C.E.S.A.R & CKLN’ Jazz Zone Presents
Jan 27th @ Oakham House (corner Gould & Church)
Come Spend An Evening with the
Katie Du Temple Trio
Jazz Zone Host Tien Providence
Setting Da Groove
MC Jean Hodgekinson More »
The Theatre Centre is thrilled to be able to offer you a rare opportunity to experience the breathtaking WHITE CABIN by the award-winning and internationally acclaimed Russian physical theatre company Akhe.
January 29 + 30, 2010 @ 8pm
To book: 416-538-0988
100-1087 Queen Street West More »
Noël Coward’s classic comedy HAY FEVER
Friday January 15 – Saturday January 30, 2010
directed by Kevin John McDonald.
There will be Talkback sessions with the cast and
director after Sunday matinee performance on January 24. More »
Come Tumbling Down
by Blain Watters
Presented by the All New, All Canadian Theatre in the Red
Inspired by their collective drive to nurture Canadian talent and fueled by deep seated passion for theatre, the members of Theatre in the Red have come together to present a tale of deception, intrigue, danger and unexpected romance. More »
Jan.15 7:30pm at the Tranzac, Southern Cross Room (front)
Rob Clutton – bass
Nick Fraser – drums/perc./recitation
Nilan Perera – guitar/voice
Wed. Jan.27 at the Tranzac (Main Hall) double bill starts 8pm
rEDwIREaRCHaNGEL – conducted freefunk ala electric Miles Davis
Bryant Didier – el. bass, Jesse Jevine/Simeon Abbott – keys, Germaine Liu/Mark Zurawinski – drums, Nilan Perera – guitar/conduction, Nicole Rampersaud – trumpet, JeremyStrachan – reeds, Richard Windeyer – live sampling, guest vox – Ronley Teper More »
Sundays in Jan. and Feb, 6pm at Somewhere There
Eve Egoyan – piano, Tilman Lewis – ‘cello, Nilan Perera – guitar/fx/preparations, Nicole Rampersaud – trumpet, Ronda Rindone – clarinets, Joe Sorbara – drums/percussion
n.b. please check www.soundlist.ca for updated info on attendance e.g. Eve will be away on the first Sunday.
A Kabarett with songs by Kurt Weill
International singing-acting sensation Canadian Bremner Duthie is thrilled to be returning to Toronto with his multiple award-winning Fringe hit Whiskey Bars. This incredible one-man show, written and performed by Duthie and featuring a selection of songs by the extraordinary Kurt Weill, runs every Tuesday from January 19th to March 2nd 2010 at the Bread and Circus. More »
Ben Todd: The Role of the Arts in Driving Sustainable Lifestyles
Dr. Ben Todd, executive director of Arcola Theatre, Britain’s groundbreaking green performance venue, will give the annual Wendy Michener Lecture at York University on January 14.
In his address, titled Humanizing the Science of Climate Change: The Role of the Arts in Driving Sustainable Lifestyles, Todd will discuss the leading edge of eco-arts production and performance, and its potential as a catalyst for changing awareness and behaviour around the most compelling environmental issue of our day. More »
Globehead, Bad Dog’s annual improv tournament, will see improvisers from all over the city gather to battle it out to see who takes home the coveted Globehead trophy. Not only that, but the 2009 Canadian Comedy Award-winning darlings of the improv community (Best Male and Female Improvisors) Kerry Griffin and Jan Caruana are reunited to host this year’s festivities. More »
A whimsical take on Toronto history that will tickle the funny bones of adults and children alike, Cinderella in Muddy York is a fairy tale of a Cinderella in Canada, reset in 1834 at the time when “muddy” York is about to become Toronto.
Puppetmongers celebrates its 20th anniversary of delightful winter holiday performances this season with the return of its twice Dora-nominated favourite, Cinderella in Muddy York, created by Puppetmongers’ Co-Artistic Directors (and brother and sister) Ann and David Powell, under the direction of Sue Miner. More »
Following a national tour of their two-time Dora Award winning hit Pyaasa and the critically acclaimed Letters to my Grandma, Theatre Jones Roy is back in Toronto this winter with the world premiere of their newest work Macbeth Reflected. The Shakespearean adaptation was created by director Thomas Morgan Jones and features John Ng and Mary Ashton. Macbeth Reflected opens January 19th, 2009 at the Lower Ossington Theatre. More »