Welcome to Infinithéâtre’s Box Office!

All reservations for Infinithéâtre productions can be made by phone, by email, or online.
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Ticket Pricing: 2021/2022 Season (taxes included)

  • $30 - General Admission
    $25 - Students, Seniors, CAEA, ACTRA, UdA, QDF
    $20 - Groups (7+)
    $15 - School Groups

Give us a call at the Box Office: (514) 987-1774 ext 104
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Box Office hours are Monday-Friday, 10AM-5PM

Season Pass 6Pack

$120 - 6Pack
(3 pairs of tickets for the price of 2)

* Select performances will be pay-what-you-can (TBD)
* Scheduled talkbacks after certain performances (TBD)
* Local Business Spotlight at select Tuesday performances (TBD)
* “A Beer & A Bite” at certain performances ($5 for a beer and a bag of chips)

Omi Mouna

Omi Mouna is the beautifully heartfelt, poignant, and playful semi-autobiographical tale of Mohsen El Gharbi’s voyage from Montréal to Tunisia to meet his paternal great-grandmother and to retrace his family’s turbulent legacy. In its original French version, Omi Mouna toured extensively throughout Québec and New Brunswick. Infinithéâtre is proud to produce the English-language premiere of this compelling tragicomic tale by a highly charismatic performer.

Kin Experience
From November 4th 2021 to November 14th 2021

The Sighlence of Sky

The Sighlence of Sky, a non-verbal mask and mime piece, is a tender ode to the heart-ache and the love that live within family bonds. From creator Anana Rydvald: “The Sighlence of Sky is inspired by my passionate parents, dear step-mother, and myself. But most of all, it’s a piece inspired by my resilient sister, who is the innocent constant in our lives in which we reflect back our humanity again and again.” Rydvald last charmed Infinithéâtre audiences with her solo show, Love, Child.

Kin Experience
From November 25th 2021 to December 5th 2021

Mazel Tov

Isabelle is Jewish... Patrick isn’t. They are getting married. During the ceremony, Patrick’s best friend, Philip, makes a gesture that is perceived to be anti-Semitic. Several guests are angry, as is Isabelle, the bride. Chaos ensues... and things fall apart. The wedding is not the one they dreamt of. The marriage is even worse! Mazel Tov is a dark comedy that crosses the line as it divides and conquers our understanding of loyalty, friendship, and family. Surprising us at every turn, it questions the politically correct times we are living in, and asks us to examine how far is too far.

Venue for this production to be announced.
From March 17th 2022 to April 3rd 2022