Actor on the rise Joseph Zita makes his Soulpepper debut in the world premiere of Picture This, a comedy by Morris Panych and Brenda Robins, 2 of the creatives behind the award-winning hit Parfumerie
Amelia Sargisson breaks down how SiHP’s approach to King Lear & Twelfth Night as vital, modern texts, along with a PWYC admission, make them truly barrier-free.
Scott Sneddon finds SIHP’s gender-swapping brilliantly effective, making King Lear at once recognizable & surprising, filled with strong performances & rich commentary.
In Donna Feore’s Guys and Dolls, Runyon’s world of gangsters and showgirls explodes into life . . . and the energy and interest never flag.
Gemma Sutton, a standout in Strictly Ballroom the Musical, unpacks the nuanced themes and attitudes in Act 1’s vital Paso Doble scene to illuminate the story’s emotional core
The third time truly is the charm for the Lowville Festival, which this year features a range of all-Canadian offerings that span the nostalgic, the charming – and the flat-out funny! In an effort to avoid the sweltering July heat and competition with other annual festivals, the Lowville Festival will take place earlier this year. […]
Nathan Carroll feels “more relaxed and braver” in his return to the role of Terry Fox in Drayton Entertainment’s The Marathon of Hope: The Musical.
Sought-after bassist Joseph Phillips joins piano quartet Ensemble Made in Canada for 5 at the First’s season finale concert this Saturday.
Peter Fernandes’ multi-talents shine – again – in Musical Stage Company’s Toronto premiere of Onegin.
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 […]