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Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber's musicals are known for being lavish, emotional, and filled with memorable songs. One of Webber's most famous shows is Jesus Christ Superstar, a bold rock opera that chronicles the...

Documentary theatre-maker Andrew Kushnir explores homophobia and homophobic violence in Jamaica in his latest piece Small Axe, opening this week at The Theatre Centre. Directed by Alan Dilworth, the show brings to the stage...

What sets the Baby Boomer generation apart from those before it? Born after World War II (specifically from 1946 to 1964), Boomers were shaped largely by the music, culture, and politics surrounding them in their formative years. In his solo production...

This season, Crow's Theatre tackles Robert Falls' contemporary adaptation of Anton Chekhov's tragicomic 1895 play The Seagull in partnership with Canadian Stage and The Company Theatre. Originally...

After a 12-year break from the stage, performer-turned-TDSB-teacher Tamsin Kelsey returns this season as the lead in the new Canadian Stage production of Sharr White's...

Patrick Garland’s 1990 adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s classic lecture A Room of One’s Own is beautifully recreated in an immersive theatre experience presented by Bloomsbury Collective at the Campbell House until November 24th....

Parenting is a tough gig, especially when it comes to dealing with other parents, as is hilariously demonstrated in French playwright Yasmina Reza’s cutthroat comedy God of Carnage, a Tony and Laurence Olivier...

Led by actor and director James Wallis, Shakespeare BASH'd is known for creating immersive, site-specfic productions of Shakespeare's work with a talented group of up-and-coming young artists in Toronto. The company's fun and daring shows have...

For their 16th season, Soulpepper has revived veteran Canadian playwright John Murrell’s Farther West, on stage now at the Young Centre for Performing Arts. Based on the life of May Buchanan...

The term "frenemy" comes to mind during Winners and Losers, a funny-turned-scathing staged converation between real-life pals James Long and Marcus Youssef, now on stage at the Berkeley Street Theatre. Presented by Crow's Theatre in association with Canadian Stage, the...