Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Colin Mochrie returns to where it all began

The master of improvisational comedy, Colin Mochrie, is probably best known for his work on...

Theatre review: Mamma Mia! is the perfect summer addiction

Few shows are as unrelentingly positive as Mamma Mia!. With a book by Catherine Johnson,...

Probability toys with the ripple effect in a non-linear story

The 2018 rEvolver Theatre Festival gets underway at The Cultch next week, featuring eleven mainstage shows, and...

Live with the company of Aeriosa’s Second Nature

Vertical dance company, Aeriosa, returns to the theatrical stage for the first-time in seven years...

New multidisciplinary work is a response to the contemporary rise of fascism

Featuring eleven mainstage shows, and an array of free and by-donation events, the 2018 rEvolver...

Theatre review: True West fails to reach its boiling point

It is easy to see why Sam Shepard’s True West is the darling of young...

Les Filles Du Roi (The King’s Daughters) shifts perspective on Canadian history

From the creator of the ground-breaking Children of God, Corey Payette joins forces with Julie McIsaac,...

Exploring the shades of grey and contradictions of sexual abuse

Upintheair Theatre presents twelve days of new works by Canadian artists at the 2018 rEvolver Theatre Festival,...

Surviving the apocalypse with Kitt & Jane

The 2018 edition of the rEvolver Theatre Festival gets underway later this month, as Upintheair presents twelve...

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