In this Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece by Annie Baker (The Aliens, John), three ushers navigate life making $8.25/hour, as they attend to the last 35mm film projector in town. Hailed by The Guardian as “a love letter to the theatre”, The Flick is a hilarious and heart-rending cry for authenticity in a fast-changing world.
After Outside the March’s explosive, Dora Award-winning production of Jerusalem at Streetcar Crowsnest, Outside the March and Crow’s Theatre join forces to transform the theatre and lobby into The Flick Cinema, for a must-see immersive event.
NNNNNTakes unremarkable people and situations and makes them extraordinary. - Glenn Sumi, NOW MAGAZINE
★★★1/2A highly beguiling immersive production. - MARTIN MORROW, GLOBE AND MAIL
It’s not only my most anticipated show of the fallbut maybe of the past few years in Toronto. - CARLY MAGA, TORONTO STAR
★★★★★ A love letter to the theatre - THE GUARDIAN
One of the best plays of the last 25 years - NEW YORK TIMES
For Outside the March:
For Crow's Theatre:
Crow's Theatre is committed to providing accessible ticket prices.
Pay-What-You-Can (PWYC) tickets
are available for The Flick on Tuesday October 15 @ 7:30PM.
Purchase PWYC tickets in person at the box office up to two hours before the show. If you have accessibility requirements that do not allow you to be in person at the box office two hours before the show, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
and we will hold tickets for you (pending availability). A select number of Artsworker tickets
are made available for each performance. Use the code CROWART for $29 tickets. Valid artsworker ID will be checked at door; including business card, pay stub or other form of employment proof accepted.
A select number of Under-35 tickets are made available for select performances. If you are 35 or under, use the code CROWU35 to access $20 tickets for the following performances: Oct 12 @ 2:00PM, Oct 13 @ 2:00PM, Oct 15 @ 7:30PM, Oct 16 @ 2:00PM, Oct 17 @ 7:30PM, Oct 18 @ 7:30PM. ID will be checked at door.
The Under-35 Ticket Program at Crow's Theatre is made possible by the generous support of Gretchen Ross and Donald Ross, O.C.
- The Flick contains adult language and mature themes; strobe lighting; haze and fog effects; loud noises.
- Please note that this piece engages with themes of mental health. Please feel free to call the box office, or ask us in person, if you would like more information in advance.
- Colin Doyle - Sam
- Amy Keating - Rose
- Durae McFarlane - Avery
- Brendan McMurtry-Howlett - The Dreaming Man / Skylar
- Annie Baker - Playwright
- Mitchell Cushman - Director
- Nick Blais - Set and Lighting Design
- Kate Sandeson - Stage Manager
- Noa Katz - Apprentice Stage Manager
- Nick Bottomley - Projection Design
- Anahita Dehbonehie - Costume and Lobby Design
- Richard Feren - Music Composer and Sound Designer
- Ausar Stewart - Voice and Acting Coach
- Siobhan Richardson - Intimacy Director
- Katherine Cullen - Assistant Director
- Rebecca Ballarin - Assistant Director
- Hans Krause - Assistant Set and Lighting Designer/Associate Projection Designer
- Evgenia Mikhaylova - Assistant Costume and Lobby Designer