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Izzard, who is in Toronto shooting a TV series, will perform “Eddie Izzard The Remix: 1988-2018’ and ‘Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations’ for Mirvish Productions.
The two-part play is being restaged in one part and will reopen first on Broadway in November.
After cancelling a planned November run due to the second wave of COVID-19, Mirvish plans to open a limited, physically distanced staging Aug. 4 at the Princess of Wales Theatre.
It opened Aug. 28, 1920 as the Pantages vaudeville theatre, became the Imperial during its years as a movie theatre and went back to the Pantages with ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ in 1989.…
‘Ghosts of the Royal Alex’ takes readers and listeners inside Canada’s ‘most famous haunted theatre’ with biweekly episodes.
Canadian Opera Company wins four for ‘Rusalka’; ‘Piaf/Dietrich’ is named Best Musical; and ‘Caroline, or Change’ takes the performance awards in the musical theatre category.
Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts announces 243 nominations, with winners to be announced June 29.
Niagara-on-the-Lake theatre festival takes an incremental approach to cancellations, whereas the Stratford Festival has already suspended the entire season.
Nominees and further details about the Toronto theatre, opera and dance awards will be announced June.
The goal is to have the Lin-Manuel Miranda music back onstage in Toronto within 18 months.
“For the health and safety of all the artists, crew and staff working in our theatres, and for that of our audience, I think it is best to begin our new season … in January of the new ye…
Coronavirus pandemic has made it impossible to carry out the months of detailed preparations for the Canadian production’s debut in October.
The musical theatre veteran died of cancer on April 8 in Toronto.
Cancellations mean the epic play ‘Mahabharata’ will not be seen in 2020,
Festival looks for ways to support the theatre artists whose Fringe shows won’t go on, so ‘stay tuned,’ it says.
All remaining performances of ‘Hamilton’ are cancelled, with hopes the musical can return to Toronto at a later date.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the new ‘Swan Lake’ has been delayed to June 2021. A new ballet based on Margaret Atwood’s ‘MaddAddam’ books has also been postponed.
Performances of ‘Aida’ and ‘The Flying Dutchman’ are cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The awards for Toronto theatre, dance and opera will be rescheduled for an undetermined future date.
The annual arts festival will be pushed back to June 2021.
‘Places, Please,’ co-hosted by Michael Rubinoff, will raise donations to emergency aid organization the AFC.
North American tour of the Vietnam War musical that was to play here in May is cancelled due to the coronavirus.
Theatre company says it will reschedule ‘Room’ and ‘Indecent’ when it’s safe to do so.
World premiere of “MADDADDAM” ballet choreographed by Wayne McGregor is set for Nov. 21, 2020.
Imminent arrival of ‘Hamilton’ in Toronto spurs its proud papa to reflect on its genesis, back when ‘I knew he died in a duel and I knew he was on the $10 bill.’
Forty $10 tickets will be sold for every performance.
Alanna Mitchell’s ‘Sea Sick’ will be seen at London’s National Theatre in 2020.