Beautiful and evocative, Because You Never Asks captures the fragility of memory and a family’s escape from Nazi Germany.
Light and sweet, the Rishta is about a scheme to get the perfect match.
Pina Bausch’s 1989 masterpiece Palermo Palermo is a Felliniesque portrait of life in the Sicilian city. Like Fellini’s films (Roma comes to mind), Bausch’s work is less [read on]
Three men reminisce about life growing up in Little Italy
Watching Marie Chouinard’s latest creation, “M,” is like having a fever dream where AI teaches cute mechanical dolls how to dance like humans.
Three generations of a cursed family contend with lust and happiness
Play about Czechoslovakian town pivots around the theme of betrayal
Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes by Hannah Moscovitch, directed by Eda Holmes, was a provocative rendering of an age old story: a short and intense affair between a [read on]
Loony Bin has a short run in a small venue, but the richness of the characters guarantees that those who snag tickets are lucky
Danse Danse launched its 25th season this week with a revival of the late great Pina Bausch’s Rite of Spring. Originally created in 1975 for her world-renowned Tanztheater [read on]
Neal Brennan has thoughts on dogs and what it means to live a conventional life
Find out how to have two sets of three children
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New online festival gives Canadian youth a chance to showcase their works
Show about friendship invites the audience to experience a production without a sense of sight. Deliberately.
Nancy Berman reviews Storry at the Festival International de Jazz de Montreal.
Both physically and emotionally, the current exhibition at the Phi Centre is impressive
Teesri Duniya Theatre Psycho 6 tackles the cycle of neglect, abuse, poverty, and violence
Dramaturge Sarah Swinwood talks about how The Adoption goes beyond comedy