The spectacle of suffering: Toronto theatre’s addiction to trauma porn
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by Stephanie Fung
1d ago
Trauma is everywhere in Toronto — on the streets, subway, and stage — and maybe that’s why I’m so bored by it ..read more
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REVIEW: With the help of a daring set, The Caged Bird Sings brings Rumi into the present day
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by Liam Donovan
5d ago
Literal and metaphorical cages abound in this radical adaptation of Rumi’s Masnavi, produced by Modern Times Stage Company and presented in the Aga Khan Museum’s courtyard ..read more
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REVIEW: Age Is a Feeling aches with tenderness and love
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by Aisling Murphy
1w ago
Age Is a Feeling is a warm hug for whoever might need it ..read more
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Toronto Theatre Critics’ Awards announce 2024 winners
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by Liam Donovan
1w ago
This 11th iteration of the TTCAs boasts 19 winners across 14 categories, including a special citation for artistic achievement ..read more
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For Trip the Light Collective, Ottawa Fringe ‘is a sandbox of creativity’
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by Eve Beauchamp
1w ago
“Fringe is really like a sandbox for creativity,” says the award-winning collective. “[We’re] seeing where we can go outside of the box. It’s stories we want to tell and it's stories that reflect our experience ..read more
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Toronto Fringe unveils 2024 programming
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by Aisling Murphy
2w ago
Toronto Fringe has revealed the programming for its 36th annual festival, featuring 77 shows across 16 venues in the city ..read more
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REVIEW: Straightforward concepts, stripped-down sets, and strong performances define Stratford’s approach to the canon this year
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by Liam Donovan
2w ago
Throughout Stratford’s productions of Romeo and Juliet, Twelfth Night, and Hedda Gabler, moments of actorly playfulness jolt us into the here and now ..read more
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Soulpepper Academy reveals music-oriented 2024 cohort
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by Liam Donovan
2w ago
Soulpepper Theatre has revealed this year’s Soulpepper Academy cohort: Alicia Barban, Belinda Corpuz, Ben Kopp, Ruaridh MacDonald, and Haneul Yi ..read more
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This year’s Brave New Works Festival is set to be a ‘place of convergence’ for Hamilton artists
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by Liam Donovan
2w ago
“With all of these pieces, there’s something really about perspective,” says co-curator Donna-Michelle St. Bernard. “There’s something about not just risk and performance, but risk and experience… These are stories that I could not know if you did not tell them to me. And I think that’s an important piece of broadening the voices in theatre ..read more
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REVIEW: The Wrong Bashir is an ode to the hyphenated identities of Canada
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by Eleanor Yuneun Park
2w ago
Quibbles on the show's comedy aside, The Wrong Bashir will stay with me for a while as a successful ode to hyphenated identities across Canada.  ..read more
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