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Roughly 1,000 people showed up to protest a federal budget bill's impact on Native communities.
Both of Toronto's major visual art institutions are hosting social nights with a nightclub vibe, but that's the only thing they have in common.
The Hofesh Shechter Company is a hard-hitting force combining rock music and dance, and blasts into Toronto with its must-see spectacle Political Mother.
Toronto's resident pop-up dancer, Phil Villeneuve, enjoys some summer jams at St. Lawrence Market.
The 2012 Toronto Fringe Festival opens today. Here are Torontoist's must-see shows.
The Toronto's Best High School Dance Crew finals were a celebration of movement, expression, and the life of a young dancer who inspired his peers.
The sixth annual "festival of creativity" announces its plans.
New yoga studio and dance space are open to the public in Regent Park.
This past weekend, Mayor Rob Ford made his stage debut at the National Ballet of Canada. But we ask, is he playing nice so companies will play it safe?
Over 300 Ontario theatre companies, from the fledgling to the famous, played their odds in the 2012 Toronto Fringe Festival Lottery.
Dancer and storyteller Meagan O'Shea's autobiographical show explores global warming and achieving inner peace. There's also laughter-powered lighting, stories of falling into a giant anthill, and embracing her really weird feet.
Alberta Ballet's show based on the music of Elton John and Bernie Taupin delivers on glitz and glamour but has little depth.
The art of the tease invades the Revival for an all-out Star Trek vs. Star Wars performance where clothing is the first casualty.