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The program will culminate when eight kids from Indigenous communities in Northern Ontario visit Stratford in late August
The gift will be spread over three years
The theatre producer tested two shows in Toronto, but one didn't make the cut
New president and CEO of Civic Theatres Toronto has hopes for Sony Centre, St. Lawrence Centre and Toronto Centre for the Arts
Garth Drabinsky’s first musical since being convicted and imprisoned for fraud and forgery received negative Toronto reviews and low ticket sales at the Elgin Theatre
The musical about Gander hospitality on 9/11 is Broadway bound and its producers are hopeful it will strike all the right chords
Clyde Wagner, Luminato’s executive producer, is leaving the arts festival to be president and chief executive of Civic Theatres Toronto (CTT), taking charge of the Sony Centre, the St. Law…
Ottawa 2017 celebrations surrounding the 150th anniversary of Confederation have provided an opportunity for CEO Peter Herrndorf
Stage by Stage, a not-for-profit group organized by Sony Centre CEO Dan Brambilla, wants to buy the showplace and run it without its subsidy from city hall.
I thought I was prepared to see this play about a man I knew, but I got jolt when Alon Nashman slipped into the role.
Tony-winning playwright John Guare, 74, says the high point of his career is that he’s still working.
Chicago audiences this summer are enjoying two remarkable new plays that focus on their town’s intriguing social history: Immediate Family and Eastland.
Toronto Arts Foundation Awards go to Supporting Our Youth, conductor Lydia Adams, artist Chris Curreri, arts administrator Jini Stolk and the Daniels Corporation
It took 36 years for Einstein on the Beach — the groundbreaking Philip Glass opera — to reach Toronto.
Downton Abbey's Maggie Smith will preside over September gala in Toronto and receive Stratford Shakespeare Festival's Legacy Award.
When it comes to culture, especially the kind that catches the world’s attention, you might not think Chicago has much reason to envy Toronto. After all, the Art Institute is way ahead of …
Writers Margaret Atwood and Naomi Alderman are paired in the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative
A Tony win could boost the chances of Once, the musical based on the 2006 movie
When Mark Hammond, programming director of the Sony Centre, visited China on a talent-scouting mission, he was looking for something innovative and exciting. The act that caught his attentio…
Opera The Sunken Garden from David Mitchell and Michael van der Aa tells tale of crime hoax.
Fruitful combinations lead to interesting works
Each of them has a career independent of the other, but John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey often appear together, to the delight of their fans.
Zero Gravity Circus, music from Jumple, the Hidden Cameras are among the offerings
Why did the government of Ontario forsake Luminato, until now one of its favourite cultural enterprises, and leave the annual arts festival reeling from the damage inflicted by a sudden, bru…
Book cherishes Canada’s ties to monarchy.
With new show Prince of Broadway, Dancap Productions’ focus shifts to Broadway
If like me, you have a special fondness for satire of the entertainment world, the high point of the current TV season has to be Smash, which airs on NBC and CTV on Mondays at 10 p.m.
A thaw in relations between AGO and its neighbours could mean Grange Park improvements and a café for AGO patrons overlooking the park.
Hit play The Jacksonian, by Beth Henley at the Audrey Skirball Kenis Theatre, stars Ed Harris, Amy Madigan, Bill Pullman, Glenne Headly and newcomer Beth Rous.
Series includes Crosscurrents in L.A. Painting and Sculpture; Backyard Oasis, Living in a Modern Way and Proof: The Rise of Printmaking in Southern California
She takes over as managing director for departed David Abel.