“When you come to see it, realize that it will push your emotions and thoughts.” The Quotable Sayak’s review of Kaha:wi Dance Theatre’s THE MUSH HOLE which launched YPT’s 2019-2020 season
We don’t have a lot of magic in Toronto. Magic happens all the time – for instance, the Raptors championship was magic. But we don’t really have a lot of places to find traditional magic: card tricks, birds from hats, illusions and unexplained feats. Enter MYSTERY & MAGIC, a monthly live magic show on the […]
The Quotable Sayak’s review of YPT’s UNDER THE STAIRS: “Complicated real-world issues involving abandonment, past trauma, family dynamics and honesty are woven into this tight 80-minute fairy tale pretty seamlessly.”
Scott Sneddon: “Like Toronto at its best, ‘Walking on Bombshells’ is fast-paced, hilarious and has surprising heart. It’s a welcome apolitical evening of comedy catharsis.”
“INCH OF YOUR LIFE is thematically rich dramedy with a heart of gold and a television-meets-stage vibe driven by energetic direction, earnest and well-realized characters, and a talented ensemble cast.” ~ Scott Sneddon
Raven Spirit Dance’s SALMON GIRL is on stage at YPT. It offers a refreshing combination of theatre, dance, and puppetry, is stunning to look at, and portrays its message in a way that both children and adults can enjoy.
Christine Quintana’s SELFIE details the events of the first party of the school year and what happens afterwards. It is receiving its premiere at YPT. It is well-written, extremely well acted and cleverly designed.
RISKY PHIL is a comedy by Paula Wing making its world premiere at Young People’s Theatre. The play explores multiple themes, like family dynamics, fact vs. truth and the significance of risk-taking, and offers strong ensemble acting and many funny moments.
It does not feel like spring yet…but let’s speed up Mother Nature with these 10 songs on a Spotify playlist that are sure to bring on warm thoughts!
Munschtime! just received its world premiere at Toronto’s Young People’s Theatre (YPT). It’s a new work by Artistic Director Allen MacInnis and Associate Artistic Director and Dramaturg Stephen Colella, based on 5 picture books by Canadian children’s author Robert Munsch: Pigs; A Promise is a Promise; Murmel, Murmel, Murmel; Too Much Stuff!; and Love You Forever. The concept […]