We round-up shows on stage returning due to popularity and critical acclaim.
Young journalist William Lyon Mackenzie King describes the “foreigners who live in Toronto.”
An eclectic line-up of activists, writers, and musicians appearing as guest monologists for their new all star show.
Theatre that tackles questions of authenticity, morality, and connections.
Tonight's world premiere of ISO: Tall Cans, Tokens, and Compassion may have a (donated) red carpet, but admission will be free.
Toronto will be playing the role of (drum roll!) Washington, DC!
Revisit stories of the people impacted by Toronto's 1981 bathhouse raids, which ignited Canada's queer rights movement.
Musical theatre fans can choose between the church of punk rock, or the Church of Latter Day Saints (both feature cuss words).
Tour the city through the eyes of five Toronto-based artists.
This year's event features a Degrassi reunion with five original cast members.
Battles between ultra-Protestant Orangemen and local Irish Catholics earned Toronto a reputation as the Belfast of North America.
The 39th annual Martian Awareness Ball has moved to the Garrison this year.
Guest speakers on how to mobilize against Trump and support people living in poverty.
Two new (to Toronto) plays address the difficulties the millennial generation has forming and maintaining relationships, and finding their first home.
In conversation with Brendan McMurtry-Howlett, founding member of Toronto's Shakespeare in the Ruff
Now and Then explores the stories behind Toronto’s historical plaques and monuments.
While there may be some talk about babies, it's going to be an adults only show.
Music veterans discuss how to stop Toronto's crisis of vanishing music venues tonight.