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Jordan Tannahill’s audacious pair of one-act plays bring 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.
YPT’s family classic and the Coal Mine’s violent thriller have nothing in common—except terrific performances.
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.
Lisa Codrington's ocean-crossing comedy is an Alice in Wonderland with distinctly Caribbean and Canadian flavours.
Never mind Drake. The company taps into Prime Minister Trudeau's largesse for its new spring revue, The Hotline Always Blings Twice.
The Public Servant offers more laughs than enlightenment as it exposes the lives of Canada’s bureaucrats.
Improviser James Gangl and comedy troupe Sex T-Rex, both known better in comedy circles, are remounting scripted stage shows, and both will surprise theatre-goers.
At Buddies in Bad Times, Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas dish the dirt, while Soulpepper tackles terrorism with Albert Camus’s The Just.
The two popular actors charm and move us in their latest shows at Tarragon and Theatre Passe Muraille.
Soulpepper revisits David French’s hilarious and poignant comedy about making Canadian theatre.
The Campbell House becomes an Irish pub for Fly on the Wall Theatre's intoxicating production of Conor McPherson's Port Authority.
Lisa Horner and Nicola Lipman give memorable performances in the musical version of the Maysles Brothers’ classic documentary.
Kat Sandler’s latest black comedy finds the prolific Toronto playwright off her game.
Obsidian Theatre celebrates its 15th anniversary—and Black History Month—by paying homage to Sarah Baartman with the new play Venus’ Daughter.
Soulpepper Theatre’s Studio Series has smart fun with love, sex, race, and angry couples.
Two innovative indie theatre shows—Slip, a murder mystery, and One Night Only, an improvised musical—play with and subvert their genres.
The new Groundling Theatre Company brings Stratford Festival firepower to its inaugural Shakespeare production.