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…

THE PLAY’S THE THING

THE PLAY’S THE THING

After a long summer break, theatre is back with a giggly vengeance in the Distillery where director  László Marton relies on the not-so-usual performance suspects…

LIGHT UP THE SKY

LIGHT UP THE SKY

Claire Jullien as Irene (centre) proves that gal can never get enough adoration in the Shaw Festival’s hilarious presentation of Light Up the Sky on…

BLIND DATE

BLIND DATE

The problem with warming up to a total stranger for the sole purpose of relationship prospecting is that reasonable expectations are rarely met due to…

20 Questions With…Billy Lake

20 Questions With…Billy Lake

Getting back to the basics of what it means to be an actor is a prospect that many performers simply cannot resist.  Shaw Festival’s Billy…

SPOON RIVER

SPOON RIVER

What would the dead say about their lives if they had a chance to tell you? The Soulpepper Theatre Company staging of ‘Spoon River’ gives…

HEADLINE:  POETRY GOES MULTIMEDIA AT HARBOURFONT CENTRE THEATRE

EUNOIA, Denise Fujiwara’s inventive adaptation of Christian Bök’s award-winning poem of the same name, returns to Toronto for five performances as part of a national…

HEADLINE:  AVARICIOUS IS NOVEMBERS EYE OPENER RYERSON AVENUE

 Toronto’s acclaimed Theatre Gargantua (TG) opens the world premiere of Avaricious, marking the culmination of the company’s eleventh cycle of work. Written by Michael Spence…

HEADLINE: THE LAST WIFE ASKS IF CHANGE IS POSSIBLE

The Last Wife, a startlingly contemporary play about Katherine Parr, the last wife of Henry VIII, will is now being viewed at Stratford Festival’s Studio…

HEADLINE: LOTS TO LOOK FORWARD TO IN MARJORIE CHAN’S WORLD

Hats off to Cahoots Theatre for an extraordinary year of development with 7 workshops, 2 outreach programs, and a free community festival, the company looks…

HEADLINE: ANTONI CIMOLINO AND CO. SALUTE COLM FEORE

The Stratford Festival will honour the extraordinary career of one of Canada’s greatest actors, Colm Feore. His tremendous contributions to the Festival and to the…

HEADLINE: SHAW FESTIVAL GROUNDED IN MANDATE FOR JACKIE MAXWELL’S FINAL SEASON

Artistic Director Jackie Maxwell and the Shaw Festival are all smiles in announcing its 2016 playbill. Marking the Festival’s 55th season and the end of…

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