The Great Canadian Theatre Company celebrates its 40th season in 2014-2015 and they've unveiled a special lineup to mark the occasion.
Artistic Director Eric Coates says the first play of the season is expected to be a hit.
"We're kicking off the season with a really, really interesting and very challenging piece that's adapted from Ian Brown's memoir, The Boy in the Moon," he told CFRA. "This is a memoir about raising his disabled son, which as a book, it took off and it topped the New York Times bestseller list for a while, so I'm very, very excited about this project."
Other plays on the bill include The Public Servant, Fish Eyes and Boys with Cars.
For more information on the plays, click here.