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The Second City's new mainstage show, Everything is Great Again, covers a range of timely topics, from US-Canadian relations to unaffordable housing and other "Millennial problems," in a...

Coal Mine Theatre closes another strong season this month with a nail-biting new production of Dennis Kelly's 2009 play Orphans, a tense exploration of violence in London following the 2005 bombings. The action could...

Aluna Theatre's Nohayquiensepa (No One Knows) gives voice to the nameless bodies found floating in the Magdalena river near the small Columbian town of Puerto Berrío.  Now on stage at Theatre Passe Muraille as part of ...

By Victoria Bégin

Presented by Theatre Sheridan...

Written by Marivaux
Directed by Matthew Jocelyn
Adapted and translated by Nicolas Billon
A Canadian Stage/Centaur Theatre co-production

What do you get when you mix women's magazine headlines with orgies, dead Facebook accounts, the United Nations and Rob Ford? The answer is a blend of sinfully entertaining sketches otherwise known as Live Long and Prosper...

Soulpepper's latest production of Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's You Can't Take It With You (1936) starts previews tomorrow, Thursday April 19. Directed by...

The crackle of static can be heard on a swinging 1930s record playing in the moments leading up to the first act of Soulpepper's You Can't Take it With You, on stage now at...

“Ever been to a cheerleading competition?” Bubbly blonde cheerleader Torrance (played by Kirsten Dunst) asks this question in Bring it On (2000), a movie that explores the rivalries associated with high school cheerleading. Now...

If a mother’s worst nightmare is having to bury her child, then a close second would have to be when that child, now all grown up, hands her the unflattering script he’s written based on his traumatic family experiences throughout the years. So you can imagine her reaction when he then says he...