Only Human Dance Collective, U of T’s student-led, student-run choreographic showcase celebrates 20 years with a 96-member showcase, MOSAIC. A reprise of our 2018 interview with OHDC performer-choreographer Christine Foo
Kat Sandler’s RETREAT, a satire of millennials vying for a job, is on stage at Hart House Theatre March 1-9. Our interview with director Claire Burns and Pearle Harbour, unforgettable as Scoutmaster Candace
Julie Tomaino’s lively production of HAIR is just the sunny panacea for the January doldrums. On stage at Hart House Theatre until Feb 2. Details in our review.
Heathers seems an implausible choice for a musical. The 1988 teen cult film is actually two movies in one. The first two-thirds is a hilarious, corrosive and nihilistic satire of life at Westerburg High School where the 3 titular Heathers rule the stratified social roost until they are challenged by anarchic forces in the form […]
OHDC’s 2018 show SEASONS runs at Hart House Theatre March 22-24. Based at U of T, OHDC is a student-directed, “all-inclusive club” with dancers of all backgrounds, levels & styles, united by their love of dance.
Hart House Theatre has just launched its final play of the season, TITUS ANDRONICUS, with David Mackett as Titus. Director James Wallis promises a “bloody good time”. And beneath the blood, guts and gore lie themes & tough questions that still resonate.
Travelling to Salem, Massachusetts (where The Crucible is set) is a bit like journeying back to the year 1692. Not just because this small town never got rid of its supernatural mythos—but because the town retains an affection for (and features a bustling tourist industry centered on) the infamous “witch trials” of that year. About […]
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 […]
OHDC’s show ‘Once Upon a Time’ gives dancers and choreographers a way to share unique stories, both fictional and real, in various styles.
Toronto audiences can relive the horror of high school with Carrie: the musical onstage at Hart House Theatre until February 4. Actors Jordan Kenny and Madison Sekulin gave us the scoop!