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Creator Hofesh Shechter sees humanity’s end coming within a century, but new work coming to the Bluma Appel theatre this week is, he says, full of communion.
Season that included the Norman McLaren ballet Frame by Frame and the company’s return to Paris ended $257,000 in the black.
PlayME’s recordings of Canadian plays will be included in the new season of CBC Podcasts.
Extension of 1973 cult rock musical marks the latest date that a show has run at the theatre festival.
Fricker is honoured in the short category for a review of a Soulpepper production of Hosanna.
The French Baroque operas about two heroes who fall in love, with starkly different consequences, open first in Toronto Oct. 25.
The Will & Grace and Travelers star is happy to return to the Stratford Festival Oct. 30 with a musical he loves.
Theatre prize will bestow $75,000 on one of four designers and $25,000 to a protégé of their choice.
Actress known for TV roles like Anne of Green Gables and Catherine de’ Medici in Reign spent two seasons at the theatre festival.
Toronto-born Naomi Campbell, who has been with festival since 2011, takes over from the departed Josephine Ridge.
Donna Feore will once again direct and choreograph both the festival’s musicals with Billy Elliot and Little Shop of Horrors.
Toronto opera company’s creative team was invited to produce Rossini’s Ricciardo e Zoraide in Pesaro, Italy.
Adapted from a Saskatoon project, the SummerWorks presentation takes participants through the Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood and through other people’s stories.
Production based on the songs of Jim Steinman will begin its North American tour at the Ed Mirvish Theatre.
It began with a glance from Karen Kaeja’s living-room window and now the dance series is welcoming participants from outside where it began in Seaton Village.
The 2018-19 bill also includes sci-fi thriller The Nether, black puppet comedy Hand to God and a new holiday improv show, The Wonder Pageant.
Bob White has more than 40 years experience as a dramaturge and director, including 10 seasons at Stratford.
Jerusalem takes six awards, including Outstanding Performance for Kim Coates, with another six for Life After, including Outstanding New Musical for Britta Johnson.
L’Association Professionnelle de la Critique de Théâtre, de Musique et de Danse recognizes company for its tour to Paris in 2017 with Nijinsky.
Annual dance festival will include Adizokan from Red Sky Performance, Obeah Opera, the National Ballet of Canada performing Justin Peck’s Paz de la Jolla, and a commission from Anne Plamon…
Beginning July 4, patrons can travel to Toronto and back by bus from London, Woodstock, Kitchener, Milton and Morriston, Ontario.
Soulpepper’s 13 nominations come after a rough start to the year for Toronto company.
New season also includes a new play from Anosh Irani, productions that examine the internment of Japanese-Canadians and Black slavery, and a satire that turns the tables on men who objectify…
Also making cameos in Toronto are Mark Ballas of Dancing With the Stars, Logan Henderson and Drake Bell.
Controversial Daughter and Native Earth Performing Arts’ Huff are among the works heading to Scotland in August.
After past hits such as Guys and Dolls and A Chorus Line, Donna Feore takes on The Music Man and The Rocky Horror Show, and finds their leading men have things in common.
We compared Frank N. Furter to Harold Hill, the con man stars of the two very different musicals onstage at the Stratford Festival.
The 2018 season, the first under new artistic director Graham Abbey, also includes remounts of The Drawer Boy, A Beautiful View and Blind Date.
Mirvish throws open the Princess of Wales Theatre for a royal wedding viewing party for 2,000.
Former Buddies in Bad Times artistic director aims to capture city’s ‘eclectic dynamism’.
The Pretty Little Liars actress got engaged in Toronto last fall and returns to play Sandy in musical version of 1978 film.