To John Wamsley, now more than ever, spelling counts! This recent graduate of the Sheridan College-University of Toronto Theatre and Drama Studies program (and The Office aficionado) is a versatile triple-threat. He can toggle effortlessly between Shakespeare, stage musicals and everything in between. And he’s about to take the stage at Hart House Theatre as “Chip” Tolentino in […]
BAT OUT OF HELL THE MUSICAL looks and sounds great. The problem, however, is the story.
Ellen Denny: “Usually I’m in plays written by men who are often dead, so it’s exciting to not only be in a piece by a woman but someone my age.”
In Donna Feore’s Guys and Dolls, Runyon’s world of gangsters and showgirls explodes into life . . . and the energy and interest never flag.
Gemma Sutton, a standout in Strictly Ballroom the Musical, unpacks the nuanced themes and attitudes in Act 1’s vital Paso Doble scene to illuminate the story’s emotional core
Peter Fernandes’ multi-talents shine – again – in Musical Stage Company’s Toronto premiere of Onegin.
“This is not the ‘Louis Riel’ of 1967. This is the ‘Louis Riel’ of 2017.” COC’s Katherine Semcesen discusses the many ways this revival will move young audiences.
Jamie McKnight takes on title role in perennially popular Joseph and His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Drayton Entertainment’s flagship show this season.
“I’ve always loved this story since I was a kid. It is a real privilege for me to get to play this part”: Stage and TV actor Matthew Nethersole on playing James in YPT’s James and the Giant Peach.
Meet the COC’s Emily D’Angelo, a singer whose talent and charm make a lasting impression.