Theatre

Could a sex strike and an ancient Greek play halt the impending ravages of climate change? Toronto-based playwright David S. Craig figured there was an

Small wonder Twelfth Night is considered one of Shakespeare’s best comedies. Its plot-line of love, gender confusion and general chaos, which is kicked off when

One thing about the new Roddy Ellias opera Sleeping Rough: Puppets are at centre stage and for Noreen Young, that's just great. Young, of course,

Ottawa-born actor Catherine Rainville has a thing for William Shakespeare. How that happened, she’s sometimes not so sure. Now based in Toronto, Rainville has been

An alumnus of the innovative STO Union theatre company has won the 2018 Pauline McGibbon Award. Sarah Conn, who is currently the Artistic Associate with the

Josephine, a burlesque cabaret dream play Dynamite Lunchbox Entertainment, Orlando, U.S.A. Three days into the festival and Josephine is already packing the house. Little wonder: like