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Edward Albee classic A Delicate Balance a good fit for a theatre company still reeling from sexual harassment allegations against founder Albert Schultz.
Play delving into responses to school shooting could improve with stronger connections between the characters, writes Carly Maga.
Production’s use of rock music has its moments but it often swamps and flattens the characters, writes Carly Maga.
Variety of Fringe’s winter sibling yields a lot, from swords to sadness, to warm theatre lovers’ hearts.
Plot faithful enough to original Dr. Seuss book to keep it simple for kids but adds enough depth to get parents thinking.
Play at Toronto’s CAA Theatre about four musical legends is thin in story and character, even by the humble standards of jukebox musicals, writes Carly Maga.
Starring in The Story, playwright returns to Toronto to participate in theatre culture that's more tolerant of disabilities.
The show, produced by DopoLavoro Teatrale (DLT) in partnership with Istituto Italiano di Cultura, transforms a familiar story into a dreamlike experience of an Italian immigrant alone at Chr…
Triple-threat talent from cast is some of strongest we’ve seen, including Cyrus Lane, AJ Bridel, Eddie Glen and Dan Chameroy.
Part of Soulpepper's Family Festival, Bad Hats Theatre's gimmick-free Peter Pan asks audience to indulge their imaginations.
Broken Social Scene's Kevin Drew and Ben Kowalewicz of Billy Talent show musical talents in Drew’s first play but structure is a sour note.
Male comedians including Colin Mochrie and Faisal Butt speak the sometimes intimate words of an unknown playwright.
Though not without its bright spots, Prince’s production proves shallow thanks to miscasting and over-choreographed numbers.
Siminovitch Prize nominee is in demand with Cake opening Friday at Theatre Passe Muraille and lots more to come.
Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen get taken up by theatre artists, while DanceWorks looks back at 40 years and a Montreal troupe expands the boundaries
Linking scenes, stories and dialogue while mixing characters’ perspectives keeps Julia Jarcho’s point inscrutable.
Adam Lazarus brings back his divisive show, in which he explores the attitudes that lead to cases like Harvey Weinstein’s.
Also on the Top Ticket, Art of Time’s Hosted by Glenn Gould and Kathleen Rea's Men's Circle.
CBC host takes fresh and empowering look at lives of Black women from the civil rights movement in 1970s to pre-Black Lives Matter Toronto.
Stage options for Oct. 22-28 include: a Luminato hit returning in a posher venue while Bad Dog offers Halloween howls.
Four Stratford veteran actresses take leading roles in The Tempest and Julius Caesar next season.
World premiere of well-known playwright's latest lets three performers play with each other and the improbable story of $300,000 opportunity.
Marianne Elliott’s direction of multi-award winning production of Mark Haddon’s novel to thrill new crowds at Princess of Wales theatre.
An obnoxiously happy family is torn apart when the two kids, Angeline and Martin, meet the magical Tom Shadow one night.
This week: The award-winning solo play Huff returns, plus a dancer’s reflection on the passing generations and an old-fashioned séance.
Story steeped in modern meme culture and more can’t quite keep the momentum going at the end.
New production at Streetcar Crowsnest drawing from Jian Ghomeshi incident gets intriguingly personal but concludes with an afterthought.
Simon Stephens sees more politics in Curious Incident, now playing in Toronto, given the current public mood.
Also on the Top Ticket, Other Side of the Game from Amanda Parris and the TSO playing along to Harry Potter.
This revival of Fringe 2015 hit can seem nightmarish with its journey into jealousy, selfishness and control.
Rose Napoli, Ellie Moon put their own painful experiences into Lo (or Dear Mr. Wells) and Asking for It.