Monday, April 23, 2018


Just shy of the anniversary of a fatal road accident caused by poor, non-union working conditions, TBOS & Co has filed for bankruptcy.

Me and You savvily captures the shifting dynamics of sisterhood

Written by Melody Anderson. Directed by Mindy Parfitt. Produced by the Arts Club Theatre Company. At the Goldcorp Stage at the BMO Theatre Centre on April 18. Continues to May 6

Here’s Storefront Theatre’s response to sexism, racism, homophobia and more: the Feminist F–k It...

New theatre festival takes on reproductive health, sexual harassment and assault, sexist and racist stereotypes and more April 11 to 22.

New moniker won’t fix Civic Theatres Toronto’s problem

“It’s a new era for Civic Theatres Toronto and it’s time for a name that captures the excitement and scope of what we will be offering in our future programming,”

Cirque du Soleil skates into new terrain with Crystal

Iranian-born Canadian Nobahar Dadui was getting ready to hang up her skates when she got a surprise phone call from an unexpected company: Cirque du Soleil.

The play’s the thing … you listen to on a podcast

Launched in 2016, PlayME podcasts of contemporary Canadian works have since had over 600,000 downloads in 90 countries.

Shaw Festival’s 2018 Season Kicks Off With The Enchantment And Magic Of THE MAGICIAN’S...

All good epic adventures begin somewhere. A new adaptation of C.S. Lewis's The Magician's Nephew by Michael O'Brien makes its world premiere and opens the Shaw Festival's 2018 season.

Calgary, Edmonton Jubilee Auditoriums to receive $9.3M for upgrades

The theatres were built by the province in the 1950s and updated for Alberta's centennial in 2005

Grease returns in time to celebrate the iconic movie musical’s 40th anniversary

Return to an era of pink ladies and slicked back hair with Grease the Musical, live in Toronto! The 2017 production that captivated audiences returns to Toronto's historic Winter Garden Theatre for another limited run Thursday, May 24th, 2018.

Crow’s Theatre announces a 2018-19 season that will see it grow and take flight...

Just over a year after moving into its first permanent home, Crow’s Theatre is growing again – and getting set to take flight outside of its walls once more.