Review by Sayak, aka Young Scrooge You’ve read A Christmas Carol before. And you love it. Well, you’d better jump on the train and get your tickets NOW to Soulpepper’s stage version because it’s a beautiful take on the classic story! And if you don’t know A Christmas Carol, even better. Because […]
Review by Sayak, (2+2+2) x 2 years old (almost) On November 18, my family and I went to see Jacob Two-Two Meets the Hooded Fang at YPT. There’s only one phrase to describe this show . . . a whole lot of FUN! The Breakdown The 5 best things about this production of Jacob Two-Two: […]
YPT double-bill inspires doubly-thoughtful reviews of Baobab and Hana’s Suitcase from impressed 11 year-old
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.
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 […]