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Frances Koncan’s uproarious comedy, now playing at the 2023 Stratford Festival’s Studio Theatre, is sharp, smart and timeless.
The Toronto Star’s theatre critics Joshua Chong and Karen Fricker will review dozens of shows throughout the 2023 Toronto Fringe Festival.
Anaïs Mitchell and director Rachel Chavkin on how Edmonton was the site of ‘some of the hardest and biggest lessons’ in developing the show
Tom Rooney is brilliant as a king staring down a constitutional crisis in George Bernard Shaw’s 1928 play.
J.M. Synge’s 1907 romantic comedy, about a community that exalts a self-proclaimed murderer, feels perverse yet also strangely familiar.
This new opera by Chan Ka Nin and Mark Brownell moves across ancient China and contemporary Canada.
The Tony Awards saw ‘Kimberly Akimbo’ and Tom Stoppard’s ‘Leopoldstadt’ take top awards. J. Harrison Ghee and Alex Newell also became the first non-binary people to win Tony Awards…
Featuring a new libretto and a winning cast, this extraordinary production makes the case for the King of Ragtime’s long-forgotten opera.
The 17th iteration of the festival features a lineup of world premieres and classic works seen through a new lens.
Geraint Wyn Davies, Gordon S. Miller and director Antoni Cimolino’s versatile ensemble don’t miss a beat in this Neapolitan tragicomedy.
This new musical by Britta Johnson and Sara Farb features a winning cast and some inventive direction but its narrative is muddled and uncompelling.
The Fringe’s struggles aren’t unique, industry experts warn, but rather indicative of issues affecting the wider performing arts sector.
Along with Dan Chameroy, the stars reflect on Stephen Sondheim’s legacy ahead of Friday’s Koerner Hall concert production.
Moya O’Connell and Aidan Correia play a Yale creative writing educator and student whose lives intertwine in Adam Rapp’s riveting two-hander.
Bruce Jakacki and Nancy Mellow are COC supernumeraries, amateur actors who appear as extras to fill out crowded scenes.
Playing at Toronto’s CAA Theatre, Jonah Bobo and Brendan Jacob Smith brilliantly channel Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel, but are bogged down with a laborious music history lesson
Theatre critic Joshua Chong spotlights five shows he can’t wait to watch, including “Rent,” “Richard II,” “King Lear,” “Grand Magic” and “Women of the Fur Trade.”
From rush tickets to two-for-one evenings, here’s how to make your money go further at this year’s Stratford Festival.
The possible escalation in job action comes amid an impasse in negotiations between the Actors’ Equity Association and the Broadway League.
Canada’s Theatre Museum has found its new home at the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre, with actor Colm Feore as its honorary patron
The Why Not Theatre production offers something for all, no matter how familiar they are with the original Sanskrit stories.
‘Les Misérables’ and Disney’s ‘Aladdin’ are also part of Mirvish’s seven-show, main subscription season, announced Tuesday.
Mirvish’s CAA Theatre, which often featured local artists and productions, may be turned into a 76-storey, mixed-use development
Dan Chameroy, Eddie Glen and Sara-Jeanne Hosie return for a magical final goodbye.
Events by companies like Opera Revue, Against the Grain and Tapestry Opera are part of an effort to make the art form more accessible.
The Montreal-based circus company will bring their iconic big top to the site of the former Mr. Christie factory.
The spirited ensemble draws some laughs from the material, but some of it feels stale and overlong.
ACTRA Toronto said in an email it was reaching out to the production companies involved to recover cheques that were cashed by a talent agency which has ceased operations.
These sea shanty-singing Cornish men started a ‘buoy band,’ inked a million-dollar-plus record deal and now have a musical celebrating their unlikely story, playing at the Royal Alexandr…
The company of ‘The Last 15 Seconds’ reflects on the play’s monumental run ahead of its final performance in Kitchener on Dec. 1.
Two actors play all 14 characters in this brilliantly directed production that has something in stores for audiences of all ages.