“In If/Then, the writers were genuinely trying to deal with tough questions, like how to balance home and work, but while they ask interesting questions, their answers are concerning.” ~ Natalie Dewan
Thomas Goerz on Bizet’s Carmen: “My guess is, once in the theatre, you’ll have a hard time NOT singing along.”
Prior to Friday’s anticipated concert of West Coast Jazz, we chatted with Bandleader and Saxophonist Sarang Kulkarni about all things jazz, the octets’ brand new CD and … cloning. Yes, cloning!
Opera-keen youth can take heart: the COC is still accepting Youth Opera Lab applications for Maometto II. But only until April 10.
At Soulpepper this spring, there are many opportunities to appreciate how Sarah Wilson brings unique life to widely varied characters, starting with Peggy in David French’s classic farce Jitters.
Exclusively for Toronto audiences, Akram Khan will dance the reimagined choreography, named Toro (“the contest”), as a newly envisioned solo dance at Canadian Stage.
By his own admission, Jean-Philippe Fortier-Lazure is “slightly crazy.” Is this because he’s an operatic tenor whose star is rising fast? Or because he belted out one too many Nylons tunes on family road trips from his hometown of Kitchener to Montreal? It’s hard to say, yet it’s certain that, despite the eccentricities he imagines […]
“The twelve jurors of the title are a startlingly representative sample of the people one encounters in everyday life.”
With Kiss & Cry, choreographer Michèle Anne De Mey and award-winning filmmaker-director Jaco Van Dormael have conceived a multimedia invention that defies description. It is a dance–performed by fingers. It is also live theatre . . .with a set of miniature landscapes created and recreated on stage. And it is also a movie . . […]
If you want something done well, give it to a child. Clearly Allen MacInnis and Jen Shuber know this, as they’ve cast 2 charming and capable 12-year olds, David G. Black and Drew Davis, in the title role in Jacob Two-Two Meets the Hooded Fang. And these kids can hold their own, even in front […]