HEADLINE:  SARAH THORPE POLISHES A RETELLING OF JOAN OF ARC IN HERETIC

Soup Can Theatre is proud to present the premiere of Heretic; a theatrical retelling of the story of Joan of Arc from critically acclaimed actor/director…

WAITING ROOM
April 2014

WAITING ROOM

  It goes without saying that the end is always closer than we could ever imagine. And the emotional tumult that surfaces when you’re clinging…

HEADLINE: THE SECRET IS OUT…AND IT’S A WOMAN

Theatrical Grocery proudly presentthe world premiere of Academy Award Winning writer John Patrick Shanley’s new play directed by META award winner Andrew Shaver at The…

HEADLINE: WHEN HANNAH MOSCOVITCH COMES CALLING, PLAYGOERS DO LISTEN

A spring season just never feels right without the princess of playwrighting making a stop to stir up emptions.  Tarragon Theatre and Volcano Theatre proudly…

HEADLINE: ALL THINGS ARE MADE TO BE BROKEN. INCLUDING PERCEPTION

Disabled Theater confronts society’s social constructs, labels, discrimination and the idea of normalcy, while balancing humor and life-affirming joy, opening the stage to the perspective…

HEADLINE: TECHNOLOGY AND DANCE COLLIDE IN VOX:LUMEN

Fueled by a multi-year creative partnership with groundbreaking researchers at York University and interactive designers Aesthetec Studio, Zata Omm Dance Projects’ vox:lumen is arguably the…

THE DE CHARDIN PROJECT
April 2014

THE DE CHARDIN PROJECT

Creationists and scientists—go on and take a guess who dislikes the convictions of the other more. Maybe if there was a consensus that a Grand…

JERSEY BOYS
April 2014

JERSEY BOYS

“After eight bars, I knew I needed to write for this voice,” reminisces composer phenom Bob Guardio (Drew Seeley) regarding the creative collaboration that would…

LUNGS
April 2014

LUNGS

It’s a known fact that the English like to make bets.  And when Duncan MacMillan unveiled Lungs to North American audiences in 2011, a show…

BUYER & CELLAR
April 2014

BUYER & CELLAR

  Underground employment is such a drag. The absence of natural light and compromised air flow can be mind-numbing while consumer profiles are definitely not…

A CHRISTMAS CAROL
April 2014

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 remount of A…

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…

LIFE, DEATH AND THE BLUES
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LIFE, DEATH AND THE BLUES

Let’s face it, we all need a purpose to get us out of bed in the morning.  For some it may be as simple as…

OUR COUNTRY’S GOOD
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OUR COUNTRY’S GOOD

Toronto has waited a long time for a show that shook the foundation of humanity with both humour and emotion.  The visiting production of playwright…

THE BAKELITE MASTERPIECE
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THE BAKELITE MASTERPIECE

Tarragon Theatre proudly presents the world premiere of The Bakelite Masterpiece, written by Tarragon playwright-in-residence Kate Cayley, directed by Tarragon’s Artistic Director Richard Rose and…

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