Click play to listen to The Election Audio Flyer!

Common Boots Co-Artistic Director and Accessibility Dramaturg for The Election the play, Alex Bulmer, shares important details about this brand new work by Natasha Greenblatt and Yolanda Bonnell in this audio flyer.

Theatre Passe Muraille presents this Common Boots Theatre production in association with Nightwood Theatre and Theatre Direct.

The Election runs October 9-27 at Theatre Passe Muraille. To book tickets call the Passe Muraille box office at 416-504-7529 or visit


Here is a transcript of the audio flyer:


(sounds of voices creating live vocal score, clip from a scene – “bring bring” of phones)

You are listening to the Common Boots Theatre cast in rehearsal for their exciting new play called The Election. Written by Natasha Greenblatt with Yolanda Bonnell and the company.

(Clip of actors speaking in a scene)

Please come and be part of our audience – we make plays for you.

All performances of The Election include integrated audio description with a live vocal score, and are accessible for blind audiences and those with low vision.

Just as Canadians are about to take another swing at the ballot box, this funny and provocative play explores our political process and how we belong within it, and asks: Do we have a voice and does that voice count?

(Clip of voices making nature sounds – wind, rain)

Theatre Passe Murraille presents this Common Boots production in association with Nightwood Theatre and Theatre Direct.

Theatre Passe Muraille is located at 16 Ryerson Avenue in Toronto near Queen and Bathurst.

The Election previews October 9th, 10th, and 11th, and opens October 12th and runs to October 27th.

In addition to integrated description, touch tours will be offered one hour prior to show time on October 25 and October 26 matinee. Limited pay-what-you-can tickets are available and sighted companion tickets are free.

For more information or to book tickets please contact the Theatre Passe Muraille box office at 416-504-7529 or go to the website

The Toronto Star called The Election one of the top “Must See” shows of the fall season.

(End of audio flyer)