Justin Rutledge leads a scorching musical brigade in Canadian Stage’s red-hot production


By Lauren Gillett • November 18, 2012

A thoughtful and touching exploration of human potential

By Lauren Gillett • November 16, 2012

Red One Theatre introduces British playwright Penelope Skinner’s brilliant play to Toronto audiences

By Lauren Gillett • November 13, 2012

Jeremy Hutton directs a unique adaptation of Romeo and Juliet at Hart House Theatre

By Victoria Bégin • November 8, 2012

Soulpepper serves up scrumptious theatre for the soul with Alligator Pie

By Lauren Gillett • November 6, 2012

Soulpepper revives Beckett’s tragicomic Endgame at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts

By Lauren Gillett • November 3, 2012

Love lives intertwine in The Company Theatre’s seductive production

By Lauren Gillett • November 3, 2012

Art of Time Ensemble invades the stage again with a thrilling remount of The War of the Worlds

By Lauren Gillett • October 31, 2012

Maxim Gorky’s early 20th century drama takes the stage at Ryerson Theatre

By Victoria Bégin • October 28, 2012

Melody A. Johnson is a woman of many talents in Miss Caledonia

By Lauren Gillett • October 27, 2012