Falen Johnson: So much of this festival is about opening & maintaining a dialogue. How do we continue to move down that path illustrated by Two Row Wampum after the gathering is over?
I’ve at last got an opportunity to speak with Beatriz Pizano, and wouldn’t you know, it’s both the best of times . . . and the worst of times. It is mere days until CAMINOS 2017: performing intersections, the second edition of the festival of new multidisciplinary works-in-progress by Pan-American, Indigenous and Latinx artists. CAMINOS […]
It’s true: one of the hottest shows in my recent memory took place in a cruise ship lounge. During a family cruise to Bermuda, four members of The Second City Touring Company fashioned indelible characters (Batman villains, toothpaste-obsessed recluses, even a particularly limber air dancer) with rapid-fire wordplay that they improvised entirely from the indiscriminate […]
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.