Archive for 'Steve Fisher'
Nominated for: defunding the Rhubarb Festival.
Nominated for: leading the indie theatre charge in its very first year.
Ten appropriately spooky Toronto theatrical productions to check out this Halloween season. (And none of them are Rocky Horror.)
The JFL42 comedy festival is over for the year. Here's a rundown of the acts that impressed us most.
Local funnyman and SiriusXM Next Top Comic competitor Chris Locke talks about the JFL42 festival, and how marriage has (and hasn't) changed his act.
There was music and pandemonium at the opening ceremonies of the 25th Toronto Fringe Festival.
Our third annual profiling of some talented performers and writers in Toronto who don't always get quite the attention they deserve.
The 2013 Dora Awards, for Toronto theatre, honoured all sorts of productions—but the night's big winner was Cinderella .
Luminato 2013's performing-arts offerings include international stars and local talent.
This year's fest will bring rockers both old and new to Toronto's stages.
The Bicycles released a new album Thursday night at Lula Lounge, with special guests Hooded Fang, and The Magic.
Today: free lunchtime dance from Ballet Creole, Miranda Mulholland starts a month-long residency at Cameron House, TV Trivia Night takes on Seinfeld, and much more.
Happening today: Trampoline Hall tackles hoarding, Unknown Mortal Orchestra returns to Toronto, and The Illustrated Men start a comedy residency.
In today's Urban Planner: Clybourne Park and Rhubarb wrap up, while the Laws of Motion launches; tunes and grub at Academy of Lions General Store, Polyhaus, and Caplansky's; and birthday girl Rhiannon Archer's stand-up weekend.
In today's Urban Planner: a 10-year celebration of Studio 180's The Laramie Project, Veda Hille at the Music Gallery, and a Julian Richings retrospective.
In today's Urban Planner: anniversaries for Loving in the Name Of, Cash for Toronto, Globehead, and Theatresports; last-chance theatre; and late night shows from Rapp Battlez and people you've "seen on TV!"
Today: Dave Meslin loves democracy, and you should too; The Weather Station loves singing with friends; Claire, From the Bus loves Ralph (and it scares him); improvisers love White Rhino; and Doldrums and pals love partying late.
Today: the CBC begins its Canada Reads debates; a lecture on Damien Hirst; and shows by The Maccabees, Kishi Bashi, and Graydon James and Laura Spink.