“The issues are completely relatable to a Toronto audience because they deal with violence, gentrification, unaffordable housing, addiction and the meaning of what it means to be a family.” Sylvie Webb reviews Coal Mine Theatre’s Between Riverside and Crazy
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
Kaitlyn Riordan’s Portia’s Julius Caesar, now onstage at Hart House Theatre, provides a feminist counterweight to one of Shakespeare’s most masculine plays. In Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, hubristic Roman noblemen tie themselves in verbal knots to justify actions that manipulate the people and shake the body politic. The title character Caesar is murdered in Act III […]
Our interview with Stratford Fest alum Zara Jestadt making her Shakespeare BASH’d debut in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
“I hope you can recognize that although Dead Parents Society is our story, it’s your story, too.” Shohana Sharmin chatted with us about the heartbreaking and hilarious DEAD PARENTS SOCIETY debuting this weekend.
“Amidst the moments of mockery – a surprising emotional core rings true.” Scott Sneddon reviews THE WILD THINGS, which opened East Side Player’s new season.
“The actors were compelling and fantastical, but the realities they portrayed became ours to share.” Sylvie Webb reviews the Factory Theatre revival of Claudia Dey’s TROUT STANLEY
“This could be the first time a director casts an actual soprano in the play and would make this version of The Bald Soprano quite unique.” Christina Tannous sings the Bald Soprano in TfT’s THE BALD SOPRANO.
“In approaching the role, I’ve tried to find this man’s humanity and his ongoing struggle with his past.” Sesayarts in conversation with actor David Mackett and director Rod Ceballos about Conor McPherson’s THE GOOD THIEF
“For those who know Annie Baker, you know. For those who don’t, you’re welcome for telling you, because she is amazing.” Our interview with Amy Keating, who plays Rose in THE FLICK, a Crow’s Theatre & Outside the March production