Canadian soul music promoters mark 15 years with favourites like The Souljazz Orchestra, Maylee Todd, and The Soul Motivators.
Two new Toronto-born and adults-only plays, S H E E T S and The Emancipation of Ms. Lovely, explore issues of sexuality, intimacy, and identity.
The rising star comedian has a three night stand in Toronto, supported by sterling local acts.
Guillermo del Toro's gothic and creepy period romance used local Victorian-era locales to haunting effect.
Author and storyteller Ivan Coyote talks about the book adaptation of their play Tomboy Survival Guide.
Lauren Bride curates tonight's edition of Trampoline Hall.
Now and Then explores the stories behind Toronto’s historical plaques and monuments.
Toronto's Grace Buchanan-Dineen's life of intrigue and espionage in Detroit.
Fluffy free-for-all at the forecourt!
Native Earth presents two new dance pieces by Indigenous choreographers and performers.
The "all things hydrological" film festival runs to Sunday.
Second City's new show classes up the stage without losing previous shows' bite; Stupidhead dreams up laugh out loud singing stand-up.
Government watch organization Samara Canada hosts a panel discussion tonight on the health and stability of our democratic institutions.
Several of Comedy Bar's top acts are collaborating on a fundraiser for The Haven, a Toronto drop-in.
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.