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Some praised leadership for pulling the two plays while others criticized them for pursuing an agenda that they say puts other livelihoods at risk.
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…
From Ballet Jörgen’s Canadiana take to the National Ballet’s spectacular version, there are Nutcrackers for everyone this holiday season, writes Michael Crabb.
The musical about supposed Russian Grand Duchess Anastasia borrows from other productions, to which it unfavourably compares, writes Ryan Porter.
The Palace Theatre was closing for multi-year renovations, forcing the undersea spectacle to shutter as well.
“At Christmas, our nonnas are the most important figures. They organize everything, they are at the centre,” says actor Danya Buonastella.
The Tony winners who wrote the music and lyrics for both, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, waited years to reunite with the character.
‘Mock rock doc’ at Toronto’s Streetcar Crowsnest lets veteran musicians tell their story — glories and heartbreaks all included — in semi-fictionalized style.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical still doesn’t make sense, but in our current cultural moment why are we expecting it to? asks Carly Maga.
Operatic update on Mozart — with another gender tweak this time around — sets up at Enoch Turner Schoolhouse.
‘Between Riverside and Crazy’ arrives in Toronto and demonstrates why Stephen Adly Guirgis’s creation is worth the hype, writes Carly Maga.
You can book a spot by making a minimum $100 donation at the event’s website linked here.
‘Every Day She Rose’ examines Black Lives Matter’s disruption of the 2016 Pride parade from at least two perspectives.
Half the cast have served, lending power to portrayal of PTSD, the ‘very specific’ military humour and more at Berkeley Street Theatre.
Blankenbuehler has choreographed both the new movie and the ‘Cats’ tour coming to Toronto. And people’s perplexity with the show has only increased.
Troupe pushed out of home by condo project finds a new home in a complex with plenty of condos of its own.
It’s about negotiation between generations, Gurinder Chadha tells Karen Fricker ahead of the opening of Bend It Like Beckham onstage in Toronto.
Over 90 minutes, the space is free to explore, but the scenes themselves often pull focus; it’s a curious effect that audience members are naturally drawn to follow the expert in the white…
The tone of Anand Rajaram’s laughs as a child of the circus evolve from innocence to striking angry and unhinged notes.
Clowns ‘are born with a lens that is different from how other human beings view the world,’ says Irani, whose play ‘Buffoon’ stars Anand Rajaram at Tarragon Theatre.
One-man piece showcases the engaging talents of Eric Woolfe, who pulls the audience in even if some of his sentiments might push them away.
Alanna Mitchell’s ‘Sea Sick’ will be seen at London’s National Theatre in 2020.
Jason Sherman’s play would have been more provocative 10 or 15 years ago, when it was a novel concept that inequality permeates every branch of our society, especially the stories we disse…
“The inquiry as it was constructed was not looking far enough back,” said Yvette Nolan. “It doesn’t talk about why or how we got to this moment.”