of Toronto’s Fringe 2013 with an extended run at the Toronto Centre for the Arts, Death Married My Daughter is back for yet another catharsis! Don’t miss this 6 week run in the brand new Theatre Centre April 11th-May 18th 2014 What would […]

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A Reflection on 33 Years…

A reflection on 33 years of Theatre Smith-Gilmour…

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Theatre Creators’ Reserve 2013-14

Theatre Smith-Gilmour is currently accepting submissions for the OAC Theatre Creators’ Reserve Program.

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New As I Lay Dying Promo Video

THEATRE SMITH-GILMOUR | William Faulkner’s AS I LAY DYING “Theatre Smith-Gilmour has created ANOTHER TRIUMPH” 
~ Christopher Hoile, Stage Door
”RIVETING theatre…This is an American tragedy, spiced by just the faintest lashings of black humour, applied with a master’s touch.” ~ John Colbourn, Toronto Sun

 “Vibrant … compelling and gripping …BRILLIANT”
 ~ Lynn Slotkin

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A New Production – Death Married My Daughter

Death Married My Daughter — Official Trailer from Nina Gilmour on Vimeo. A new production by Michele Smith, Dean Gilmour, Nina Gilmour and Danya Buonastella What would happen if Shakespeare’s Ophelia and Desdemona came back from the swamps of death where they have endured the longest exile? Resurrected by their desire to expose the “abusers” […]

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Julian and Dan: on returning to AS I LAY DYING

What was it like to return to the development process of AS I LAY DYING after taking time away after the workshop production? Did it change anything for you? Julian De Zotti: I was excited and also felt a bit dubious because we had created something quite special in the workshop and I wanted to […]

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