Archive for 'Steve Fisher'
We talked to the busy comic/producer/nurse about her Things Black Girls Say show, the SheDot Festival, and how her material about being a mom might be the thing comedy bros find most uncomfortable.
Three local theatre companies premiere new work (though not quite a new play) by renowned playwright John Patrick Shanley.
The Howland Theatre Company packs their studio space with a remount of TJ Dawe and Rita Bozi's innovative card-based show.
Our recap of the local talent showcase (and its corresponding laffs).
The stories and music come from other places and times, but Canadian companies make two musicals their own, and for the better.
This stage adaptation of Trey Parker's student film and cult hit dines on the talent of the locally based comic ensemble.
There's charm and lust in this production, though the cruel intentions aren't razor sharp.
Project: Humanity's verbatim theatre piece examining homophobia and racism—and the ways they intersect— steps boldly outside the format's usual bounds.
A look at some of the actors, artists, activists, and public figures who will be making news in 2015.
We check out the 10 plays on offer at the Toronto Fringe's winter showcase.
The acts and shows we still chuckle about when we think back on the past year.
The funny, strange, and haunting shows that won us over this past year.
Nominated for: leading Bad Dog Theatre to its new home in Toronto's "comedy corridor."
Nominated for: creating performance art for all ages and incomes.
Toronto stages serve up festive fare for a wide variety of tastes this holiday season.
Here are a few ways to get your cheer on this holiday season.
Every night in Toronto, there's a comedy show worth seeing. We went to a week's worth of long-running shows to see why they've lasted a decade or more.
The Motherf**ker With the Hat and Human Furniture are two plays that look at status and honesty in adult relationships.