The Box Office for CRIMES OF THE HEART is OPEN! Call the Box Office for tickets or buy online.


  • We are working with Brown Paper Tickets as our online ticketing provider. Therefore, when you click to purchase tickets online please note you will be brought directly to their site.
  • There is no seat selection online at this time. The Box Office will assign you the best seats available for the performance you have selected.
  • Prior to checkout, you will have the opportunity to indicate whether you have any special requirements that will affect your seating (wheelchair, etc.). The Box Office will receive this information before assigning seats. Should they have additional questions, someone will call you directly.
  • Ticket prices include taxes. Service fee not included.
  • Delivery method for all tickets is “will-call”, which means you can pick up your tickets at the theatre the night of the performance. We recommend you arrive 30 minutes prior to showtime.
  • Seating is dependent on availability.

All tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.


Orchestra 1 (Rows D-O)
Adult: $26
Senior/Student (ID required): $22

Orchestra 2 (Rows P-T)
Adult: $24
Senior/Student (ID required): $20

Balcony seating not available for this show.

*Brown Paper Tickets service fee not included.


  • Online: credit card
  • Calling box office: credit card (Visa and MasterCard), cash
  • Tickets at the door (depends on availability): cash only


  • If you are buying 10+ tickets, we recommend calling the box office to look at dates with more availability to ensure you are sitting together.

Questions? Call the box office at (514) 631-8718.


By Beth Henley

Directed by Ricky Zurif

Lakeshore Players Dorval closes the season with the well-known Crimes of the Heart, made famous by the Oscar-winning 1986 movie starring Diane Keaton, Sissy Spacek and Jessica Lange. This tragicomedy brings together Babe, Meg and Lenny – three sisters who could not be more different. They have taken different paths in life and have all endured their share of misery. Their reunion brings much joy and a few tensions.