Ronnie Burkett’s Daisy Theatre has a special take on Romeo and Juliet like none other.
Well done show raises themes about power, abuse, and sex.
Interview with Matt Enos and Michelle Cajolet-Couture about their project to bring Shakespeare to the city alleyways.
Romance, fun, frolic and lots of banter
Reviews of The Morning After the Life Before, The Detective, The Dame, and the Devil, and This is Not She.
Figure out your ideal book and author based on your birth month.
Clowns, the Apocalypse, and being stuck on a ship with Sloan’s Chris Murphy some of the things to expect at the Solos Fest.
Skinny jeans and gender balanced casting give this production a contemporary feel
Despite claims to award winning and dazzling performances, Jennifer says Giselle didn’t live up to its claims. Find out why she was meh on Giselle here.
Opera at Place des Arts has the drama of the Shakespeare original.
No set? Not a problem. With acting this good, you’re in good blood spotted hands
Macbeth is mounted every four hours in the world. Interview with director on what makes Raise the Stakes Theatre’s production special here.
National Theatre School of Canada’s rendition of Müller’s Macbeth does away with 16th century setting for a more contemporary one.
Julie Bourbonnais talks about creating the sets and costumes for The Comedy of Errors and Romeo and Juliette
Summer’s annual Shakespeare in the Park production of Twelfth Night a glorious production.
Witty, punny play is as much Shakespeare as it is The Princess Bride.
No One Like Hugh is coming to the Mainline this week. Writer Travis Martin talks about creating the play and his wild, wild life.
Joint production of Jubilee and Raise the Stakes gives the right comedic touch to Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing.
When two theatre companies come together to create a show, the results are a mix of styles.
DéPFLIES is back and Peter is ready to fight for his dep. THe real question is whether or not writer and star Alain Mercieca was allowed a swordfight.