Ticketing Policy
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All tickets will be offered as
Pay-What-You-Can-Afford: $5, $20, $50, $75
We’re introducing a new pricing model this spring; YOU choose! We have been working towards addressing access points to ensure everyone feels welcome in our spaces. Accessible pricing means you decide what price you pay for your experience with us at SpringWorks ~ ShortWorks – no questions asked.
All series tickets will be general admission,
priced at $5, $20, $50, and $75, with no other discounts for student/senior/etc.
See you soon!

HST are included in all prices.  

Ticket sales directly benefit artists.
SpringWorks is managed by a NON-PROFIT Charitable Organization
Hermione Presents Registered Charity  #80376 7656 RR0001
All purchases or donations for SpringWorks: indie theatre & arts festivals programming will appear on your credit statement as:  "HermionePresents SWF+."

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Sex: repression/celebration/expression

presents interweaving iterations on the themes of repression and liberation. This transdisciplinary event includes performance art, theatre, dance, poetry and music.
(Mature content advisory)
Devised by Marcus Nance, Colton Curtis, Sadie Berlin and Marion Adler. Choreographed by Colton Curtis. Music arrangements: Marcus Nance, Marion Adler. Directed by Sadie Berlin.


City Hall Auditorium

POSTPONED, until further notice

Friday, April 18, 8:00 p.m.

running time approximately 75 minutes


Love, Tom 

a one-man reading/performance based on a selection of letters written home by a very young Tom Patterson while he served in England for five years as a soldier during
World War II.


Stratford Perth Museum

POSTPONED, until further notice

Saturday, April 18, 2:00 p.m.

Sunday, April 19, 4:00 p.m.

running time 60 -75 minutes


Spring Awakening:
A Sunday Salon of readings from the Company of Women Scribblers

Featuring new work by
Ruth Barrett
Lara Macmillan
Marion Adler
Cheryl Cashman
Rebecca Northan
Heather Davies
Curated by Stacy Smith

Proceeds to P.A.L. (Performing Arts Lodge Stratford)


City Hall Auditorium

POSTPONED, until further notice

Sunday April 19, 2:00 pm

runnning time approxilmaltely 75 minutes


In Bloom:
An Evening of Indigenous Poetry and Story

Please join us as a selection of womxn writers share the teachings, challenges and beauty of the Indigenous-feminine experience.


Image: Beadwork by Adam Garnet Jones

Gallery Stratford 

Saturday, May 9, 8:00 p.m.

running time- approximately 75 minutes



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