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These shows are bringing stage actors and improvisers closer together.
With unwanted hugs, giant dildos, and Perez Hilton,
National Lampoon Presents: Full House the Musical! A Tanner Family Parody! shocks without a discernible message.
In honour of the Toronto Burlesque Festival, which begins tonight, we take a look at the world of bartop burlesque.
The concert series for musicals in development aims to cultivate audiences as well as new shows, and use them to fine tune potential hits in the making.
The Last Wife offers a compelling contemporary take on Henry VIII, while Love’s Labour’s Lost gets a LOL revival.
Our critics round up the must-see selections of this year's late-summer showcase.
Ladies and gentlemen, we bring you one of the 19th century's finest novelty acts!
Torontonians can get lots of exercise with their art in "experiential" theatre shows like
It Comes in Waves and Monday Nights.
A budding star finds opportunities on stage and screen in 1950s Toronto.
This year's offerings from The Stratford Festival are gut-wrenching in sometimes the right way, and sometimes in the very, very wrong way.
The Crow's Theatre/Porte Parole co-production
The Watershed is something we can be proud to put on the international stage of Panamania.
The Watershed goes beyond ideologies to grapple with Canada’s environmental challenges in the 21st century.
Look, they can't all be winners.
We've got 10 good reasons to consider seeing dozens of the short and scrappy shows at this year's Toronto Fringe Festival.
One show went on to Broadway; others barely enlivened their stages.
A pioneer in interactive gaming and theatre, the UK's Blast Theory arrives in Toronto for the world premiere of
My One Demand at Luminato.