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Saturday, October 21, 2017

Madagascar youth actor finds his own circle of friends at StoryBook Theatre

StoryBook Theatre likes to move it, move it.

Local Broadway star to join Rocky Horror Show’s one-night-only fundraiser

On Oct. 28, for one performance only, Patrick R. Brown will reprise his role as Frank N Furter, the transsexual transvestite from planet Transylvania which he created for Stage West.

From Smurf to Strat, actor is all revved up for Bat Out of Hell

Andrew Polec and director Jay Scheib are both fans of the classic Meat Loaf album, now a musical landing at Toronto’s Ed Mirvish Theatre.


In November, New Harlem Productions will stage Cake, a new play written by Donna-Michelle St. Bernard, at Theatre Passe Muraille.

Theatre Jobs: What Does It Take to Be a Broadway Producer?

The Play That Goes Wrong’s Catherine Schreiber defines the role of a producer, plus her advice on how to become one.

Edmonton theatre troupe cuts ties with former artistic director over ‘rape culture’ confession

'I have acted as though women were objects, to be won, to be obtained, to be used,' wrote Chris Craddock

The Hockey Sweater: A Musical offers fresh take on classic tale

Beloved Canadian children's novel was first published as oral essay on CBC Radio in 1979

Dance Immersion event centres on African heritage

Creators with African heritage come together and display and a wide diversity of approaches Oct. 14 at Harbourfront Centre.

Come From Away flies into the black on Broadway

Junkyard Dog Productions announced Tuesday that the Tony Award-winning show has recouped its $12-million investment in less than eight months on the Great White Way.

Handsome Alice’s feminist show has universal appeal

Calgary’s Handsome Alice theatre company has polished up Reddy’s banner for a collaborative project it is calling inVISIBLE.