A documentary about the long-running, Brooklyn-based queer performance art collective Switch n’ Play will have its world premiere at Toronto’s Inside Out Film Festival.
Canada is storming back to the renowned Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August with five more productions in the hopes of building on last summer’s success stories.
Early years theatre, a European movement to create stage productions for audiences as young as 2 weeks old, comes to Toronto with WeeFestival, writes Karen Fricker.
Front Row Centre Players was front and centre at the 14th annual Calgary Community Theatre (CAT) Awards, which honour excellence in local community theatre.
Productions driven by women among the more thought-provoking works at festival running along the Queen West corridor.
At the theatre with . . . Joan Jamieson and Shelley M. Hobbs, who say they love the festival's sense of 'discovery'.
Warren P. Sonoda didn't even know he'd entered the Fringe lottery; his girlfriend and collaborator, Jen Pogue, entered for them.
The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival today announces the Festival Series lineup for this year’s TOsketchfest which will once again host over 60 sketch comedy...