Director shares his thoughts on new production.
Production focuses on absurdity of the middle east through the eyes of a Canadian/American novelist.
Angela fills us in on this theatrical gem in the city that gives the most promising plays a staged reading.
Site specific piece haunts the Royal Vic with its old residents.
As the Royal Vic shuts its doors, a new play takes place in the building about the theme of progress. That, and there are two vaudeville performers in it.
David Sherman and Nancy Lee deliver an intimate and relatable performance in their docu-musical Lost & Found.
Montreal lovebirds, David Sherman and Nancy Lee talk about their road to romance and their musical play, Lost & Found.
Tabia Lau is a hot, up-and-coming playwright whose new play John 8 is one of the plays featured in The Pipeline this week.
Unseamly shows an uncomfortable side of the fashion industry and provokes a reaction, but not necessarily a welcome one.
At The Pipeline reading series, Mitchell’s Fear Liath makes for sweaty palms, but post-show discussion dries them off again.
Kafka’s Ape proves a dark, ironic, desperate, and humorous show about man’s inner animal. And if that isn’t enough, the ape’s got a baritone voice you won’t want to miss.