STO Union

Live and Digital Art, Performance and Creations

Live and digital, new theatre and multi-disciplinary creations, STO Union has been producing genre bending theatre and multi-disciplinary art created by award-winning artists for thirty years.

Our 2021–22 season includes community collaborations where YOU help us make our new show AND support great causes along the way. Find out about our projects HAPPENING NOW here.

Do you want to see some STO Union projects now? Visit The Collections at your leisure here.

Do you want to present STO Union projects or workshops in your communities and venues? Find out more about what we do, our directors, partners and supporters, here.

Happening Now at STO Union

STO Union’s new season is a call for creative actions that will help us to reconnect with ourselves and each other in good ways.

RIVER

RIVER

A year-long, community-wide colouring and writing experiment.
In honour of the Gatineau River throughout the seasons.
Launches November 10, 2021

Origami star shape

STAR

A community art project and fundraiser for the Wakefield Community Emergency Fund at Kaffé 1870 • 715 Riverside Drive, Wakefield Quebec.
December 2021

George sitting at a table

WAKE

• Two videos for George Acheson
• Epilogue (George is Dead)
and 7 Important Things (Tour Mash-Up)
• Available for viewing during National
Addictions Awareness Week
Nov. 22–28, 2021

Creativity is belonging. Everything and everyone belongs.

STO Union’s productions will make you think and feel about your world in new ways. We envision public experiences that are powerful, transformational and meaningful. To do that, we re-imagine what the theatre, and the many art forms it employs, can be.

The 2021-22 season gathers communities together in new ways, inspiring large-scale calls to creative action. To feel belonging again, after such a challenging time in our history, our season dives into the arts and explores it as a tool: from sharing the joy of giving in STAR, honouring nature in RIVER, to grieving together in WAKE, check out our new season here, and be a part of it. You are needed. You belong.

You are also invited to visit the STO Union Collections: a gallery of videos, visual art, texts and more from many of our award-winning multi-disciplinary projects. Come back often, as projects are offered on view for limited times only, and new material gets added regularly.
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Nadia Ross in front of projected image

Photo credit: David Irvine

Collections at STO Union

Explore the Collections

A gallery of videos, visual art, texts and more from many of STO Union’s award-winning multi-disciplinary projects.
Come back often, as projects are offered on view for limited times only, and new material gets added regularly.
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STO Union recognizes that its head office in Farrellton, Quebec is located on the unceded and unsurrendered territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabe Nation whose presence here dates back to time immemorial.