YPT double-bill inspires doubly-thoughtful reviews of Baobab and Hana’s Suitcase from impressed 11 year-old
Walk into Toronto’s Withrow Park, and you’ll see and hear the expected: spirited children engaging in summer-camp activities, happy dogs straining at their leads as they walk their owners along pathways decorated with sidewalk chalk, seniors practising tai chi under lush trees, and the inevitable swarms of errant insects to be swatted away. But come […]
Sarah Murphy-Dyson is one of the most acclaimed Canadian actors to emerge onto the theatre scene in recent years. She currently stars in a double-bill of two George F. Walker plays, Parents Night/The Bigger Issue at Toronto’s Theatre Passe Muraille.
Like the notes of the piano score that begin and end the play, the many themes in Emily’s Piano will resonate and linger long after the curtain, and prompt the quiet reflection that comes from lots of “thinking”.
The Heart of Robin Hood is so infectiously entertaining, we can’t stop seeing it!
Tout à Trac’s unique version Carlo Culodi’s classic novel Pinocchio is now playing to wowed audiences at Toronto’s Young People’s Theatre.
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 […]
So you’re off to see the Wizard. The Wizard of Oz continues its run at the Ed Mirvish Theatre, starring an all-Canadian cast, directed by Jeremy Sams. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new stage production has been adapted from the beloved MGM movie musical, with additional music by Lloyd Webber and former writing partner Tim Rice. Just […]