“Know that we hope you’ll leave feeling some things, and thinking about some more things, and the way we relate to the world.” Interview with director Kendra Jones about Judith Thompson’s “Watching Glory Die”
“…as an integrated experience, this is a masterwork: intense, devastating, surprisingly funny…” Scott Sneddon reviews Secret Life of a Mother
Well, Scott Sneddon “really, really, really, really, really, really liked The Second City Totally Likes You” and now has the song stuck in his head. Thanks, Second City!
Interview with stage and screen actor Bruno Verdoni, appearing in Exercice de l’oublie (Lesson in Forgetting), presented by Théâtre français de Toronto, directed by Artistic Director Joёl Beddows
Director Julia Nish-Lapidus spoke to us about Shakespeare BASH’d’s fresh and timely take on CYMBELINE, running February 4 – 9 at Junction City Music Hall.
Interview with Tamara Podemski, part of an all-Indigenous production of “This Is How We Got Here”, which follows a family’s journey through loss, grief, and healing.
Scott Sneddon’s review of Horton Foote’s THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL, directed by Brenda Darling and on stage at Alumnae Theatre until February 1.
“Each woman’s story is unique, and the piece seeks to weave our stories so that we can ‘speak’ to each other – both about our individual experiences and our exchanges with the others.” Interview with Lara Arabian, The Solitudes
Whether your hope is to laugh or be moved, two shows – Tita Jokes and 49th Day – at Toronto’s Next Stage Theatre Festival hosted by Toronto Fringe at the Factory Theatre have got you covered.
Our interview with the sure-footed and quick-witted Clare McConnell, performing on The Second City Mainstage in “If I Could #Throwback Time”