ONE NIGHT ONLY

ONE NIGHT ONLY

When you make something out of nothing and then stage it in front of a live audience with no guarantee it will come out the…

EVIL DEAD: THE MUSICAL

EVIL DEAD: THE MUSICAL

The decade long debate among theatre producers has been devising a strategy to renew audiences. That is to clear out the aging gits and their…

KISS & CRY

KISS & CRY

If one show can prevent the Feburary Blahs, it’s ‘Kiss & Cry.’ Exotic,  sensual, funny and sad this is fingers on film like you’ve never…

WITHIN THE GLASS

WITHIN THE GLASS

Have you ever wanted something so badly that you were left psychologically paralyzed when the reality set it that it wasn’t—and never was—going to happen?…

HEADLINE: THE CHERRY ORCHARD BLOOMS ON BERKELEY

The Chekhov Collective, in association with Theatrus, presents Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard, directed by Dmitry Zhukovsky January 28 – February 14, 2016 at the…

HEADLINE: CANADIAN STAGE THINKS OUTSIDE THE BOX IN FEBRUARY

Canadian Stage continues its 2015-2016 season this February with a series of boundary-stretching dance-theatre performances at the Bluma Appel Theatre including a pair of returning…

12 ANGRY MEN

12 ANGRY MEN

Characters don’t come more boldly inspirational than Juror 8 played by the perpetually clever Stuart Hughes. It’s the kind of figure we all dream of…

BLOOD WEDDING

BLOOD WEDDING

C’mon is there any date on the calendar more important than when a man and woman exchange vows to enter into a holy union? Past…

PETER PAN IN WONDERLAND

If you think for a second that re-writing a classic for kidlet entertainment and adult giggles is easy do think again. Story designer Chris Earle…

TRACES

TRACES

It’s was unlikely that a show debuting in 2006 with a stopover in Toronto the very next year was ever likely to revisit us in…

PARFUMERIE

PARFUMERIE

Expect the unexpected in Parfumerie where mistaken suspicion and twist of fate deliver a festive heart warmer topping everyone’s holiday wish list. And if that’s…

ALLIGATOR PIE

ALLIGATOR PIE

It’s not until an ensembler starts singing an urban inspired ‘I’m Trickin’ half way through Alligator Pie do adults in attendance truly lament the horrific…

A CHRISTMAS CAROL

A CHRISTMAS CAROL

“Love, the only thing in the world more ridiculous than Christmas,” utters a snarky Ebenezer Scrooge (Joseph Ziegler) in the Soulpepper Theatre presentation of A…

KYLE BLAIR’S MEDIUM CLOSE-UP

KYLE BLAIR’S MEDIUM CLOSE-UP

It’s hard to say what the common denominator is that motivates an actor to rise out of bed each morning with the primary objective of…

THE LADY FROM THE SEA

THE LADY FROM THE SEA

It’s long been said that the eyes are the window to a person’s soul. Look deep inside and you might just get lost in the…

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