Canadian theatre artist Rick Miller makes a welcome return to host this year’s Dora Mavor Moore Awards show, which celebrates excellence in Toronto theatre, dance and opera on June 25.
Believe it or not, for Daniel Stolfi, cancer is a laughing matter. As a comedian and writer, he has a knack for mining humour from unexpected places . . . like cancer, of all things. In 2009, at the age of 25, Stolfi was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, an aggressive cancer that required equally aggressive […]
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 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
The 26 Letter Dance, showing at Young People’s Theatre (YPT) until March 16, has a singularly well-chosen title. The show, aimed at 4 to 8 year olds, is produced by Québec’s Bouge de là, a professional dance company whose sole focus is the creation of dance presentations for children. So the word “Dance” is important. […]
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.
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.
“The chameleon-like comedians of The Second City find no shortage of holiday silliness to mine.” Scott Sneddon’s review of “It’s a Wild, Rowdy, Wonderful Life”
Interview with Sheila-Ingabire-Isaro: “I’m so excited to be back!” Sheila returns to the 7th edition of Les Zinspirés, Théâtre français de Toronto’s Dora-Award winning French-language youth playwriting series.
Debut of a new classic: Our interview with Diana Tso about the world premiere of “The Monkey Queen,” her re-imagining of an ancient Chinese epic that combines storytelling, music and movement, told from a female perspective