Posts Filed Under: “Buddies in Bad Times Theatre”
Beloved past Rhubarb performances to be featured at launch party February 15.
Playwright Nick Green on dramatizing the life and contentious times of Toronto’s trail-blazing gay-rights journal.
At Buddies in Bad Times, Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas dish the dirt, while Soulpepper tackles terrorism with Albert Camus’s The Just.
Afghan actress Parwin Mushtael relives her struggle against extremist intolerance in Human Cargo’s The Road to Paradise.
The Naked Heart literary festival gives voice to the queer community in Toronto and beyond.
At Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, a would-be mass murderer bares his soul in the chilling but unilluminating The 20th of November.
b current's afteRock Plays bring two promising solo shows to Buddies in Bad Times Theatre.
The 2013 Dora Awards, for Toronto theatre, honoured all sorts of productions—but the night's big winner was Cinderella .
The artistic director of one of Toronto's best-known theatre companies says his latest show is drawing "shockingly" sparse crowds.
Toronto's annual critic-free festival of new theatrical creations is back for its 34th edition.
Today: Cinema Politica profiles the Doctors of the Dark Side, Megan Follows stars in The Penelopiad, and Nick Flanagan performs at The Joke Club.
Today: attend the launch party for City Voices: A Book of Monologues by Toronto Artists, or see the The Nutcracker, or A Christmas Carol.
Studio 180 revives last year's critically adored play set in New York City during the early days of the AIDS epidemic. Don't miss it, and don't forget the tissues.
Today: Voices of Industry celebrates its website's relaunch, Antony and Cleopatra premieres at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, and Toronto Geek Trivia goes down at The Charlotte Room.
Happening tonight: A Great and Fabulous Display of Realness, the Toronto Underground Cinema turns two years old; and multiple late-night dance parties.
Native Earth's adaptation of Eugene O'Neill's Desire Under the Elms features fine actors on a rich set, but a new focus on dispossession overlaid on O'Neill's Oedipal themes doesn't quite take root.
Tom and Gary's Decentralized Dance Party made its return to Toronto Wednesday night.
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