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Donna-Michelle St. Bernard’s haunting story of child slavery and community loss is unspeakably sad — and impeccably well staged.
The Siminovitch Prize is the most significant theatre award in Canada, worth $100,000 in all.
Her non-fiction book of the same name won the Grantham Prize for excellence in environmental journalism in 2010.
He’s been lovingly nicknamed “The Brucester,” and he joins a long line of fibreglass statues made for Mirvish by Gerald McLoughlin.
The stories of Kurdish female freedom fighters are the focus of a verbatim theatre production — using interview transcripts and found footage — in Toronto.
The beloved musical set in Gander after the events of Sept. 11, 2001 has a triumphant concert staging in St. John’s.
“Sometimes magic can come out of destruction,” says artistic director Diana Bentley. “Extraordinary things can come out of moments like this.”
Here’s a cheat sheet for some of the best deals on theatre tickets for the upcoming 2022-23 season.
Gadon leads in the Canadian premiere of Simon Stone’s ‘Yerma,’ a cerebral, high-stakes drama about fertility and personhood.
“Mashup Pon Di Road,” created by performing artists Bahia Watson and Liza Paul, is an unapologetic and colourful bashment circus — and it’s staged on a flatbed truck.
The “Corner Gas” alum is back onstage in Coal Mine Theatre’s production of Lisa D’amour’s “Detroit,” a dark and funny commentary on the decline of the middle class.
Reanne Spitzer and Sultanna Krispil’s abstract show recreates a TikTok feed in a poignant and dark commentary on the social media platform’s effects
Combining smart songs, a knockout cast, and a surprisingly poignant book, Nam Nguyen’s highly meta-theatrical soup show is an absolute treasure.
Laura Piccinin is a witty standup comic with a long history of coming out to people.
Steph Haller and Paddy MacDonald are real-life exes with serious improv chops.
While not perfect by any means, Steven Elliott Jackson’s sweet fairy tale enforces for kids at a young age that not every prince needs a princess.
Daresay Productions’ upcoming play, “Deputy Prime Minister Collimore,” makes no reference to real politicians or situations, says the play’s producer.
The festival takes place across Toronto and features programming for children aged 0-6, many of them seeing the curtain open for the first time.
Director Jani Lauzon and actor Craig Lauzon both feel a sentimental connection to Loring’s Governor General’s Award-winning text
Joey Arrigo’s approach to the Evil Queen was a collaborative one with TranscenDance artistic director Julia Cratchley.