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The company, recently plagued by controversy, opens a new chapter with a play that goes back to Nina Lee Aquino's roots.
An adaption of the 1939 film is another example of the tricky relationship between the theatre and the silver screen.
The stealthy TVO icon braved adoring crowds to challenge Steve Paikin to a ping-pong match Wednesday night.
Wind chill got you down? Find refuge beside a fire at any of these fine drinking establishments.
Think middle school was tough? Try middle life. Kristen Thomson's new play, Someone Else, reveals the identity crises of a comedian, a doctor, and a troubled teen.
Filmmaker Mike Donis found an unexpected downtown living solution with cheap rent, great neighbours, and one heck of a waterfront view.
The new play about a troubled marriage came about because of a harmonious union among its creators.
Who in Toronto is going to be huge in 2013? Here are our educated guesses.
In a one-man show based on his memoir of the same name, Anthony Rapp relives both the glory and pain he experienced while starring in Rent.
A grassroots book of monologues celebrates Toronto artists, with no help from government grants.
Nominated for: homophobic slurs and frustrating non-apologies.
Nominated for: an astonishingly tone-deaf response to a tragic death.
British theatre legend Miriam Margolyes brings her acclaimed one-woman show to Toronto for the first time, exploring Charles Dickens and the women who shaped him.
Nominated for: weakening one of our national institutions.
Nominated for: ambition writ large.
Charles Dickens' classic story returns to Soulpepper to ring in the holiday season.
A mother and son put the audience in the middle of an emotional dispute on the Tarragon stage, and it's good fun.
Calgary's Old Trout Puppet Workshop brings a visually dazzling, deep-thinking puppet show to Canadian Stage, but one still in need of some cohesion.
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