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TICKETS AT DOOR !!! The Last Man On Earth (Berkeley Street Theatre $20)

Join us for the remount of The Last Man on Earth, a play in the style of a silent film. The show is presented by award-winning Keystone Theatre at the Berkeley Street Theatre.

Our group will save 20 per cent off the regular ticket price by going to a matinee performance.

SUBWAY CLOSURE ALERT: Please note the Yonge/University subway line will be closed between Bloor/Yonge and St. Andrews stations for construction on Saturday and Sunday April 5 and 6. Shuttle buses will be in operation. MORE INFORMATION.


The Devil and his Minion plot to corrupt the last vestage of Innocence on earth. Underdog Gormless Joe must fight back or loose everything including his one chance at love. Dora Award Winning Keystone Theatre brings The Last Man on Earth home to Toronto for a two week run. Created in the Style of a Silent Film, this original piece played to sold out houses and recieved critical acclaim during it's four city Canadian Fringe Festival Tour in 2012.

Touted as "...achingly beautiful and brilliantly creative." by CBC Manitoba and "art pure and simple" by The Hamilton Spectator, Keystone Theatre gives new life to the classic style of physical comedy pioneered by the likes of Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin. Designed is black, white and shades of grey, The Last Man on Earth pays homage to the Silent Film Style and is performed sans dialogue with only a select few title cards - in both official languages.  The voice of the piece is the original score played live by the "...astonishingly nimble on-stage pianist" (Edmonton Journal), Music Director David Atkinson. The Last Man on Earth is a theatrical experience not to be missed. It is after all "...a wonderfully concieved and fully realized comedy about The Devil, love innocence and pies" (The Calgary Herald). For more information, see Canadian Stage.



Calgary Herald:  4½ stars out of 5 stars

Edmonton Sun:  4.5 suns out of 5 suns

Winnipeg Free Press:  4 stars out of 5 stars


WHEN:  Sunday, April 6, 2014

TIME:  Show begins at 2 p.m. Meet Amy at 1:30 p.m.

WHERE:  Berkeley Street Theatre Upstairs, 26 Berkeley Street, Toronto, Ont.

LENGTH OF SHOW:  1 hour with no intermission

MATINEE TICKETS:  $20 (plus $1.13 service fee)

REGULAR TICKETS:  $25 (plus $1.13 service fee)

MEETUP FEE: $2 cash per attendee (Please pay Amy exact change at the meetup spot)


RSVP on this event page and then call the box office at (416)[masked] or book your ticket online.

Members are responsible for purchasing their own tickets directly from the theatre.

Please post your seat number so other members can see where you will be sitting and can purchase tickets near you.

SEATING ARRANGEMENTS:  Seating is reserved. This means we might not be able to get seats together as a group. However, members will be getting together before and after the show. Try and get a seat near Amy in Left Orchestra B23.



Meet Amy at 1:30 p.m. near the main box office inside the Berkeley Street Theatre. Amy is very short and will be wearing a red Beijing 2008 Olympics cap.  If you're late, see Amy in her seat in Left Orchestra B23.

AFTER SHOW MEETUP SPOT/GATHERING:  Meet Amy near the main box office. If members are interested, the group will go out for refreshment after the show.


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  • Carol

    I thought the show was quite creative. The non-verbal expressions were really good! I thought that minion was more of a mouse though.

    April 6, 2014

  • Danielle H.

    I really enjoyed it! Minion was awesome. The live music was great. Thank you!

    April 6, 2014

  • Amy

    Just like watching a silent movie live. Very amusing little play. Great facial expressions, especially on the Minion (aka bat/mouse) played by Sarah Joy Bennett. Not just for kids--there was an adult moment.

    1 · April 6, 2014

  • Charles Steven T.

    Unique and entertaining but more for really young 4 - 10 year olds .... take the kids they'll have a laugh

    April 6, 2014

  • Amy

    There will be tickets available at the door. Also, please note that there is a subway closure this weekend between Bloor and St Andrew on the Yonge/University line ( Shuttle buses will be utilized, but allow plenty of time to get to the theatre.

    April 5, 2014

  • Danielle H.

    This looks very interesting. I think i am going to attend.

    March 31, 2014

  • Gail D

    Sorry, away this weekend but will see a play in Chicago!

    March 31, 2014

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