OCAD University presents Future Forward as part of Scotiabank Nuit Blanche on Saturday, October 1, celebrating the university’s 135th anniversary by looking backward into the future. More »
Anne Marie Scheffler: World News!
Suddenly Mommy takes on Manhattan. But first… Leslieville!
It’s sexy boot weather again!
Where are you going to go in your stylish autumnal outfit?
How about an outing to trendy east end Toronto’s newest theatre, The Red Sandcastle? Or perhaps, a much needed theatre/ shopping excursion to New York City? Cuz I’m doing my show again this fall! And a jet-setting hottie like you needs to get out! Show off your boots! See you soon! xoxo AMS More »
The Lower Ossington Theatre (The LOT), will be opening their first season with the Canadian premiere of “Spring Awakening” directed by Michael Rubenstein. This performance will be presented on stage at The Lower Ossington
Theatre, located at 100A Ossington Avenue. The dates and times for the performance are as followed: September 21, 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, 30, October 1, 5, 6, 7 and 8 at 8pm. As well, there will be a 4PM matinee performance on September 25 and October 2. More »
From September 30-October 7, 2011, TPFF will screen 24 films by Palestinian and international filmmakers. The festival will debut 11 Canadian premieres, 9 North American premieres and 3 Toronto premieres. “The stories of women feature prominently in this year’s selection of films,” stated festival programmer Dania Majid. More »
Under the artistic direction of Hari Krishnan, Toronto’s inDANCE is proud to present the Canadian premiere of Fallen Rain, a one-of –a-kind evening of courtesan inspired dance from South India. With original dance and music based on traditional material from South India, presented through a contemporary vein, Fallen Rain premiered to rave reviews in India in December 2010 and January 2011.
Attached is a photo of Hari Krishnan and Srividya Natarajan in Fallen Rain. Photo by Chella. More »
Ahuri Theatre, in association with Why Not Theatre, announces the world premiere of A Fool’s Life, a fantastical tale of a family man coming undone, conceived and directed by Ahuri Theatre Artistic Director Dan Watson. Inspired by the life and work of celebrated Japanese writer Akutagawa Ryunosuke, regarded as the “father of the Japanese short story,” A Fool’s Life opens September 30 and runs to October 8 at The Theatre Centre, with a preview on September 29. The Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre will also present a version of the play on September 23. More »