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‘You feel completely hopeless and then completely hopeful in the next second,’ says the artistic director of Soulpepper Theatre.
Artists with disabilities have long used livestreaming, Zoom play readings and digital broadcasts that have taken centre stage in most workplaces
‘It’s heartbreaking on many levels,’ says artistic director Antoni Cimolino.
Debuting digital venue Cdnstudio.ca is intended to let creators unite in a safe space online
The theatre festival’s executives hope to have an update in mid-April on when the 2020 season can get underway. Performances have been postponed at least until the end of May due to the CO…
Outside the March Theatre presents ‘The Ministry for Mundane Mysteries’ series. Convergence Theatre has ‘The Corona Variations’ and DopoLavoro Teatrale offers ‘Decameron Today.’ …
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…
Treading lightly is a bad choice in this musical venerating dance music, writes Carly Maga.
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…
Good grief? It’s good for a laugh, anyhow, at ‘Dead Parents Society,’ doing three nights this week at the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival.
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.
‘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.’
Whether it’s the lack of context for the Beslan siege in Toronto or the random through-line of the narrative, having children narrate the tragedy feels a bit deflated, writes Carly Maga.
New Mirvish season also includes ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ revival and Phantom followup ‘Love Never Dies’; pop musical ‘& Juliet’; World War II play ‘Pressure’ and Agatha …
Gilbert’s new play portrays an older gay man and a younger transgender man ‘in a bit of a battle with each other,’ he tells Carly Maga.
For Carly Maga, both the 1995 Alanis Morissette album and the Broadway musical it spawned are personal — but she’s happy to share them with women too young to remember the original songs.
Stephen Adly Guirgis, bard of the fringe dwellers, says when it comes to writing others’ stories, he’s learned ‘you better really dig deep.’
They didn’t throw away their shot at Canada — though the context has changed, and one might wish the female characters had more to do, the version that’s here has a capable cast, amazi…
After six decades, Martha Henry is one of Canada’s top theatre talents. Was it tough to get her to take on the lead role in ‘Marjorie Prime’? No, the director ‘just asked,’ Henry t…
The pursuit of tickets has threatened to overshadow the show itself; seeing it has becomes a status symbol. But here are the reasons for its surge from experimental concept to musical theatr…
Lack of depth for most of the roles turns this play into just what its writer probably didn’t want: another story about an old white guy, writes Carly Maga.
The Musical Stage Company and Obsidian Theatre production of the Tony Kushner-Jeanine Tesori musical seems deeper, more mysterious and yet viscerally real, writes Carly Maga.
The latest sketch revue by the Second City Touring Company that tackles the comedic ground of romantic relationships and runs until April 5.
It’s intense, but don’t expect any answers to the big questions it examines.
Alternating between 2000 and 2008, before and after a local factory lays off hundreds for outsourcing, automization and cheaper non-unionized jobs, Nottage’s script is a modern tragedy in …
Lynn Nottage’s “Sweat” has proven its deep relevance about job losses that definitely hit home in southern Ontario.
Early creation by ‘Come From Away’ team returns to Toronto for a Project Parenthood benefit on Jan. 21.
Eight women tracing their historical legacies and taking it from there.
A middle-aged literature prof and a young, adoring student — we’ve seen this before, but Hannah Moscovitch’s well-executed conventional story has a twist in store.