By Martin Sherman
Directed by Josh Kemp
October 12-21, 2017
Tuesday-Saturday at 7:30 p.m., Sunday matinee at 2:30 p.m.
Martin Sherman’s Bent is the harrowing tale of the persecution of homosexuals in Nazi Germany, and a true examination of the human struggle and realities of navigating forbidden love. This Tony-nominated show was a trailblazer for iconic queer theatre, and among the ten most influential postwar British plays. As such, it has risen to worldwide acclaim for its breathtaking revelation of the seldom-told story of gays and the Holocaust.
“Bent exhibits the enduring power of love, courage and identity”—LA Times
“Powerful and provocative.” -The New York Times
“A newly relevant 1979 drama about gay men during the Holocaust…a moving tragic love story” – Chicago Tribune
Adult: $36 + $3 facility fee = $39
Senior (65+): $32 + $3 facility fee = $35
Student/Artist*/Unwaged: $20 + $3 facility fee = $23
*including Theatre Ontario members