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This play by novelist Alice Childress follows the love story of Julia, a Black woman, and Herman, a white man, in 1918 South Carolina.
In the face of financial concerns, executive director Lucy Eveleigh says ‘this past weekend was one of our best selling weekends ever before the festival. The team is amazing. So I feel ho…
Moritsugu says she owes her existence to the Toronto Star: her parents met when her father interviewed her mother
Daniel Krolik, Curtis Campbell and Jonathan Wilson’s “Gay for Pay with Blake & Clay” was one of the hottest, buzziest shows of the 2022 Toronto Fringe Festival.
The competitive format company is holding a premium show and fundraiser in July along with Bad Dog Theatre, celebrating its own 20th anniversary
As Aaron Burr, singing the duet “Dear Theodosia,” gained a whole new meaning when he and wife Rebecca E Covington, also in the show, began a family
The show, which includes poetry and music, can feel aimless, but hidden among the stories are powerful moments.
Play-within-a-play has a powerful feminist theme about women challenging established patriarchal systems
‘I’ve seen dozens of talented, artists leave the profession or simply disappear quietly pursuing other work away from the spotlight’
With standout pastiche numbers, ‘Spamalot’ is apt programming for a theatre festival — it’s a very clever send-up of musicals themselves.
From smartwatches to cramped seats: things that can turn this mild-mannered theatre fan into a full-on drama queen.
“She’s Not Special” deals with some serious hot-button subjects around race, but Adar wants people of all backgrounds to let loose at the new version of the show.
Manchester’s Palace Theatre ousting patrons after singing too loud in a performance of ‘The Bodyguard’ has raised questions of manners
Stratford Festival 2023 has provided the impetus for restaurants, bars and the city to work together to create big changes and attract a younger crowd