LUNGS
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LUNGS

It’s a known fact that the English like to make bets.  And when Duncan MacMillan unveiled Lungs to North American audiences in 2011, a show…

BUYER & CELLAR
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BUYER & CELLAR

  Underground employment is such a drag. The absence of natural light and compromised air flow can be mind-numbing while consumer profiles are definitely not…

LIFE, DEATH AND THE BLUES
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LIFE, DEATH AND THE BLUES

Let’s face it, we all need a purpose to get us out of bed in the morning.  For some it may be as simple as…

OUR COUNTRY’S GOOD
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OUR COUNTRY’S GOOD

Toronto has waited a long time for a show that shook the foundation of humanity with both humour and emotion.  The visiting production of playwright…

THE BAKELITE MASTERPIECE
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THE BAKELITE MASTERPIECE

Tarragon Theatre proudly presents the world premiere of The Bakelite Masterpiece, written by Tarragon playwright-in-residence Kate Cayley, directed by Tarragon’s Artistic Director Richard Rose and…

THE FOUR HORSEMEN PROJECT
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THE FOUR HORSEMEN PROJECT

To contribute to high culture—for better or worse—is probably the most important thing a collaborating art force can achieve. Experimental poetic trailblazers Rafael Barreto-Rivera, Paul…

THE ART OF BUILDING A BUNKER
April 2014

THE ART OF BUILDING A BUNKER

Flash forward to the year 2114 and the endless debate over the definition of ‘art’ will continue to go on and on and on. Luckily,…

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
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A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

Revelry, mirth and sport are at the very forefront of this 2013 incarnation of Shakespeare’s capering, captivating and often irreverent comedy. Chris Abraham does the…

THE PHILADELPHIA STORY
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THE PHILADELPHIA STORY

The irony surrounding the privileged is that they have it so much easier than the rest of us. But when you look more closely at…

WHEN WE ARE MARRIED
April 2014

WHEN WE ARE MARRIED

When a love-struck bachelor moseys up to the altar and utters the words “I do,” he better mean it. Although things can get a bit…

ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS
April 2014

ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS

Everyone remembers being stuck in the house as a child, either on a rainy day or for something your parents deemed a crime. And while…

THE PHILANDERER
April 2014

THE PHILANDERER

The thing about commitment is that it’s so darn hard to maintain when your heart really isn’t in it. And when you’re a self-absorbed estrogen…

THE BEAUX STRATEGEM
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THE BEAUX STRATEGEM

Playwright George Farquhar’s The Beaux Stratagem has been one of the most celebrated comedies of the British stage for more than two centuries. If Antoni…

JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK
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JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK

Jolly, arduous, sprawling, and grim. These are the emotional targets playwright Sean O’Casey sets his sights on in a brilliant telling of attitudes towards the…

Antony and Cleopatra
April 2014

Antony and Cleopatra

If you’ve witnessed Yanna McIntosh in previous works such as The Syringa Tree, Stuff Happens, and Cloud 9, you always wondered how great she’d look…

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