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Shakespeare’s LEAR presented at Harbourfront Centre Theatre (231 Queens Quay West) January 9-28, 2018 . Tickets $25-$69.

CLICK TO BUY TICKETS (or call 416.973.4000) For the Student Matinees: Jan 17 & 24, 2018  2pm – $29 (teachers free) (email or call 416-973-4000 x4856)

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Groundling’s fresh, relevant Lear speaks to our rapidly changing world…Chalk it up as another Groundling success. (The Globe and Mail) 

Seana McKenna’s all-out, heart-wrenching performance as Queen Lear is more than enough to recommend Graham Abbey’s production, Karen Fricker writes. (Toronto Star)

Powerhouse Performances Deliver a Riveting LEAR…one of the most powerful theatrical experiences I’ve had in months…
Abbey’s direction and Seana McKenna’s artistry – is masterfully presented…a show you will not want to miss.

McKenna transforms spectacularly into madness before our eyes…What a truly eventful evening of pure performance in theatricality and sound. Get to see this LEAR before it closes. (

When this stunning production ends you are left wanting more.”
this production is vibrant and visceral.”
McKenna’s incomparable portrayal of Lear… has the power to break your heart.
 (Mooney on Theatre)









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Widely considered Shakespeare’s masterpiece, Lear tells the story of an aging monarch’s loosening grip on the reigns of power and the slow, lonely descent into madness that follows. The Dora award winning Groundling Theatre Company follows their celebrated productions of The Winter’s Tale and Measure for Measure with an intimate and provocative Lear at the Harbourfront Centre Theatre. Starring one of Canada’s most celebrated actresses, Seana McKenna, in the title role, this production promises to bring new life to Shakespeare’s classic tale, challenging our assumptions about familial loyalty and the fragile balance of sanity and chaos that exists within us all. For more info visit 


Seana McKenna – Lear  

Colin Mochrie – Lear’s Fool

Jim Mezon – Earl of Gloucester   

Kevin Hanchard – Earl of Kent 

Deborah Hay – Goneril 

Diana Donnelly – Regan   

Mercedes Morris – Cordelia 

Antoine Yared Edgar 

Alex Poch-Goldin Duke of Cornwall 

Alex McCooeye – Edmund   

Karl Ang – Duke of Albany

Augusto Bitter – Oswald 

Ron Kennell – Lear’s Fool, Alternate

George Meanwell – Composer/Musician 

Graham Hargrove – Musician 

Graham Abbey

Music by
George Meanwell

Associate Director
Brad Hodder

Assistant Director
Edmund Stapleton

Set and Costume Design
Peter Hartwell

Lighting Design
Kimberly Purtell

Fight Director
John Stead

Stage Manager
Brian Scott

Production Manager
Ray Salverda

Poster Design
Scott McKowen

Executive Producer
Robert Richardson, Marquis Entertainment

Executive Director
Anna Kajtar

Company Manager & Associate Producer
Rosie Driscoll

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1. A person who stood in the pit of an Elizabethan theatre

2. One that lives or works on or near the ground

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Founded in 2011 by acclaimed stage, TV and film actor Graham Abbey, Groundling Theatre Co. is a new Toronto based theatre company committed to producing imaginative, original and accessible productions of Shakespeare’s plays as well as works inspired by Shakespeare, in an effort to educate and inspire a new generation of audiences and artists.

By taking Shakespeare out of its traditional context Groundling Theatre hopes to re-examine and re-interpret the canon, allowing audiences old and new alike to relate the timeless themes contained in Shakespeare’s plays to their own world and the issues relevant to a contemporary Canadian context.

Groundling celebrated its company launch on Sunday, November 27th, 2011 at the Ignatieff Theatre, followed by a cocktail reception at Massey College, University of Toronto. See more details.