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Soulpepper stages a classic choreopoem; the Combustion and Paprika Festivals launch, with opening workshops for minorities and youth; and summer music day festivals begin, with some flood complications.
New (here) productions from Company Theatre, Project: Humanity, and Soulpepper; panel discussions on hip-hop, and music in activism; music to support Hugh's Room, and more.
Seasonal shows from Second City, Soulpepper, and White Cowbell Oklahoma; album shows by Jordan Foisy, Tom Henry, and DIANA; festival offerings from Storefront Theatre and City of Craft.
What's going on this week? More than meets the eye.
Get ready for SummerWorks.
The sixth annual Toronto Theatre Critics Awards, to be handed out on June 20, recognize the breadth and depth of theatre in the city.
We check out the festive fare lighting up the city’s stages (and the Don Valley, too).
Our fifth-annual profile of funny female performers and writers in Toronto who don't always get the attention they deserve.
Soulpepper Theatre prepares for Easter with The Gospel According to Mark and
Subway Stations of the Cross.
The 2013 Dora Awards, for Toronto theatre, honoured all sorts of productions—but the night's big winner was
Skip the clichéd movies and cheesy haunted houses: come see what spooky tales Toronto theatres have to offer.
In today's Urban Planner: Soulpepper's
Sunshine Boys; the downtown edition of the Comedy Cabaret; and visiting R&B and hip-hop acts Twin Shadow and Aesop Rock.
In today's UP: Elise Legrow and Maylee Todd's sultry sounds at the Drake Underground; the thrumming sounds of lightsaber battles; and three possible Soulpepper shows, with a
Soulpepper brings a rarely (well)-produced theatre classic to the Young Centre.
On this unusually warm Monday: catch the remount of Fringe hit
Kim's Convenience, play some ironic bingo at the Garrison, laugh at Laughable comedy night, and explore as Design Week gets underway.
In today's UP: the Word Festival's 76 hours of Shakespeare & the King James Bible; (actual) Brothers of the Weird; Woody Allen's
Death: A Play is Arts & Lies' first stage baby; Greg Proops is Comedy Bar's 3rd anniversary guest; and Maylee & Pegwee Power fundraise to get to Europe.
In the days leading up to Halloween, plenty of Toronto theatre companies are producing shows aiming to shock, titillate, and unsettle you. Our round-up of spooky seasonal performances.
In today's Urban Planner: a new run for an old favourite at Soulpepper, new five-minute Opera Briefs at the season opener for Tapestry New Opera, and classic old soul jams from a new purpose-assembled band at A Soul.