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The two appear in the same scenes for first time.
Close-knit theatre company, which presents the Soulpepper Family Festival until Jan. 3, plays Secret Santa.
Come From Away, about Gander, Newfoundland’s response to planes stranded by terrorism attacks, looks bound for Broadway.
Richard Ouzounian bids farewell to his 15 years of theatre criticism at the Toronto Star with — what else? — a review of The Phantom of the Opera.
Alberta-born star of The Knick is amazed by how little medicine, and human nature, have changed since 1901.
You will laugh a lot thanks to some clever people and the genius of Petty, despite an overly convoluted plot.
Changes to the book in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella don't sit well, but sparkling cast and magical moments make up for that.
“It’s really tough playing the guy who’s being cheated on,” says the still boyish former Dawson’s Creek star.
Veteran actor draws on experience of mother's dementia to bring ' unnamed terror' to the stage.
Inferior music, murky lighting, and rudimentary set and costumes mar revival by Young People’s Theatre.
Actor behind Glee’s Kurt is now a bestselling author. Adventures From the Land of Stories is out Nov. 24.
They never talked like that on Slings and Arrows.
Shakespeare play gets Toronto viewings via National Ballet, Kenneth Branagh Theatre and Groundling Theatre.
More than a romance, or a story about Ukrainian identity, play is about how mankind destroys itself and what it takes to survive.
The North American premiere loses the hard edges of the original story of sexual repression and class warfare.
Playwright shares background with gay bullying victim in play now on at the Theatre Centre
Four young actors who portray a savage writing teacher’s victims in Seminar weigh in on whether the Whiplash-style approach helps or hinders.
Actress is known for Sex and the City, but dying has been a theme of some of her other roles, including James White.
Real-life couple have a real-life debate over the fictional characters they play in Domesticated.
As Mamet's white collar anti-hero, Tim Walker literally seems to be losing his soul before our eyes.
“The moment two people admit the relationship they once had is gone, that’s a really painful and powerful thing.”
With a score that owes a debt to Hallmark Cards and a cloyingly warm-hearted book, musical proves it’s not enough to have a worthy story.
This is a very funny show and very touching as well, but you’re going to walk away remembering the anger.
Among the highlights, Tara Rosling as Alice in Wonderland, Ben Campbell and Corinne Koslo in Sweeney Todd, Kate Besworth and Charlie Gallant in Our Town
The Asian Canadian actors who star in Leon Aureus's play about identity struggles talk about their experiences.
On the massive Ed Mirvish Theatre stage, it looks like the show is camping out, waiting for the rest of the production to arrive.
Local musical theatre artists interpret their songs in annual Acting Up Stage Company concert, Nov. 3 to 5.
Canadian premiere of Father Comes Home From the Wars and a Blood Wedding set in rural Ontario among highlights.
At just 21, the Kitchener, Ont.-raised performer is a standout in a great cast. She’s come a long way since her earnest turn in the CBC reality show Over the Rainbow.
WARNING: This story contains major spoilers related to Season 6, Episode 3 of The Walking Dead.
‘The Trouble with Mr. Adams’ tells the story of a middle-aged man clutching desperately to his fantasies, hurting a lot of people along the way.