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An Afternoon with the Divine: Apocalypsis

Luminato closer Apocalypsis challenges the bounds of conventional theatre.

Photo courtesy of Luminato.

The foyer at the Sony Centre for Performing Arts was packed on Sunday afternoon as art lovers came to witness R. Murray Shafer’s Apocalypsis for its last performance. Coats came off, umbrellas were placed under the seats, and before the audience could even begin to imagine what the large box on stage would hold, the music and show literally took over the theatre. One by one, performers appeared in the rows and aisles, until the audience felt like an integral part of the narrative.

Keep reading: An Afternoon with the Divine: Apocalypsis


Photo Gallery: The Best of Pride 2015

A look back on Pride 2015 in photos.

"Toronto Pride 2015" - Photo by Maria Casacalenda from the Torontoist Flickr Pool

Torontonians partied extra hard this year for Pride Week—in part for the usual reasons, but also due to the U.S. Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage ruling. With the help of the Torontoist Flickr Pool, we took a look at some of the best photos and moments from a rainy, damp, and excellent Pride 2015.