EVERY DAY SHE ROSE

EVERY DAY SHE ROSE

When you’ve kicked around the city’s theatre scene long enough, the great works that once inspired you seem to become few and far between.   That…

HERE ARE THE FRAMENTS

HERE ARE THE FRAMENTS

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BETWEEN BREATHS

BETWEEN BREATHS

There are no doubt 1,000 different ways to tell a story and thanks to the creative team at Newfoundland’s Artistic Fraud Theatre, Between Breaths is…

HEADLINE: DAVID HEIN AND IRENE SANKOFF CELEBRATE THE 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF STARDOM

One sure way to realize who fast time can fly is when you reflect on the genesis of it all.   The creators of My Mother’s…

CATS

CATS

The reason why Andrew Lloyd Webber’s magnum opus has far more than nine lives in this age of disposable musical theatre is simple:  A wondrous…

WAGER

WAGER

It’s been surmised that people believe what they want to believe regardless of reasoning, evidence scaling or the reliability of old fashion common sense. Is…

GIRL IN THE MACHINE

GIRL IN THE MACHINE

Alex Clay as Owen (left) and Madryn McCabe as Polly (right) are lovers in a dangerous time. Soon they’ll be learning to go with the…

KNIVES IN HENS

KNIVES IN HENS

Season openers are tricky business. There are just no hard and fast rules for kicking off the year with a rib-tickling comedy, toe tapping musical,…

ALEGRIA – IN A NEW LIGHT

ALEGRIA – IN A NEW LIGHT

There’s no point reminding anyone that the wait for a Cirque du Soleil show to touch down in Toronto feels longer than it takes for…

THE BAND’S VISIT

THE BAND’S VISIT

It could be said that the most priceless brand of storytelling is the one that provides us a deeper perspective as to who we are….

BETRAYAL

BETRAYAL

  BETRAYAL by Harold Pinter YOUNG CENTRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, 50 tank House Lane, Toronto September DATES August 28 – September 25, 2019 TICKETS $38.00…

HEADLINE: LOOSE ADAPTATION OF ROMEO AND JULIET SHAPES THE GOD OF GODS

On the occasion of Hart House’s Centennial, internationally renowned, Toronto-based artist Deanna Bowen revisits The God of Gods, an early 20th century play, to examine…

HEADLINE: OBSIDIAN THEATRE & HAROLD GREEN JEWISH THEATRE CO. SALUTE ANNA ZIEGLER

Any two theatre companies can collaborate for a slice of theatrical heaven but how refreshing it is to see Obsidian Theatre and Harold Green Jewish…

ART

ART

Most of us learned a long time ago there are two subjects you avoid like the plague if you want to avoid a debilitating debate—politics…

FOOL FOR LOVE

FOOL FOR LOVE

“You’re like a disease to me,” complains May (Cara Gee) in one of the many tense moments of Sam Shepard’s Fool For Love. “You know…

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