“…as an integrated experience, this is a masterwork: intense, devastating, surprisingly funny…” Scott Sneddon reviews Secret Life of a Mother
“Dave Malloy has created something really special, and I urge you to come travel through time with us!” Our interview with Kira Guloien on Dave Malloy’s gothic song cycle GHOST QUARTET
“For those who know Annie Baker, you know. For those who don’t, you’re welcome for telling you, because she is amazing.” Our interview with Amy Keating, who plays Rose in THE FLICK, a Crow’s Theatre & Outside the March production
There’s something about Mary… Stephen Massicote’s exquisite WWI play MARY’S WEDDING makes its Toronto debut, starring Kate Ross & Fraser Elsdon. Our interview with Kate Ross!
Writing about Middletown, currently running at Crow’s Theatre, is an exercise in purposeful circumspection. Written by Pulitzer-nominated and Drama Desk Award-winning playwright Will Eno, and as directed by Meg Roe, it is an unusual experience: immersive, evocative and affecting. Much detail beyond that could only spoil the experience. Prior to being approached by the artistic […]
“I feel that in this play but really feel in the world right now, with everything that’s happening, we have forgotten the simple but powerful idea that we’re all responsible for each other.” Interview with Sarah Kitz, Director of Ellie Moon’s sophomore play WHAT I CALL HER, on stage at Crow’s Theatre
What’s preoccupying our teenage girls? Sarah DeLappe’s Pulitzer-Prize-nominated 2016 play The Wolves, which opens The Howland Company and Crow’s Theatre season, suggests that we remain woefully unaware of (or oblivious to) the range of answers to this question. “Yes, these teens talk about school, and sex, and growing up, and pimples….,” agrees Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster, […]