Posts Filed Under: Shakespeare
Today: Voices of Industry celebrates its website's relaunch, Antony and Cleopatra premieres at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, and Toronto Geek Trivia goes down at The Charlotte Room.
Driftwood Theatre brings their most ambitious project to date, an a capella musical version of A Midsummer Night's Dream, to Toronto's east end.
The oldest outdoor theatre event in Canada celebrates 30 years with an old favourite and contemporary twists.
Local troupe meets the challenges of success at Best of Fringe.
At the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, choreographer Kevin O'Day stages Hamlet without all the "words, words, words."
Shoppers join sermons, Shakespeare, singers, and skaters as part of the eclectic history of Maple Leaf Gardens.
Rick Miller's international hit MacHomer is back in Toronto, and even after all these years, there still wasn't a boo-urns in the house.