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Beauty and the Beast to Toronto in a remount that tries to be the mirror image of the previous Disney and Broadway versions. Which is delightful, if you're six.
The 2012 Toronto Fringe Festival opens today. Here are
Torontoist's must-see shows.
The first-ever New Traditions Music and Art Festival brought collaboration and creativity to the Island. And, hopefully, some new traditions that will stick around.
The brief life of C Channel, Canada's arts and culture pay-TV service.
The Canadian premiere of New York playwright Rajiv Joseph's romcom with a twist. Or, should we say, a sprain.
Eric Peterson becomes the grandpa we all wish we had in Soulpepper's
You Can't Take It With You.
A brash 17th century farce seems a fitting end to Canadian Stage's 2011/2012 season—which shows just how far Matthew Jocelyn has taken the company.
A staged adaptation of Marina Nemat's acclaimed memoir
Prisoner of Tehran just can't do justice to the story.
This family comedy straddles morality and cultures, but gets lost in the journey.
On now at The Theatre Centre, Free Fall '12 is a festival that celebrates theatre "without a net."
Mikaela Dyke's acclaimed verbatim play
Dying Hard brings touching stories from rural Newfoundland to the big city of Toronto. And it's about time.
The sixth annual "festival of creativity" announces its plans.
The Tennessee Williams Project is pairing independent theatre companies with a familiar name, but in unfamiliar territory.
Tarragon Theatre's latest production turns the 15th century Perrault folktale,
Bluebeard, into a comment on modern day morality.
An all-star cast and inventive storytelling combine art and journalism in Crows Theatre's