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June 9-11, 16-18

Studio Theatre



Adapted from Victor Hugo's novel by Michele Smith and Dean Gilmour in collaboration with the company


Michele Smith


Maddie Bautista

Danya Buonastella

Dean Gilmour *

Nina Gilmour *

Benjamin Muir

Daniel Roberts



Barry W Cook



Victoria Wallace



Andre du Toit



Elisa Gilmour


* Appears courtesy of Canadian Actors' Equity

Les Misérables

Workshop Presentation


Theatre Smith-Gilmour is thrilled to announce their first draft of Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables.


Les Misérables is a CALL TO ARMS against corruption. It’s a drama about love and change, celebrating the beauty of THINKING and REFLECTING, the beauty of REVOLUTION and SACRIFICE for a better world.



Fridays/Saturdays 7:30pm

Sundays 2pm



Tickets $15

Friday June 9th Dress Rehearsal $15 in advance or Pay-What-You-Can at the door

Sundays $15 in advance or Pay-What-You-Can at the door

Theatre Smith-Gilmour


Theatre Smith-Gilmour has recently returned from a 7 week tour of AS I LAY DYING where they performed for 4772 people at the Arts Club Theatre in Vancouver and the High Performance Rodeo in Calgary. Since 1980 Theatre Smith-Gilmour has created 44 shows, 18 of which were original plays. They have toured across Canada several times and to festivals in Moscow, China, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, London, Brighton, Edinburgh, Thessaloniki, Serbia, Romania, Moldova, Taiwan, Denmark and Hong Kong.Their work has been nominated for 40 Dora Mavor Moore Awards, as well as for two Chalmers’ Best Canadian Play Awards for The Greenbird and Chekhov’s shorts. For over 35 years they have devoted themselves to telling stories that are unsentimental and 'naïve.' They also use the French understanding of 'naïve' to describe their process and work, 'naïve' in the sense of 'raw.' They strive to make each moment of a production a transposition of life as observed. Good, bad, or ugly: they work to honour the character’s humanity. This is why they believe their particular approach to theatre has been recognized as revolutionary worldwide, because the movement and the gesture grows out of deep emotional work – it is another means to reveal human nature rather than a style or mask that would show off their technical skills as performers. They feel their approach is indispensable, and has kept Theatre Smith-Gilmour unique for over three decades.

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Theatre Smith-Gilmour would like to acknowledge contributions from:

Michael B. Decter Foundation at the Toronto Community Foundation

Christopher Reed Professional Corporation

The Fifth Business Inc.

Montieth & Co. LLC

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