Monday, October 15, 2018

Judas Noir is something new and exciting for Toronto theatre

BDB (Big Dreamers Brotherhood) Productions, a collective of seven Black artists including Leighton Alexander Williams, first produced Judas Noir last year at the Tarragon Theatre Extraspace.

‘Come From Away’ to play benefit performances in St. John’s, N.L.

The Toronto producer of the award-winning musical, “Come From Away,” says the show will play eight benefit performances in a concert version in St. John’s, N.L.


Kelly Thornton leaving Toronto's Nightwood Theatre to take over for retiring Steven Schipper

Embattled Soulpepper theatre names Weyni Mengesha new artistic director

Vancouver-born, Toronto-bred dramaturge takes reins as non-profit emerges from sexual harassment scandal

Montreal’s DynamO Théâtre Returns To YPT With A Unique Take On ROMEO AND JULIET

Young People's Theatre (YPT) welcomes back the exuberantly physical DynamO Théâtre with a unique take on Shakespeare's timeless classic. What If Romeo & Juliet... explores how Romeo & Juliet might have ended differently.

ASKING FOR IT Playwright Brings World Premiere Of WHAT I CALL HER To Crow’s...

Ellie Moon returns to Crow's Theatre with her sophomore play What I call her, directed by Sarah Kitz (winner of Crow's Theatre's 2017 RBC Emerging Director Prize).

Grand Theatre Presents Timothy Findley’s THE WARS

Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, the Grand Theatre will honour the sacrifices of our soldiers past and present with the Governor General Award-winning story, Timothy Findley's THE WARS

THE ENEMY Comes to Firehall Arts Centre in November

Adapted and directed by the Firehall Arts Centre's Artistic Producer Donna Spencer, The Enemy is a political drama with a plot that intertwines an ethically compromised antihero, political extremism, corruption, environmental activism and a lack of accountability for the destruction of a town.

These friends are 21, and were upset with Donald Trump. So they wrote a...

Trummp the Musical opens Thursday night at the Arts and Culture Centre

Artistic director Andy McKim takes his final bow at Theatre Passe Muraille

On June 1 2019, he will officially step down after 12 years as artistic director of the company, Toronto’s oldest alternative-venue theatre company.