The COC’s Youth Opera Lab program is a series of interactive experiential, and multi-component events for youth ages 16-25 to experience various aspects of opera–for free.
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.
We can’t all be so lucky as to experience Teresa the teacher in her public school classroom. But after a long absence, we have a not-to-missed opportunity on March 13 to access Teresa the dancer in “Bitter Tea.”
A musical version of James and the Giant Peach, directed by Sue Miner is now playing at Toronto’s Young People’s Theatre until January 4.
Acclaimed, award-winning cellist Rachel Mercer, also teaches chamber music at the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. Rachel spoke with SesayArts about playing in The Poem/the Song, to what she attributes her continued success and where we can expect to hear her next.
The Young People’s Theatre has a lot of nerve. The 49th season opener is To Kill a Mockingbird, Christopher Sergel‘s dramatization of Harper Lee‘s classic novel. Since its publication in 1960, To Kill a Mockingbird has been surrounded by controversy. The novel’s portrayal of bigotry, abuse, racism, systemic injustice, and loss of innocence made it […]
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 […]
I caught Stomp with my children last week during its limited run at the Royal Alexandra Theatre. And it was fabulous, much more than the sum of all its percussive parts: a coherent, harmonious and engrossing blend of music, movement, percussion and comedy. Sure, we heard the cacophony of rhythmic sounds from sources you’ve come […]