January 3, 2017

February 12, 2017

$15 & up

30 Bridgman Avenue, Toronto



Events Description

by Arun Lakra
directed by Andrea Donaldson

Do you believe in luck? A man successfully bets double or nothing on the Super Bowl coin toss for twenty years in a row. A professor races the clock on a ground-breaking discovery to cure the disease that is causing her own progressive blindness. Two fascinating stories intertwine like DNA, examining the interplay between science and faith, probability and luck. An ophthalmologist by day, Arun Lakra is also a playwright, screenwriter and songwriter. Sequence – his first and only play to date – received the 2013 Betty Mitchell Award for Outstanding New Play when it was debuted by the theatre company Downstage and a Calgary Theatre Critics’ Award for Best New Script.

“Lakra’s writing style is a little bit Aaron (West Wing) Sorkin (if he was a science geek instead of politics geek), a little bit David Mamet (if he was a little less macho and more funny) and a whole lot of Tom Stoppard (if Tom Stoppard was a Calgarian, instead of British) all of it coming at you like a cavalcade of playwriting’s greatest hits over the past three decades.” ¬ – Calgary Herald


Tickets : Single tickets for the 2016-17 season will go on sale in the spring, 2016

Regular Tickets range from $28-$60 with discounts for seniors, students, groups and artsworkers.
Rush Tickets:

For every performance excluding opening night, specially priced $15 Rush Tickets will be sold (subject to availability) in person at the Box Office two hours before show time.

How to get tickets?

Buy Online

Phone: 416.531.1827
In person at the Tarragon Theatre Box Office


Date & Time:
January 3 – February 12, 2017 (Opens January 11, 2017)

Tuesday-Saturday at 8:00 PM; Sunday at 2:30 PM; select Saturdays  at 2:30PM

Venue : Tarragon Theatre’s Mainspace, 30 Bridgman Avenue, Toronto

The Tarragon Theatre is located at the intersection of Howland Avenue and Bridgman Avenue, which is one block north of Dupont Street and two blocks east of Bathurst Street.

Trip Planning

Paid Parking – Ample parking is available in the evenings across from the theatre on Bridgman Avenue.
Public transit accessible: TTC / Triplinx – GTA

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