10 Toronto shows we can't wait to see this season
Preview by Lauren Gillett • September 1, 2014
Jeff Lillico gets his hands on the role of a lifetime playing piano prodigy Glenn Gould
Interview by Lauren Gillett • August 25, 2014
Joseph Ziegler and Nancy Palk star as a mature Romeo and Juliet in Soulpepper's poignant production
Review by Lauren Gillett • August 22, 2014
Soulpepper revives Molière's crafty comedy
Review by Lauren Gillett • August 18, 2014
Interview

Q&A: Ashkenaz Festival | Lilith, The Night Demon in One Lewd Act

Yiddish opera singer Anthony Russell talks about his role in Veretski Pass's edgy new folk opera at the Ashkenaz Festival
Posted by Lauren Gillett • August 26, 2014
Interview

Q&A: Tartuffe

Oliver Dennis gives us a behind-the-scenes peek at Soulpepper's Tartuffe
Posted by Lauren Gillett • August 17, 2014
SummerWorks Performance Festival

And Now, The End

Apocalypse looms in this darkly moving musical at the SummerWorks Performance Festival
Posted by Lauren Gillett • August 10, 2014
Toronto Fringe Festival

Everything Is Fine

It's all good according to these Second City Conservatory graduates performing at the Toronto Fringe Festival
Posted by Annie Hodgins • July 13, 2014
Toronto Fringe Festival

Punch Up

Kat Sandler strikes comedy gold with this devastatingly funny Toronto Fringe show
Posted by Lauren Gillett • July 11, 2014
Review

Disney's The Little Mermaid Jr.

Lower Ossington Theatre splashes out with Disney's underwater musical for young audiences
Posted by Victoria Bégin • August 19, 2014
SummerWorks Performance Festival

YARN

Alex Eddington unravels his soul in this offbeat solo show at SummerWorks
Posted by Lauren Gillett • August 10, 2014
Preview

SummerWorks 2014

5 shows to watch this at this year's SummerWorks Performance Festival
Posted by Lauren Gillett • August 6, 2014
Toronto Fringe Festival

Toronto, I Love You

Bad Dog Theatre Repertory Players show off their improv prowess at the Toronto Fringe
Posted by Lauren Gillett • July 11, 2014
Toronto Fringe Festival

Chasing Margaret Flatwood

Theatre Awakening serves up rich literary satire at the Toronto Fringe Festival
Posted by Lauren Gillett • July 8, 2014