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This year's edition of the Next Stage Theatre Festival is here. We interviewed Julia Lederer, Tony Nappo, and Natasha Greenblatt about their shows.
In a one-man show based on his memoir of the same name, Anthony Rapp relives both the glory and pain he experienced while starring in Rent.
A grassroots book of monologues celebrates Toronto artists, with no help from government grants.
The bit-player and union activist's journey from Toronto to Broadway and Hollywood.
British theatre legend Miriam Margolyes brings her acclaimed one-woman show to Toronto for the first time, exploring Charles Dickens and the women who shaped him.
Nominated for: losing their community's trust.
National Theatre of the World wants audiences to "share and delight in how ridiculous it’s been to have him as our mayor."
Nominated for: ambition writ large.
Charles Dickens' classic story returns to Soulpepper to ring in the holiday season.
Haley McGee, the Virgin Mary in Theatre Columbus's walkabout Nativity story, talks about her solo work and her world travels.
A mother and son put the audience in the middle of an emotional dispute on the Tarragon stage, and it's good fun.
Calgary's Old Trout Puppet Workshop brings a visually dazzling, deep-thinking puppet show to Canadian Stage, but one still in need of some cohesion.
A new theatrical production goes in-depth on Toronto's taxi industry.
Ava Jane Markus talks about Outside the March's production of the dark fantasy play Terminus, which opened the first-ever Off-Mirvish Second Stage Series this past weekend.
The Theatre Centre winds down its residency at the Great Hall with memories of a shuttered amusement park.
Two absurdist shows are wowing audiences right now, on Toronto's biggest and smallest stages.
The legendary playwright and director discusses the 1953 absurdist political allegory, now on stage at the Bluma Appel Theatre.
Long-time fans will notice changes when they go the Exhibition Place "castle" for dinner and a joust.
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