March 16 – April 14, 2013

★★★★ (out of 4) “one of those unexpectedly unique evenings of theatre that we all hope for… a puzzle as artful as anything MacIvor has ever written” -Toronto Star (Read Article)
★★★★★ (out of 5) “thoughtful, exquisite… one of the more impressive casts assembled on a Toronto stage in some time” -Toronto Sun (Read Article)
“a very mysterious, sexy, aesthetically impeccable show” -CBC
“utterly compelling… an aesthetically rich and satisfyingly disquieting story about the unwavering, ubiquitous human desire to be with the wrong person.” -Charlebois Post (Read Article)

One of our country’s most distinct and celebrated writers pens a darkly poetic love letter to love itself. From the underground nightclubs of Tokyo to the hallowed stages of Noh Theatre, a visiting Canadian author is pulled into a world of obsession, sex, and longing. The award-winning creative team behind Blasted and The Maids brings to life this thoughtful meditation on the many meanings of love and our place in it. Buddies in Bad Times Theatre presents the World Premiere of

Arigato, Tokyo

by Daniel MacIvor directed by Brendan Healy starring Michael DufaysCara GeeTyson James and David Storch set & costumes Julie Fox lighting Kim Purtell sound & music Richard Feren choreography Hiroshi Miyamoto dramaturgy Iris Turcott

Show Times

Tues – Sat 8pm, Sun 2:30pm


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House Programme

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