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Tag Archive "theatre"

Footloose

Footloose is full of Fancy Footwork for the Oakville Players

Footloose has been let loose on Oakville. If your weekend has been missing some high-kicks, high energy, foot stomping fun, look no further than the fancy footwork happening right now at the Oakville Centre for ...

The Stars of Mars

The Stars of Mars launches to Madcap Success: Theatre Sheridan Review

While Sheridan College is known for producing among the best theatre in town, true masterpieces are still rare. The Stars of Mars not only joins those ranks but is also the best instalment of the Canadian ...

Photo: Famous People Players

Famous People Players provides a Fabulous Performance

The Famous People Players are an unusual theatre company in the Greater Toronto Area. It’s not just unusual because they wonderfully execute the lost joys of a well-executed dinner theatre. And it’s not just because ...

Love Loss and What I Wore

Love, Loss and What I Wore opens Oakville Drama in 2020

We may be only one week into 2020, but “Love, Loss and What I Wore” has already started the new year of the Oakville Drama series at the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts.

Nine

Nine is Italy in Another Way: Theatre Sheridan Review

Nine comes to Theatre Sheridan with a clearly Italian swagger that pleasantly fills Sheridan’s Studio Theatre. It’s a standard production of Maury Yeston’s Fellini-esque romance, but a well-composed one.

Photo: Shaw Festival

Theatre Review: Shaw’s Holiday Inn is happily in season

Niagara-on-the-Lake’s Shaw Festival is playing Holiday Inn as a musical at their flagship Festival Theatre this year to expand their Christmastime offerings to audiences. Not every musical at Shaw is a success, and this one ...

Junk, Plants and Radios: Sheridan’s 2019 Festival of New Musicals

What does a Nottingham house full of garbage, two Amish girls growing marijuana, and a radio show by an Arizona teenager all have in common? Why, the Canadian Music Theatre Project 2019, of course.

Stratford’s new Othello is as stark as black and white

The Stratford Festival pioneers Canadian live theatre. In this year’s flagship Shakespearean production Othello, the ensemble creates a beautifully barren play from the classic text.

Theatre Review: Dear Toronto, Evan Hansen’s Here

It’s pretty rare Toronto produces its own full-on musical blockbuster. Now there’s someone new in the city’s downtown theatre scene, and the dear Evan Hansen is here with something to (reluctantly say.) And by golly ...

Theatre Review: Charlie is a chocolate coated Catastrophe

Have you ever left a chocolate bar in the car on a hot summer day, only to find it melted when you come back to it hours later? Do you remember your mixed feeling of ...

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