Interview with Cliff Cardinal: his new play “Too Good to Be True”, about how a mother finds grace in her desperation, launches VideoCabaret’s new theatrical home
Review of Carol Zoccoli’s hilarious solo show “How to Beat Up Any Man”, running at the Second City Toronto’s John Candy Box Theatre till May 5.
Interview with Lesley Robertson and Olivia Croft, who portray Touchstone and Jaques – as women – in Shakespeare BASH’d’s Sixties-inspired AS YOU LIKE IT
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.”
Rachel Mercer will perform her “personal dream program” with her sister Akemi Mercer-Niewöhner in 5 at the First’s “Music of Canadian Women,” featuring compositions by 6 Canadian women, including 3 world premieres.
Interview with Frank Cox-O’Connell, performing in Soulpepper’s sold-out run of “Wedding at Aulis”, Sina Gilani’s version of “Iphigenia at Aulis” by Euripides.
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.”
Our interview with the visionary and engrossing contemporary choreographer-dancer Padmini Chettur. She premieres ‘Philosophical Enactments 1’ at Contemporaneity 3.0, presented by Anandam Dancetheatre.
For me, a show at Fairview Library Theatre is a trip down memory lane. I danced there many times while growing up, and more recently, have watched my daughter dance multiple times on the same stage. So an invitation from Stage Centre Productions was a welcome opportunity to return to the theatre to revisit a […]
Interview with Moze Mossanen about “You Are Here: A Come From Away Story”, a documentary about the community of Gander, NF who welcomed over 6,500 passengers forced to land after the terrorist attacks on 9/11