Posts Filed Under: “Factory Theatre”
Playwright Anusree Roy dug deep for this story of a seemingly thriving Canadian family coping with mental illness.
Genevieve Adam's play Deceitful Above All Things won an Emerging Artist award when it debuted at SummerWorks in 2015.
Trey Anthony's follow-up to her hit Da Kink in My Hair.
The sixth annual Toronto Theatre Critics Awards, to be handed out on June 20, recognize the breadth and depth of theatre in the city.
Ken Gass kicks off his second Canadian Rep season with a revisionist take on poet-lovers Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning.
We check out the 10 plays on offer at the Toronto Fringe's winter showcase.
Adam Lazarus's dark satire strikes a chord in the wake of Toronto's municipal election.
Phase one of the theatre's renovation project will make the venue more accessible, but not more soundproof.
Last year's SummerWorks hit returns with the same cautionary tale about the Toronto real estate market's many risks.
Do You Want What I Have Got? A Craigslist Cantata—a musical created from ads on Craigslist—delivers joy, sadness, and a whole lot of creeps.
The company, recently plagued by controversy, opens a new chapter with a play that goes back to Nina Lee Aquino's roots.
In today's Urban Planner: evening Hymns and Sean Frey mix music and projection art, finding happiness with modern Buddhism, Sidney York sneak previews a new album, and Do You Want What I Have Got? A Craigslist Cantata opens at Factory Theatre.
Nominated for: losing their community's trust.
David Cronenberg's early classic is set in Toronto, and it's not hard to tell.
Today: the annual fall Bibliobash, My Second Smile at the Factory Theatre, and Tap Dogs come to Toronto for a limited time.
If you've been having a hard time tracking the ongoing Factory Theatre crisis, here's a recap of recent developments—and why one of our own theatre critics has decided to join the boycott.
Late last week, news broke that Ken Gass, who founded Factory Theatre and returned to save it decades later, had been summarily fired by its current board of directors. We spoke to the director and producer about the conflict that led to his dismissal, and the firestorm it's ignited.
Newfoundland's Artistic Fraud brings the true story of Lanier Phillips, a black Navy man saved by the women of the coastal town of St. Lawrence, to Toronto in a well-intentioned but uneven production.