This charming play about difficult decisions faced by immigrant children is a celebration of culture and self-acceptance.
From deals with the devil to back-alley abortions, Terminus showcases Dublin as a fourth character in this three-person show.
Playday Mayday, the latest foray into sketch comedy by powerhouse improv troupe Uncalled For, is as delightful as you can expect. By as you expect, I mean that this [read on]
Angela Potvin discusses Aiden Flynn Lost His Brother So He Makes Another with Nathan Howe.
Angela Potvin interviews Jimmy Karamanis to get the lowdown on the hit rock opera, Johnny Legdick, part of Montreal’s Widside Festival.
Storytelling around the theme of the Seven Deadly Sins at the Centaur this weekend.
Palle Granhoj discusses how his show Dance Me to the End On/Off of Love uses the obstructive technique to capture the longing of Leonard Cohen’s music.
Elegantly executed production raises the issue of artistic pursuits when one is talented but less than the best. How can one throw away all those grueling hours perfecting one’s art?
From an elderly Japanese gentleman to a 12-year-old boy, Jon Lachlan Stewart explores a shooting on a Vancouver sky train from six different perspectives.