SEXTET
April 2014

SEXTET

If all good things come in three then it can only double the pleasure if presented in six.  That is the magic number rapscallion playwright…

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,…

ARCADIA
April 2014

ARCADIA

The worlds of 1809 and the present day dance with each other as magically in Eda Holmes remount of the Shaw Festival’s smash hit Arcadia…

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 Book of Mormon
April 2014

The Book of Mormon

The musical preaching work continues in our city with the eagerly anticipated return of The Book of Mormon. Super satirists Trey Parker and Matt Stone…

The Sea
April 2014

The Sea

Isn’t it strange how one person’s death can alter the lives of everyone else around them? In East Anglia, a coastal town of laughable eccentrics,…

The Crucible
April 2014

The Crucible

Let’s be honest, a little bit of witch hunting has never hurt anyone, has it? Aside from authentic witches, that is. Arthur Miller’s timeless and…

Wicked
April 2014

Wicked

Let’s face the facts, sequels often tend to suck and prequels never seem to come close to matching the magic of a cherished story. Creators…

20 Qs With…Ron Pederson
April 2014

20 Qs With…Ron Pederson

What is it about a soothing romantic comedy that seems to serve as the perfect offering during the dog days of summer? Add in some…

The Last Confession
April 2014

The Last Confession

You don’t have to be religious to know how cathartic an act of confession can be. Not only does a humble admission of error suppress…

Of Human Bondage
April 2014

Of Human Bondage

One might think that if a play starts off with a stripped down stage environment and a hanging skeleton, chances are the presentation is on…

The Gigli Concert
April 2014

The Gigli Concert

Need convincing that Soulpepper Theatre Company has an affinity for presenting the impossible? Look no further than The Gigli Concert as irrefutable proof. What appears…

Trudeau and the FLQ
April 2014

Trudeau and the FLQ

When you’re a theatre maker that’s been around forever and a day, chances are you’ve mastered the art of synthesized storytelling. With Trudeau and the…

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