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& Juliet



June 22 - August 14, 2022


Princess of Wales Theatre

300 King Street West, Toronto
ON, M5V 1J2

Performance Schedule

Tuesday - Saturday: 8PM
Wednesday: 1:30PM
Saturday & Sun: 2PM

Running Time

2 hours 30 minutes (includes intermission)

Audience Advisory

Use of flashing/strobe lighting /loud noises/confetti cannons and pyrotechnics throughout.

& Juliet Artwork

You will roar with joy at the multi award-winning & Juliet, London’s “dazzlingly brilliant” (Evening Standard) new musical that’s packed with some of the biggest pop anthems of our time.

“A kind of raucous Shakespeare comedy in itself” (The Stage), & Juliet asks: what if Juliet’s famous ending was really just her beginning? What if she decided to choose her own fate? And what if she got over Romeo by running off to Paris with her best friends on a whirlwind journey of self-discovery and second chances? This is Juliet’s story now.

Brought to life by the iconic music of the internationally acclaimed songwriter Max Martin, & Juliet features some of the most successful songs of the last three decades including Hit Me Baby One More Time, I Want It That Way, Teenage Dream and many more. Experience the songs you know and love in thrilling arrangements by the Tony® and Grammy® Award-winning orchestrator Bill Sherman and story by David West Read (Netflix’s Schitt’s Creek) as & Juliet offers a brilliant new take on the world’s greatest love story.

The show explodes into life through a fusion of electrifying styles across a dynamic and diverse creative team led by director Luke Sheppard (In the Heights). He brings together the raw energetic choreography of Jennifer Weber, costume design by the Tony® Award-winning Paloma Young and set design from the acclaimed Soutra Gilmour.

“One of the best new musicals in a while and then some” (WhatsOnStage) and with a soundtrack so good “no other production can compete” (The Sun), & Juliet proves that when it comes to love, there’s always life after Romeo. 

A hilarious and empowering hit-packed show. - The Sun
All-singing, all-dancing glitterball of a show. - Daily Express
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