The organizers of Toronto WordStage invite you to the next installment of our monthly series, which is on the second Thursday of each month until June. Our readers on April 10 are: Steven Michael Berzensky (a.k.a Mick Burrs),Â Jeff Cottrill, Donna Langevin, Dave Margoshes. The venue is Cervejaria at 842 College, just west of Ossington. The doors open at 7:00; the readings begin at 7:30. More »
Sometimes I think the modern theatre begins with Euripides. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week my lovely DRM300 students are presenting streamlined versions of two of his more strange plays … “Hecuba”, perhaps the grimmest of the tragedies .. and “Helen”, a surprising romantic More »
The twisted relationship satire stars Ryan Hollyman (A Good Idea, The Overcoat, Sparta) and Paolo Mancini (Jesus Hopped The A Train, GloryDays!, Cheapskate), and is directed by Courtenay Stevens (The Overcoat, Stratford, Autoshow). More »
Humber Theatre is pleased to announce that The Scattered Dust of Antigone will open at the Humber Studio Theatre on Friday, April 4, 2008. The Scattered Dust of Antigone is directed by Brad Krumholz and Tannis Kowalchuk of NACL Theatre and features Humberâ€™s third year students in the Theatre Performance program, with support from the students enrolled in the Theatre Production program. More »
ThÃ©Ã¢tre franÃ§ais de Toronto is pleased to end its 40th season with a new fun and up beat musical Et si on chantaitâ€¦ (Shall we sing?) by TfTâ€™s own Artistic Director Guy Mignault. This musical offering will be presented at the Berkeley Street Theatre from April 23 to May 10, 2008. More »
After a celebrated and profound 8-year exploration into the world of Anton Chekhov, Theatre Smith-Gilmour once again embraces the world of a writer through their short stories. More »
Death has invaded France. . . Its icy hand has seized the Count Rossilion and his acclaimed physician Gerard de Narbonne. The King himself clings tenuously to life…the country’s best physicians declare him incurable. But all is not lost!
Alchemy Theatre is pleased to present Shakespeare’ s All’s Well that Ends Well, directed by Hume Baugh. More »