Posts Filed Under: Bad Dog Theatre
24 hours of unscripted entertainment, including a musical, a seance, and a trilingual set, to support Bad Dog Theatre Company's diversity programming.
A live reading of The Cursed Child; re-live the Beatles at Maple Leaf Gardens; vegan food, community arts, and Shakespeare in our parks.
Our sixth-annual profile of talented female performers and writers in Toronto who don't always get the attention they deserve.
Our (sort-of) sober consideration of the funniest shows of the past year.
These shows are bringing stage actors and improvisers closer together.
An all-female, feminist live reading of Entourage kicks off Bad Dog Theatre's new Women Playing Men series.
Bad Dog Theatre's Combustion Festival brings improvisers from across the continent (and further) to try out new formats and cross-pollinate their art.
The acts and shows we still chuckle about when we think back on the past year.
Nominated for: leading Bad Dog Theatre to its new home in Toronto's "comedy corridor."
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.
Our fourth annual profile of talented female performers and writers in Toronto who don't always get the attention they deserve.
Our third annual profiling of some talented performers and writers in Toronto who don't always get quite the attention they deserve.
In today's Urban Planner: anniversaries for Loving in the Name Of, Cash for Toronto, Globehead, and Theatresports; last-chance theatre; and late night shows from Rapp Battlez and people you've "seen on TV!"
In today's Urban Planner: the Gladstone Hotel celebrates Black History Month; Dwayne Morgan at Harbourfront Centre's Authors series; a last-chance theatre round-up; and the Globehead Tournament begins.
Nominated for: speaking up when she didn't need to.
Alice Moran, co-star and co-writer of Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody, talks about her work on the comedic musical, women's rights, and other things.
Dungeons and Dragons Live brings tabletop role-playing out of the basement and into Comedy Bar.
Today: Dungeons and Dragons live on stage, Bookclub-in-a-Box wants you to meet author Joshua Henkin, and things heat up at the Rochester.