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Fiercely Canadian Since 1970

Factory’s mission is to enthral audiences with the imagination of Canadian playwrights and develop the next generation of intercultural theatre artists. Since its founding in 1970, Factory has committed to exclusively produce Canadian plays. Factory has made it an artistic priority to invest in, and showcase Canadian artists who bring their stories to our theatre in Toronto. This has made Factory the home of the Canadian playwright and for over four decades, developing and producing some of the finest theatrical works in our national canon and giving space to some of the most gifted and prolific playwrights in Canada.

"Factory's work is about tackling work with uncomfortable truths; about developing and producing art fuelled and inspired by outrage at social injustice and inequity; and about recognizing and nurturing artists who are proud of their heritage and possess authentic theatrical voices."

Nina Lee Aquino, Artistic Director

"Factory is a tremendous place for new Canadian talent and the development of new plays."

Rick Mercer, Comedian CBC Television

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Factory Theatre is a proud participant in the Not In OUR Space! collaborative pilot project between the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres and Canadian Actor's Equity Association. The project supports our company's mandate regarding zero tolerance of workspace harassment and violence in our theatre.


We are committed to ensuring a professional work environment where all employees and contract workers are treated, with respect to all conditions of employment, without discrimination because of race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed (religion), gender, sexual orientation, age, record of offences, marital status, same-sex partnership status, family status or disability.  Employees and/or artists engaged at Factory are encouraged to report any incidents of harassment and discrimination, which they have observed or which have been reported either to the Managing Director, Jonathan Heppner at jonathan(at)factorytheatre.ca or a confidential email sent directly to the Human Resources Committee of the Board of Directors at factorytheatreHR(at)gmail.com.

Factory Theatre

125 Bathurst Street
Toronto, Ontario M5V 2R2

Admin 416 504 4473
Box Office 416 504 9971

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