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Looking for some eerie entertainment this Halloween? We'd recommend checking out these four frightfully fun shows. 'Tis the season to be terrified!

1) Evil Dead - The Musical...

"I'd rather learn from one bird how to sing than teach ten thousand stars how not to dance." ― E.E.Cummings

The Global Cabaret Festival’s seventh annual celebration of music and theatrical excellence kicked off on Thursday night with...

After premiering in Vancouver in March, and touring Europe with stops in Munich and Edinburgh this past summer, ...

Alchemy takes a monstrous form in Frankenstein's Boy, a haunting story stitched together by Toronto's master of Halloween theatre, Eric Woolfe. Now playing at the Red Sandcastle Theatre, Frankenstein...

After a successful turn directing Canadian Stage's modern production of The Taming of the Shrew in High Park this past summer, director Ted Witzel is back at the helm of the company's latest show, a new production of Sarah Berthiaume's play...

Words and movement come together beautifully in Theatre Rusticle's Dinner at Seven-Thirty, a physical memory play inspired by Virginia Woolfe's 1931 novel The Waves, now playing...

Following the September opening of The Flood Thereafter, a second play by Québécois playwright Sarah Berthiame opened at the Berkeley Street Theatre last week as part of Canadian Stage's 2013/14 season.

Written in 1973, Alan Ayckbourn's The Norman Conquests is a trilogy of plays about an adulterous weekend gone wrong as seen from three separate parts of a country home....

Theatre Lab co-artistic directors Omar Hady and Michael Orlando are fatigued but alert as they prepare to unveil You Can Sleep When You're Dead, a collaborative theatre experience taking over the historic Campbell House Museum this Halloween.

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...