Interview with David Fallis about the Toronto Consort’s “Schütz’s Christmas Story” concert, featuring English tenor Charles Daniels and performed on Baroque instruments
Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory performs uaajeerneq “an in-your-face, base, surreal creature performance” in Ikumagialiit, a Indigenous performance art show that debuts at Harbourfront Centre’s Festival of Cool: The Arctic.
“The truth is: this generation consumes media so voraciously, if one wants to reach them, a movie is the way to do it. (And, I argue, a movie musical is an even better way.)” Danny Schur on the movie musical STAND!
SesayArts in conversation with dancer-choreographer Christianne Ullmark about the world premiere of “close encounters in the fifth dimension”, part of Citadel Dance Mix
Three Ships Collective’s immersive and impressive “A Christmas Carol” is back at Campbell House Museum. The revival brings the fantastic talents of Kat Letwin to the ensemble.
Nagata Shachu’s 21st season opens with HIBIKI (reverberations) this Saturday, November 30. Our interview with the ensemble’s Artistic Director Kiyoshi Nagata
Directed by Shruti Merchant and choreographed by her sister Vaibhavi Merchant, Taj Express: The Bollywood Musical Revue is making a stop in Toronto at The Bluma Appel Theatre in the St Lawrence Centre for the Arts. This feel-good musical delivers old-time Bollywood pomp and pageantry – with a knowing modern wink – inside a relentless […]
“The production is visually appealing, cleverly designed and loaded with humour, charm and unexpected substance.” Arpita Ghosal’s review of YPT’s The Adventures of Pinocchio, running until Jan 5, 2020
Interview with Suvendrini Lena, neurologist and playwright, about her immersive play HERE ARE THE FRAGMENTS. which explores the intersection of racism, migration history and mental health
“It is no exaggeration to say that this show affected me more deeply than any show in a very long time.” Details of “Bangarra Dance Theatre: Spirit” in Arpita Ghosal’s review