Actor on the rise Joseph Zita makes his Soulpepper debut in the world premiere of Picture This, a comedy by Morris Panych and Brenda Robins, 2 of the creatives behind the award-winning hit Parfumerie
Scott Sneddon finds SIHP’s gender-swapping brilliantly effective, making King Lear at once recognizable & surprising, filled with strong performances & rich commentary.
The third time truly is the charm for the Lowville Festival, which this year features a range of all-Canadian offerings that span the nostalgic, the charming – and the flat-out funny! In an effort to avoid the sweltering July heat and competition with other annual festivals, the Lowville Festival will take place earlier this year. […]
If you have an aversion to unease, Guillermo Calderón’s Kiss is not the play for you. Currently receiving its Canadian premiere in a co-production by Theatre Smash, ARC and Canadian Stage, Kiss was a commission by German theatre company Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus in 2014. It is the first play written in English by the Chilean-born US-based […]
With Half Full school tour, Mixed Company Theatre provides GTA teens the means to go from spectators to change agents through interactive theatre.
Anita Majumdar brings to YPT her celebrated dance-play “Boys With Cars”, a multilayered “performance ‘about’ questions” that will provoke, move and rivet.
Kim’s Convenience, featuring Jean Yoon and Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, has conveniently returned to Soulpepper – a welcome late-winter tonic for TV fans and theatre lovers alike.
Whoever said youth is wasted on the young never met Guy Mignault, the recently-retired artistic director of Théâtre français de Toronto. Les Zinspirés, the French-language student-playwriting festival he created is by far one of the best inventions of the theatre world. Now in its 5th year, it is a prime example of giving youth an avenue […]
The lights at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts will shine especially bright this week when Soulpepper celebrates Diwali!
Patricia Cano plays the hilarious and heartwarming Marie-Louise Painchaud, the Métis post mistress who minds the village’s sole post office . . . along with everyone else’s business in Tomson Highway’s The (Post) Mistress.