Scott Sneddon’s review of Caryl Churchill’s ESCAPED ALONE, co-produced by Soulpepper and Necessary Angel Theatre and directed by Jennifer Tarver, on stage until November 25.
Katrina Darychuk is not afraid of Virginia Woolf. Her modern, considered and utterly arresting production of Woolf’s Orlando, adapted by Sarah Ruhl, is a testament to her appreciation for Orlando’s “boldness, wit, and fearless approach towards death, love, and writing.” Currently receiving its Canadian premiere at Soulpepper, the show tells the story of Orlando, played […]
Rachel Jones on La Bête: “In the age of people making their own YouTube videos and stuff like that, we are asking the same questions as the play does: Does art have to have particular rules? How does self-created work compare with classic forms? What’s the difference between art and entertainment?”
Anthony MacMahon’s ANIMAL FARM is on stage now at Soulpepper, with a strong ensemble, crisp direction by Ravi Jain, and topical references that crank up Orwell’s political satire. But this is no easy, comfortable evening at the theatre . . .
Glad tidings they bring – again! Krystin Pellerin and Eponine Lee reprise their roles in Soulpepper’s 2017 production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL.
Bad Hats Theatre’s reimagined Peter Pan is flying out of breweries and into the Michael Young Theatre as a part of the annual Soulpepper Family Festival. This version, interpreted by Bad Hats Co-Artistic Director Fiona Sauder (who also plays the title role) and Reanne Spitzer, is captivating audiences of all ages. From development to breweries to […]
Falen Johnson: So much of this festival is about opening & maintaining a dialogue. How do we continue to move down that path illustrated by Two Row Wampum after the gathering is over?
Actor on the rise Joseph Zita makes his Soulpepper debut in the world premiere of Picture This, a comedy by Morris Panych and Brenda Robins, 2 of the creatives behind the award-winning hit Parfumerie
Antigonish-raised, Toronto-based Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster’s virtuosity, versatility and sympathy extend off stage and in various directions.
What’s the secret to Hailey Gillis’ success? “Expand yourself; fall in love with the world around you; take risks; work really, really, really hard.” Add to this her sublime voice!