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Performances of ‘Aida’ and ‘The Flying Dutchman’ are cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Isolate Nights series is a two-hour compilation of new theatrical work that reflects remarkable ingenuity in a time of crisis.
The awards for Toronto theatre, dance and opera will be rescheduled for an undetermined future date.
The annual arts festival will be pushed back to June 2021.
The American playwright, known for plays like “Master Class” and musicals such as “Ragtime,” was a lung cancer survivor who lived with chronic inflammatory lung disease.
Ceremony scheduled for June 7 won’t be held until after Broadway theatres reopen again.
‘Places, Please,’ co-hosted by Michael Rubinoff, will raise donations to emergency aid organization the AFC.
North American tour of the Vietnam War musical that was to play here in May is cancelled due to the coronavirus.
Outside the March Theatre presents ‘The Ministry for Mundane Mysteries’ series. Convergence Theatre has ‘The Corona Variations’ and DopoLavoro Teatrale offers ‘Decameron Today.’ …
Theatre company says it will reschedule ‘Room’ and ‘Indecent’ when it’s safe to do so.
The festival officially kicks off March 21, with works posted from artists all over the world. ‘This is the most connected I’ve felt to the arts community maybe in my entire career,’ G…
Manuel Liñán’s “Viva!” represents something new to mainstream flamenco audiences: a frank and joyful expression of gay identity.
Miranda tweeted that no one has heard the song, “I Have This Friend,” “not even (‘Hamilton’ director Thomas) Kail.”
The industry — central to, and symbolic of, New York — had for several weeks been hoping to avoid mass closings, which are likely to cost tens of millions of dollars to investors and wor…
Treading lightly is a bad choice in this musical venerating dance music, writes Carly Maga.
This spectacular and compelling dance-drama by Alexei Ratmansky for the National Ballet of Canada has a real-life urgency that emphasizes the story’s timeless relevance, writes Michael Cra…
The usher recently worked at two Broadway theatres, at performances of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” and British musical “Six.”
Broadway’s leaders say they are determined to keep their theatres open if at all possible, and anticipate that they would collectively close only if ordered to do so by a government agency.
Show in Toronto reunites team behind ‘Jersey Boys.’
Good grief? It’s good for a laugh, anyhow, at ‘Dead Parents Society,’ doing three nights this week at the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival.
Fiona Reid and Sara Farb will star in ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ at the Ed Mirvish Theatre along with Canadian theatre stalwarts like Trevor White, Gregory Prest, Sarah Afful an…
The actor is constantly in motion in the solo show about a member of Israel’s ZAKA disaster volunteer group, now onstage at Tarragon Theatre.
The Newfoundland-set musical was slated to open in China this spring.
The actors in the top roles from ‘Hamilton’ talk about how they got here and the noise they’d like to hear from their Toronto audience.
‘Us/Them’ portrays the aftermath of the 2004 Beslan school siege from the viewpoint of two children. ‘The Events’ looks at how the 2011 mass shooting in Norway affected a community.
In ‘Box 4901,’ Francis at 49 replies to the 13 men whose letters he never answered in ‘a hilarious, strange, sweet and awkward look back at how gay men used to find one another.’
Opinions vary as to why. Is it the challenges of the staging, a second act that some consider weak or the fact it’s about artists and making art?