Ecce Homo Theatre
Artistic Director: Alistair Newton
Ecce Homo Theatre was founded in 2005 by director/playwright Alistair Newton, production designer Matt Jackson and Austrian installation artist Edith Artner when the three were attending the University of Victoria in British Columbia. Now based in Toronto Ontario, Ecce Homo has a mandate to produce stylized theatrical works with strong socio-political content which synthesize text, music, dance, and design; to yield a total theatrical experience. Ecce Homo strives to equally balance politics and entertainment, to challenge audiences visually, intellectually, and emotionally; to produce work on big themes for troubled times.
– Alistair Newton, Artistic Director
Ecce Homo is a member of the Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts and a resident company at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre.
Produced by Ecce Homo Theatre
|Of a Monstrous Child: A Gaga Musical||May 14th, 2013 – May 26th, 2013|
|Terre Haute||August 9th, 2012 – August 18th, 2012|
|Loving the Stranger or How to Recognize an Invert||January 5th, 2012 – January 15th, 2012|
|Loving the Stranger or How to Recognize an Invert||August 6th, 2010 – August 15th, 2010|
|The Pastor Phelps Project: A Fundamentalist Cabaret||December 1st, 2009|
|The Ecstasy of Mother Teresa or: Agnes Bojaxhiu Superstar||August 6th, 2009 – August 16th, 2009|
|Leni Riefenstahl vs the 20th Century||February 18th, 2009 – February 22nd, 2009|
|The Pastor Phelps Project||August 7th, 2008 – August 17th, 2008|
|Alistair Newton||Artistic Director|