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.
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.
Antigonish-raised, Toronto-based Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster’s virtuosity, versatility and sympathy extend off stage and in various directions.
What’s the secret to Hailey Gillis’ success? “Expand yourself; fall in love with the world around you; take risks; work really, really, really hard.” Add to this her sublime voice!
SesayArts Artist Spotlight on: trilingual triple-threat Steffi DiDomenicantonio
YPT presents Des mots d’la dynamite’s whimsical Scenes from a Tree, which introduces toddlers to theatre, music, poetry, dance, and media arts through performance and play.
‘The Man with the Violin: Suite for Violin and Orchestra,’ inspired by Kathy Stinson’s book, will receive its world premiere in Washington, DC tonight.
The noon hour is about to improve: the COC’s always-diverse Free Concert Series returns on September 27, opening with a concert by mezzo-soprano Emily D’Angelo and fellow artists of the COC Ensemble Studio
One Thing Leads to Another. the award-winning immersive, multisensory show for babies, launches YPT’s season, providing proof that children can engage, respond and be enthralled by theatre in infancy.
Anticipate and be tantalized by 3 days of the arts in picturesque Lowville: a young – and altogether welcome – summer tradition that celebrates all of us local artists, everywhere.