Acme Burlesque’s new show parodies James Bond and brings an eight piece band to the stage. Octopussy and Pussy Galore have nothing on this show.
August Strindberg’s Mies Julie gets an update and a transplant. The play set in South Africa adds the problems of apartheid to the battle of the sexes.
Strawberries in January a sweet, delightful play performed in French and English on alternate nights, examines teen love.
Heady new play at Theatre d’AUjourd’hui has one actor take on six different characters in a story about a man who releases the animals of the zoo.
The Theatre St. Catherine crew joins forces with local indie musicians to perform the greatest rock operetta ever based on the Bible.
Shauntay Grant’s The Bridge is featured at the Black Theatre Workshop’s Discovery Series. Director Mike Payette discusses the production.
Suffering from a clichéd protagonist, the good points of this show can’t redeem the bad.
This trippy tribute’s to the ground-breaking Canadian animator and filmmaker Norman McLaren last presentation is not to be missed!
The Centaur’s production of Herzog’s 4000 Miles brings together a Gen Y hippie and a Greatest Generation hippie for a month of unpacking baggage.
Photo journal of Studies in Freedom, the musical-text project of power-couple bassist, jazz improviser WIlliam Parker and dancer-choreographer Patricia Nicholson Parker.
An in-sync cast delivers polished show about real estate.
Jeff Gandell talks about his remount of The Balding, as well as the process of writing and creating the show.