Posts Filed Under: “Next Stage Theatre Festival”
Wondering what to see at the Next Stage Theatre Festival? Here are our thoughts on all 10 productions.
In today's Urban Planner: chickens, dentures, and laughter at Trampoline Hall; Second City's touring company bids adieu to its musical director; and the Next Stage Theatre Festival.
This year's edition of the Next Stage Theatre Festival is here. We interviewed Julia Lederer, Tony Nappo, and Natasha Greenblatt about their shows.
In today's Urban Planner: get your hockey fix with the Toronto Marlies, John Hastings starts a five-night stint at Yuk Yuk's, and Throne of Games at The Next Stage Theatre Festival.
Nominated for: speaking up when she didn't need to.
This weekend: make waves at the boat show, enjoy some warm winter fun at Colborne Lodge, cut loose at Static Zine's fundraiser, catch the Next Stage Theatre Festival before it closes, and lots more.
In today's (lucky) Urban Planner: art supporting other art—literally—at G Gallery; Levi MacDougall returns to Hogtown; the Festival of New Formats hits get encores; The Wrecking Ball mashes up readers and rockers; Rich Aucoin Lives at the Drake (one night only); and A Soul (Winter Party).
There's nearly a week left in the Next Stage Theatre Festival, and 10 shows chosen to represent the best in Canadian indie theatre. Here are the standouts.
To do today: Michael Ondaatje on adapting his work for the stage; Trampoline Hall on worms and cults; Next Stage continues celebrating theatre; and Second City, the newbie edition.
In today's UP: Brides brides brides; comedy experiments at the Festival of New Formats, like rappers and kalimba players doing improv; The Balconies and friends celebrate Audio Blood's third anniversary with classic rock tunes; the Songbird cabaret series re-imagines Madonna; and the Next Stage Theatre Festival continues.
In today's Urban Planner: a free screening of a film about the journey of the monarch butterfly; the Next Stage Theatre Festival kicks off; and mesmerizing explorations on World Hypnotism Day.
The festival starts tomorrow night, and these are the shows we're most excited to check out.