Prologue’s Annual Showcase

Spotlight Prologue - Showcase Save the Date June 5, 2019

Join us in celebrating the power of the performing arts in schools at Prologue to the Performing Arts’ Annual Showcase, Spotlight Prologue: Live Arts for Children and Youth.

Each year Prologue celebrates the vital role the performing arts play in inspiring, empowering and sparking the imaginations of children and youth through an accessible showcase open to young people, families, educators and friends. Join us on Wednesday, June 5, 2019  at Young People’s Theatre as we present Prologue artists:

Ballet Creole
Kuné: Canada’s Global Orchestra
Mahlikah Awe:ri
UNITY Charity
Hosted by Prologue spoken word artist Britta B!


All attendees will have the chance to win a Prologue performance through a special draw!  Pre-registration is required – this event is a Pay What You Can admission.

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2019 Showcase Event Supporters & Partners 

2018 Showcase

Below, browse through photos from Spotlight: Live Arts for Children & Youth, our 2018 showcase. Taking place on May 30, 2018 at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, Spotlight was hosted by CBC Kids’ Tony Kim and featured our artists Little Pear Garden Dance Company, Motus O Dance Theatre, Red Sky Performance, and Sitar Fusion. Motus O’s performance featured students from Market Lane PS (TDSB).

2017 Showcase – Prologue’s 50th Anniversary

In 2017, Prologue proudly celebrated our 50th Anniversary with our annual showcase at the Jane Mallett Theatre in Toronto. Performers included Cadence, DuffleBag Theatre, Jack & Cosima Grunsky, Millan & Faye, Shaun Boothe, and Tribal Vision Dance. Special guests included Bram Morrison, Mike Ford, and Eric Nagler. The showcase was hosted by DuffleBag Theatre’s Marcus Lundgren and featured students from Kimberley Jr & Sr PS and Market Lane PS (TDSB).

Video Clips – Past Showcases

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Preview of Tottering Biped Theatre’s Physical Illusions, based in the French storytelling technique of mime, with Trevor’s unique take on physical theatre.

Tribal Vision Dance showcasing First Nations Dance and the impact of their show on dispelling stereotypes and introducing young people to their culture.

A sneak peek into Canada’s Ballet Jorgen’s beautiful work.

Let your imagination on the loose with storyteller Nathalie Vachon!