Archive for 'Carly Maga'
Our theatre picks for the upcoming season.
Director Bruce McDonald shows his gentler side in this unconventional family drama.
TIFF not to your taste? Here's how to avoid anything festival-related, without all the FOMO.
In a fantasy version of Toronto, there are Orcs living in Yorkville and Gnomes living in the Junction.
A 360-degree look at an empty Honest Ed's, just before the store's 65th-birthday celebration.
A look into the life of one of the world's most infamous jewel thieves, now 81 years old.
The seventh-annual Luminato Festival will include homegrown and international talent, and a playful twist.
Some online poker players lost everything when the United States shut down their game sites. Toronto, it turns out, is providing a very appealing alternative.
The artistic director of one of Toronto's best-known theatre companies says his latest show is drawing "shockingly" sparse crowds.
Landlord disputes and increased rent are forcing a favourite Riverside haunt out of the community it helped build.
Two plays tackle family dynamics, to varying degrees of success: Theatre Smith-Gilmour's As I Lay Dying and fu-GEN's Ching Chong Chinaman.
Last year's SummerWorks hit returns with the same cautionary tale about the Toronto real estate market's many risks.
Graphic designer Rowan Caister wants to help Torontonians learn to be better citizens with an illustrated handbook.
Legendary actress Clare Coulter teams up with a team of young artists for an adaptation of Shakespeare's tragedy, King Lear.
A man's outlook on life is changed when he sees Anton Chekhov's The Three Sisters, but his story is too long and too late.
A double bill full of domestic drama from Hannah Moscovitch, Canada's most in-demand playwright, reveals her strengths and weaknesses.
Two takes on celebrated pieces of theatre—Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead and Bruce Norris' Clybourne Park—still resonate in Toronto.