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She takes over as managing director for departed David Abel.
Oscar nominee is an actress first no matter what happens on Feb. 26, she tells Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
One may be in line for new owner while other could get an overdue facelift.
Robert Carsen returns to the Canadian Opera Company, and Atom Egoyen will resculpt his Salome in 2013
The story behind publisher Random House, owned by a foreign giant company, acquiring total control of McClelland & Stewart.
Exhibit, opening Oct. 20, extends gallery’s run of must-see shows.
Cultural queries for 2012: From who paints the queen to the spread of Enron
The city should find a way to unload the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts and stop subsidizing its operations to the tune of more than $1 million a year.
If there is any theatre on this planet that has had a stormier history, changed its name more often, or been at the centre of more Shakespearean power struggles and epic legal battles than t…
An unusual new theatre troupe, the Groundling Theatre Company, is born, adding cheer to the gloom and doom art scene
The riveting saga of the delicate dance between the Tanenbaums as great benefactors and the AGO
Some have been hidden in storage for years, but finally the wonderful Old Masters collection and sculptures from the Tanenbaums are on display.
The live telecast of the wonderful Giller Prize ceremony has been moved to an obscure TV channel few get, eroding the importance of the ceremony to authors.
Mayor detained by “urgent business” as cultural luminaries gather.
John Kastner earns fifth Emmy nomination for Life With Murder after shifting between networks
Could the fate of Nuit Blanche be sealed if Mayor Ford’s proposals go ahead?
New artistic director moving to T.O. with partner Rufus Wainwright.
A letter to Mayor Rob Ford from leading cultural figures warns that cultural cutbacks could set the city economy back 25 years.
Directors, actors, business people and cultural executives rallied Thursday against proposed cuts to Toronto’s arts budget.
10 organizations, including Toronto film fest and National Ballet, try to avert funding cuts.
George Clooney’s new movie The Ides of March skips Telluride, going straight from Venice to Toronto showings.
Call it a tale of three cities and a tale of three stunning exhibitions that have been drawing art lovers all summer. As autumn looms, all three are shifting into last-chance mode. But it&rs…
The Art Gallery of Ontario has scored a spectacular coup by securing a blockbuster Picasso retrospective from Paris, the Star has learned.
Is it time to demolish the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts and build something better in its place? If so, how could such a costly project be financed? And would the City of Toronto continu…
Other VIPS of the entertainment world, including producers and Broadway theatre owners, have also made quick trips to this city to catch Jackman’s act — which has quickly attained buzz s…
Suddenly Toronto has become an entertainment hotspot, thanks to Hugh-mania.
Luminato: Social whirl amid a swirl of arts events
Comings and goings in high places shake up Toronto's arts firmament.
Many of them prefer not to talk about it in public, but privately, arts people in Toronto who depend on box office have a case of the jitters over sluggish ticket sales.
Hugh Jackman is much more than his Wolverine character, on stage he’s a song and dance man who can dazzle audiences. And his one-man stage show is now coming to Toronto.
Once upon a time Toronto had many cabaret shows, often original musical revues. But that was 20 or 30 years ago, and now you can’t come to the cabaret because it has become an endangered s…