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Truth or Dare Play Toronto

Truth or Dare Play Toronto

Lindsay Mullan and Jamie Northan brought their improve show “Truth or Dare” to Toronto. Having performed at once very popular Bad Dog Theatre on Oct. 1 and Oct. 3, Mullan and Northan did the easiest (one might think) thing there…

Art Of Building A Bunker- Factory Theatre Toronto

Art Of Building A Bunker- Factory Theatre Toronto

Art Of Building A Bunker- Factory Theatre Toronto The Art Of Building A Bunker was an unexpected shocking pleasure, to say the least. Guillermo and Adam teamed together to pen the 1.5 hour theatrical performance based on our subconscious prejudice…

DanceWorks: Marie France Forcier Tracey Norman

DanceWorks: Marie France Forcier Tracey Norman

DanceWorks: Marie France Forcier Tracey Norman DanceWorks presents the world premieres of Marie France Forcier’s Scars are All the Rage and Tracey Norman’s what goes between Get VIZ of world premieres by Toronto indie favourites exploring loss and transformation   WHAT :…

Tarragon Theatre presents Abyss by Maria Milisavljevic

Tarragon Theatre presents Abyss by Maria Milisavljevic

Tarragon Theatre presents Abyss by Maria Milisavljevic Get VIZ of poetic thriller about a missing woman and Europe’s underground WHAT: Karla Richter, 24, a loving and trusting young woman goes missing. The police and papers ignore the disappearance, leaving her…

Tarragon Theatre Toronto “Waiting Room”

Tarragon Theatre Toronto “Waiting Room”

Tarragon Theatre Toronto “Waiting Room” Tarragon Theatre presents the world premiere of Waiting Room by Diane Flacks Directed by Richard Greenblatt Starring Ari Cohen, Michelle Monteith, Jordan Pettle, Warona Setshwaelo, Jane Spidell, Jenny Young Photo Cylla-von-Tiedemann Tarragon Theatre proudly presents…

Theatre: A Slight Ache, 2012 Toronto Fringe Festival

Theatre: A Slight Ache, 2012 Toronto Fringe Festival

Theatre: A Slight Ache, 2012 Toronto Fringe Festival   Past Reviews From 2012 Red Rabbit Theatre Productions presents Harold Pinter’s early masterpiece, A Slight Ache (1958), at the 2012 Toronto Fringe Festival. The play is typically Pinteresque: two people in…

Canadian Rep Theatre Toronto How Do I Love Thee

Canadian Rep Theatre Toronto How Do I Love Thee

Canadian Rep Theatre Toronto How Do I Love Thee In February, 2015, Canadian Rep Theatre presents the Toronto premiere of Florence Gibson MacDonald’s How Do I Love Thee?, directed by Ken Gass, at Berkeley Street Upstairs Theatre. Penned by the author…

Alumnae Theatre Blood Relations

Alumnae Theatre Blood Relations

Alumnae Theatre Blood Relations TORONTO—Alumnae Theatre continues our 2014-2015 season with Sharon Pollock’s Governor General’s award-winning play Blood Relations January 23-February 7, 2015. Pollock’s play takes us on a psychological journey, bringing the past to life in a search for…