Posts Filed Under: “Canadian Stage”
A local theatre success breaks out in Kensington, while an internationally sourced show breaks conventions to critique theatrical "tourism".
Two celebrated Canadian artists spin tales on stage, with autobiographical details woven in, testing the stability of truth and memory.
Two new pieces use both of Canada's official languages to explore the challenges of connection.
The sixth annual Toronto Theatre Critics Awards, to be handed out on June 20, recognize the breadth and depth of theatre in the city.
Jordan Tannahill’s audacious pair of one-act plays brings Canadian Stage's season to a blazing conclusion.
The New York musical If/Then and the German comedy Das Ding provoke speculation, laughs, and disappointment.
Actor Paul Sun-Hyung Lee (briefly) swaps his role as a lovable Korean shopkeeper for that of a troubled Chinese dissident in Canadian Stage’s epic political thriller.
The Toronto actress and her director, Jennifer Tarver, discuss their 1950s take on Ibsen’s dangerous housewife.
Two plays, the comic Domesticated and the tragic Nirbhaya, force us to consider how men treat women.
Cliff Cardinal's Huff is a heartbreaker, while Lisa Dwan's Beckett Trilogy gives great mouth.
The House of Cards star is reliably appealing, but even she can’t save this misconceived production of a hit British play.
Canadian Stage's The Other Place turns a case of dementia into a psychological thriller.
Crow's Theatre stages an insightful and beautifully acted version of Chekhov's classic.
The fast-rising Toronto actor-playwright dishes on The Seagull and her Stratford and New York debuts.
The funny, strange, and haunting shows that won us over this past year.
With its dual-medium production and liberal use of film noir stereotypes, Canadian Stage’s latest play looks a bit too familiar.
Toronto theatre company Necessary Angel's tribute to the songwriting genius of Charles Aznavour aims high but falls short.
Our theatre picks for the upcoming season.