Posts Filed Under: “Canadian Stage”
Think middle school was tough? Try middle life. Kristen Thomson's new play, Someone Else, reveals the identity crises of a comedian, a doctor, and a troubled teen.
The new play about a troubled marriage came about because of a harmonious union among its creators.
Calgary's Old Trout Puppet Workshop brings a visually dazzling, deep-thinking puppet show to Canadian Stage, but one still in need of some cohesion.
Two absurdist shows are wowing audiences right now, on Toronto's biggest and smallest stages.
The legendary playwright and director discusses the 1953 absurdist political allegory, now on stage at the Bluma Appel Theatre.
The Hofesh Shechter Company is a hard-hitting force combining rock music and dance, and blasts into Toronto with its must-see spectacle Political Mother.
The controversial play (sort-of-but-not-literally) about Stephen Harper is finally on stage. Here's a peek at the script.
The oldest outdoor theatre event in Canada celebrates 30 years with an old favourite and contemporary twists.
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.
The Pulitzer Prize–winning play about race and real estate in the United States makes a Canadian debut that'll have you laughing as you cringe. Linging?
In today's UP: your last chance to see a lot of plays, and your first chance to celebrate a lot of new albums.
A mash-up of Irish absurdist Samuel Beckett's plays and classical music inspired by his works is pleasantly unpleasant.
John Logan's Tony Award-winning play about Abstract Expressionist Mark Rothko gets its Canadian premiere.
As the first of three co-productions between Canadian Stage and The Company Theatre, The Test puts both the actors and the audience to, well, the test.