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Seven young vocalists look to make names for themselves at the Canadian Opera Company's annual singing competition.
Studio 180's NSFW satirizes skin mags, while Tarragon's Sextet finds harmony in erotic discord.
Tapestry Opera's artistic director Michael Mori talks about marrying opera with food in the Distillery District.
Two recently opened plays, Actors Repertory Company's Moment and Soup Can Theatre's Circle Jerk, make for intimate theatre-going experiences.
Spoon River and The Four Horsemen Project turn classic and avant-garde poems into thrilling theatre.
A brilliant art forger bares his soul in Tarragon Theatre’s The Bakelite Masterpiece.
Check out our Halloween theatre roundup, featuring all the fairies, demons, and puppets you can handle.
Adam Lazarus's dark satire strikes a chord in the wake of Toronto's municipal election.
Jordan Tannahill's funny, haunting new play focuses on the dark secrets of troubled suburban teens.
With its dual-medium production and liberal use of film noir stereotypes, Canadian Stage’s latest play looks a bit too familiar.
Sheila Heti's quirky indie hit will kick off World Stage's 2015 season at the Harbourfront Centre Theatre
b current's afteRock Plays bring two promising solo shows to Buddies in Bad Times Theatre.
Toronto theatre company Necessary Angel's tribute to the songwriting genius of Charles Aznavour aims high but falls short.
Though at time it's heavy-handed, this modern interpretation of Ibsen's classic is engaging and vital.
Apparently age cannot wither the 400-year-old tome, nor custom stale its infinite variety.
When you walk into the Grand Chapiteau venue, you're entering a bizarro steampunk contortionist dream.
The annual theatre festival is over for another year—here's what we'll remember most about SummerWorks 2014.
Wondering what to check out at the festival? We review some of this year's can't-miss performances.