BRONTE: THE WORLD WITHOUT
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BRONTE: THE WORLD WITHOUT

Nothing in this world sucks more than not receiving credit for what’s rightfully owed. Such is the position for a trio of success starving sisters…

THE MUSIC MAN
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THE MUSIC MAN

It was Abraham Lincoln who once said, ‘You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time,…

ROCKY HORROR SHOW
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ROCKY HORROR SHOW

Regardless which side of the fence you sit on when comes to the ongoing debate as to what the right way is for a theatre…

AN IDEAL HUSBAND
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AN IDEAL HUSBAND

Say what you will about imperfect hubby’s falling short of what’s deemed ‘ideal’ when history has clearly demonstrated vast behavioural improvements since man has roamed…

THE ORCHARD (AFTER CHEKHOV)
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THE ORCHARD (AFTER CHEKHOV)

If you’re like most city dwellers and would rather kick out a stool from beneath your feet with a tight noose wrapped tightly around your…

THE MAGICIAN’S NEPHEW
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THE MAGICIAN’S NEPHEW

Given the fact is there are far fewer imagination boundaries with youngsters than the rest of us been-there-done-that-bought-the-t-shirt fickle grown-ups, is it any wonder that…

THE BARONESS AND THE PIG
April 2014

THE BARONESS AND THE PIG

Truth be told, Michael MacKenzie’s two hander based on characters by Catherine Fitch and Marion Day will solicit one of two specific points of view—you’re…

STAGE KISS
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STAGE KISS

Remember your first ever lip locking event and how it made you perpetually weak in the knees, overturned your insides and let’s not forget the…

GRAND HOTEL
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GRAND HOTEL

I must confess, I’ve never been to 1928 Berlin when money was too tight to mention but always catch myself fantasizing what it was like…

THE KING AND I
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THE KING AND I

When you measure up (1949) to Oklahoma (1943) to The King and I (1951) each production resonates in the mind of theatregoers for one special…

O’FLAHERTY V.C.
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O’FLAHERTY V.C.

What is it about heroes that forever hold a warm spot in our hearts? It might be the ability to achieve feats of bravery we…

LA BÊTE
April 2014

LA BÊTE

It is 17th century Paris; Elomire (Sarah Wilson)—note that Elomire is an anagram of Moliere—heads a great theater company, and is outraged when their patron, the…

INNOCENSE LOST
April 2014

INNOCENSE LOST

Why is it we live in a world composed of such complex problems left to be solved by such imperfect people? It’s a question that…

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
April 2014

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA

Of any musical that touches down in Toronto, The Phantom of the Opera has a special place in Hogtown primarily due to the it’s endless…

MAGGIE & PIERRE
April 2014

MAGGIE & PIERRE

If you ever doubted for a second that opposite attracts, enjoy the highly alluring socio political time warp going on upstairs at the Tarragon Theatre…

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