Our interview with Stratford Fest alum Zara Jestadt making her Shakespeare BASH’d debut in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
“After performing together for 20 years, the choir has become recognized for its sound, high energy, and messages of love, hope, and inspiration.” Sylvie Webb raves about The Kingdom Choir, making its Canadian debut at the George Weston Recital Hall.
Should we take multi-instrumentalist and composer Aimee Bessada at her word? She claims that she does the least amount of public performance of the collective cast in the Musical Stage Company’s UnCovered concert series. Having seen her in last year’s Uncovered: Joni Mitchell & Carole King, this feels either like underselling or a testimony to […]
“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
“When you come to see it, realize that it will push your emotions and thoughts.” The Quotable Sayak’s review of Kaha:wi Dance Theatre’s THE MUSH HOLE which launched YPT’s 2019-2020 season
“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
DanceWorks’ new season opens with Mînowin, created by the acclaimed British Columbia-based Indigenous dance company Dancers of Damelahamid. Choreographed by Margaret Grenier, the company’s Executive and Artistic Director, this original production will be presented at Harbourfront Centre Theatre for two days only: October 18-19, 2019. Mînowin integrates narrative, movement, song, performance, and multimedia design. It […]