Archive for 'Steve Fisher'
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.
Nominated for: explaining racism and cultural appropriation to the ignorant and obstinate.
Nominated for: demanding cultural festivals include their name as a condition of sponsorship—and then dropping said sponsorship.
Our (sort-of) sober consideration of the funniest shows of the past year.
Looking back on a memorable year of inventive, thought-provoking, and gloriously kinky theatre.
We check out the festive fare lighting up the city’s stages (and the Don Valley, too).
There's a dizzying number of ideas shoehorned into British playwright Howard Barker's play—and number of actors into the Storefront Theatre's intimate playing space.
The final play in The Theatre Centre's November Ticket triptych is its most intimate look at grief and loss–and the most optimistic.
In the midst of Toronto's busiest theatre season, we look at two short run shows: an adaptation of German tragicomedy Casimir and Caroline, and new sketch show F*#% IT.
Your guide to the ceremonies and events happening across the city on November 11.
A comedy showcase has its finale, but the awards will continue, including new ones supported by Second City.