“You can expect a warm and inviting space.” Our feature on Shira Leuchter about “Lost Together”, her live art performance with co-creator Michaela Washburn at Progress Festival
Review: Soulpepper’s ROSE is eye-catching and inventive, sweet yet serious. It features music, staging, themes and knockout performances, especially by Haley Gillis, Peter Fernandes and Frank Cox-O’Connell, that will fire a child’s imagination.
Is OTHELLO a racist play or a play about racism? You decide. Shakespeare BASH’d’s new production of OTHELLO runs Feb 5 – 10. We chatted with E.B Smith (Othello) and Catherine Rainville (Desdemona)
HOOK UP, a world-premiere opera for teens, explores questions of privacy, consent, and power. Our interview with creators Chris Thornborrow (composer) and Julie Tepperman (librettist)
There’s something about Mary… Stephen Massicote’s exquisite WWI play MARY’S WEDDING makes its Toronto debut, starring Kate Ross & Fraser Elsdon. Our interview with Kate Ross!
Choreographer Marie Lambin-Gagnon’s new performance installation SLOW DANCE is one half of TDT’s 51st season-opening double bill. Here is our interview with Marie!
Julie Tomaino’s lively production of HAIR is just the sunny panacea for the January doldrums. On stage at Hart House Theatre until Feb 2. Details in our review.
Ellen Denny’s play WONDER combines movement, science and history to tell the story of trailblazing scientist Harriet Brooks, the first female nuclear physicist in Canada and Denny’s great-great aunt.
Scott Sneddon on IPHIGENIA AND THE FURIES (ON TAURIAN LAND): “This inventive and intense work provides an audience-friendly lesson in Greek myth and Greek theatre, conjures a fantastical narrative realized by strong performances,…and surprises with laughter and insight”
How much is too much? Marie Barlizo’s LUCKY draws on the true story of Jennifer Pan to explore the effects of extreme parental expectations on the children of Asian immigrants.