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 […]
SesayArts Artist Spotlight on: trilingual triple-threat Steffi DiDomenicantonio
Exclusively for Toronto audiences, Akram Khan will dance the reimagined choreography, named Toro (“the contest”), as a newly envisioned solo dance at Canadian Stage.
With Kiss & Cry, choreographer Michèle Anne De Mey and award-winning filmmaker-director Jaco Van Dormael have conceived a multimedia invention that defies description. It is a dance–performed by fingers. It is also live theatre . . .with a set of miniature landscapes created and recreated on stage. And it is also a movie . . […]
If you’re a Toronto resident, nothing says summer like watching Shakespeare under the stars in High Park. Since last year, Canadian Stage’s Shakespeare in High Park (SiHP) has presented a repertory of Shakespearean plays: a comedy and tragedy alternating nightly through July and August, with members of the acting company playing different roles in each […]