Is it theatre? Or is it life? “Charlotte: A Tricoloured Play with Music”, inspired by the autobiographical paintings of Charlotte Salomon, poses this provocative question. Our interview with Shaina Silver-Baird, who plays Charlotte
Kaeja d’Dance’s 8th annual Porch View Dances features choreographies by Aria Evans, Shannon Litzenberger, Karen and Allen Kaeja, and Mateo Galindo Torres. Our interview with Karen and Allen Kaeja
“Let’s get one thing out of the way from the get-go: IT GIRLS is laugh-out-loud hilarious…” What else do you need to know? Details in our review
Kirk Dunn’s solo show The Knitting Pilgrim invites discussion about the unique and universal among the Abrahamic faiths, and features Stitched Glass tapestries designed and knit by Dunn as its set.
Spencer Litzinger returns to the stage in Daniel Beitchman’s BOY vs. FLY the Play, debuting as a part of Toronto Fringe’s KidsFest. Details in our interview with Spencer
Andrea Mapili and Byron Abalos’ THROUGH THE BAMBOO is a new epic for all ages. Rooted in Philippine mythology, the fantasy play explores death, loss and grief through the eyes of a young Filipino-Canadian girl.
CLOTHESWAP is the sum of its fabulous parts: Part play, part clothing swap, part eco-consciousness and part charitable event. Our interview with creators Amanda Barker and Dale Boyer
Canadian theatre artist Rick Miller makes a welcome return to host this year’s Dora Mavor Moore Awards show, which celebrates excellence in Toronto theatre, dance and opera on June 25.
Interview with dancer-choreographer Lua Shayenne about KIRA, The Path | La Voie, her new commission from Fara Tolno, receiving its world premiere at Luminato Festival
Robin Williams is preparing to rock it on Saturday night. As the music director of newchoir, Toronto’s first rock choir, he is deep into the final rehearsals for the organization’s annual concert at Koerner Hall. If rock and choir seem incongruous, then newchoir has shifted many a perception. An audition adult choir, newchoir has carved […]