Black Theatre workshop’s offerings look around the world for inspiration
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The Segal Centre offers a card for the under 30s that provides a 70% discount on its programming.
When an artistic genius is born in an Orthodox Jewish household, his talent comes in conflict with tradition.
Dated musical has great acting and a set in a style best described as deconstructed minimalism with disco overtones
One-man show about the baby boomers looked at through the eyes of a Gen-X/Millenials.
Important issues about community, family, and belonging addressed in show marred by clumsy narrative.
Beloved Montreal story gets song and dance treatment with exquisite performances.
Jacob Tierney directs Tom Stoppard’s witty play Travesties at the Segal Centre.
One-man show at the Segal Centre part documentary, part experience of an unexpected kind.
Charming and nostalgic, Forever Plaid evokes the sounds of the ’50s and ’60s.