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The Stratford Festival’s artistic director Antoni Cimolino previews the theatre company’s historic 2020 season
The not-so-subtle call for free education for all is a bold and inspired modern update for Robin Hood’s share-the-wealth ethos, especially in a political climate where the provincial gover…
The musical about supposed Russian Grand Duchess Anastasia borrows from other productions, to which it unfavourably compares, writes Ryan Porter.
Lucille Ball and the Stratford of the ’50s inspired Antoni Cimolino’s spit-take of a production.
Longtime Stratford composer looked to his youth to inspire the eight original songs in The Merry Wives of Windsor.
What would you rather fight: societal norms or a man-eating Venus flytrap? See how the Stratford Festival’s two marquee musicals match up
Dan Chameroy, the Stratford Festival’s Dr. Frank-N-Furter from last year’s The Rocky Horror Show, returns as another screamingly funny eccentric in Little Shop of Horrors. But it’s his…
Sonia Rodriguez, Svetlana Lunkina and Heather Ogden all bring their own sensibilities to the title role in the John Neumeier ballet based on the Leo Tolstoy novel.
The Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company’s production of Neil Simon’s Brighton Beach Memoirs is hardly unique in its artistic vision, but is certainly a strong remount of a classic.
Soulpepper Theatre, director Mumbi Tindeyebwa Otu and star Alana Bridgewater take some creative risks that pay off in production of August Wilson’s 1982 drama, which remains topical about …
Hamiltonian says motherhood got her ready as previews begin soon for her role as the ice princess in Disney’s Broadway adaptation of the massive hit film.