Soup Can Theatre's Sarah Thorpe reinvents Joan of Arc in bold new solo show
Interview by Lauren Gillett • April 7, 2015
Hannah Moscovitch's new play explores the elusive nature of time and love
Review by Lauren Gillett • April 4, 2015
Enchanting musical love story returns to Toronto featuring an all-Canadian cast
Review by Jennifer Harvey • March 1, 2015

Q&A: Sheridan College's Canadian Music Theatre Project Presents Brantwood: 1920-2020

Mitchell Cushman and Julie Tepperman on creating the largest production of immersive, site-specific musical theatre in Canadian history
Posted by Lauren Gillett • April 13, 2015

Soulpepper Studio Series

Soulpepper presents two spiritual solo shows this season
Posted by Lauren Gillett • March 23, 2015

Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike

Chekhov's characters are cleverly reimagined in Christopher Durang's playful comedy
Posted by Lauren Gillett • March 20, 2015

Miss Julie

Liv Ullmann directs Jessica Chastain and Colin Farrell in vivid film adaptation of Strindberg's classic play
Posted by Lauren Gillett • March 12, 2015

Q&A: 52 Pick-Up

Co-directors Courtney Ch'ng Lancaster and Paolo Santalucia on remounting The Howland Company's hit Fringe show
Posted by Lauren Gillett • March 5, 2015

Q&A: Infinity

Hannah Moscovitch gets personal about her scientific play at Tarragon Theatre
Posted by Lauren Gillett • March 24, 2015

A Woman Is A Secret

John Patrick Shanley embraces the puzzle of love in his captivating new play
Posted by Annie Hodgins • March 22, 2015

Cake and Dirt

Daniel MacIvor's new play digs into Toronto's upper crust
Posted by Lauren Gillett • March 15, 2015

Harper Regan

Molly Parker returns to the stage in Simon Stephens' unsettling drama
Posted by Lauren Gillett • March 8, 2015

Faulty Towers The Dining Experience

A comic feast served with a side of nostalgia
Posted by Lauren Gillett • March 4, 2015