Tuesday, December 11, 2018

⚓ Theatre legend Robert Lepage gets personal with 887

Originally commissioned as part of Panamania, the arts and culture arm of 2015’s Pan Am Games, Robert Lepage’s 887 immediately became a sensation of its own. Also on the Top Ticket, Aparna Nancherla at Comedy Bar and World Stage Redux at Harbourfront Centre.

Meat Loaf says Bat Out of Hell musical will ‘set a new standard on...

A classic album by Meat Loaf is coming to the Canadian stage later this year when Bat Out of Hell: The Musical hits Toronto.

Eat, Buy, Repeat is holiday fun with an edge

Eat, Buy, Repeat Created by the cast and director. Directed by Leslie Seiler. Until Jan. 5 at Second City Toronto, 51 Mercer St. SecondCity.com...

Civic Theatres Toronto announces inaugural 2018/19 season

From Local to Global - Reflecting the Communities in our City - Presenting artists from 11 countries on 5 continents - 150+ performances in 7 theatres

Shaw Festival’s Sweeney Todd presents a Sondheim score at a high level: review

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by Hugh Wheeler, music directed by Jackie Maxwell. Until Oct....

London, Ont., school board restores funding for musical about gay prom date

After a week of backlash, London, Ont.'s Thames Valley District School Board has reversed its decision to drop funding for the Grand Theatre production of a musical about a gay student's fight to bring his date to the prom.

MIRVISH EXTENDS TORONTO RUN OF ‘COME FROM AWAY’ UNTIL NEXT JUNE

Mirvish Productions is giving theatregoers an extra nine weeks to catch the Tony-winning Canadian musical "Come From Away" in Toronto next year.

PlayME Announces Network With Leading Theatre Companies

Expect Theatre's PlayME - the podcast that transforms Canadian plays into audio dramas - announces the launch of the PlayME Network, a new broadcast arm that will partner with some of Canada's leading theatre companies from across the country.

HOW THE SOULPEPPER CASE CHANGED CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS WITHOUT GOING TO TRIAL

They may not have had their day in court, but the actresses who sued the Soulpepper Theatre Company and one of its co-founders over sexual harassment allegations succeeded in changing the company’s culture, legal experts say, showing the power of civil actions as a tool in the #MeToo movement.

Inclusive, innovative, international: A new vision for Edmonton’s Citadel Theatre

The Citadel Theatre’s new artistic director Daryl Cloran announced his first season on Monday – and revealed what will be his three-word guiding vision...

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