Archive for 'Steve Fisher'
As summer's close nears, we focus on screenings, Shakespeare, food and art festivals, and booming beats—all outdoors.
We take a look at what worked and what didn't for the festival and its shows this year.
The return of annual music festivals Camp Wavelength and Mad Decent Block Party; the return of Sail-In Cinema and the Canadian National Exhibition; and the return of hit local comedies Life Records and Swordplay.
Musical collaborations, a mysterious hacker, and a YouTuber love triangle.
A live reading of The Cursed Child; re-live the Beatles at Maple Leaf Gardens; vegan food, community arts, and Shakespeare in our parks.
Get ready for SummerWorks.
Our picks for the best Toronto events to check out this week.
We take stock after 12 days of frenzied theatre going (and blowout partying in the Honest Ed's alley).
We've seen a third of the Toronto Fringe Festival's nearly 150 shows. Here's what we loved so far.
Our sixth-annual profile of talented female performers and writers in Toronto who don't always get the attention they deserve.
Kinky Boots, Butcher, and La Chasse Galerie earn nominations.
The sixth annual Toronto Theatre Critics Awards, to be handed out on June 20, recognize the breadth and depth of theatre in the city.
Lisa Codrington's ocean-crossing comedy is an Alice in Wonderland with distinctly Caribbean and Canadian flavours.
Improviser James Gangl and comedy troupe Sex T-Rex, both known better in comedy circles, are remounting scripted stage shows, and both will surprise theatre-goers.
They're not comics. Why are they producing some of Toronto's best sketch comedy?
Two innovative indie theatre shows—Slip, a murder mystery, and One Night Only, an improvised musical—play with and subvert their genres.
We saw all 10 shows running in the Next Stage Festival—from improv to dance, Greek tragedy to school drama.
Nominated for: bringing Pan-American culture to Toronto for PANAMANIA—and showcasing Toronto's cultural wealth to the world.