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Now in Our 18th Year

March 2015 - This Month


Give the kids a break - shows for the whole family


Down the rabbit hole: The National Ballet brings back its spectacular Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.




Ice queen: A girl with an extraordinary heart, embarks on an epic journey to find her sister, the magical Elsa in the lavish production Disney on Ice Presents Frozen.






New Canadian Kid: A young girl learns valuable lessons about friendship, trust and staying true to onself in Beneath the Banyan Tree.




No Strings: Québec theatre company Tout à Trac presents its breath-taking production of Pinocchio, interweaving dance, puppetry, music and illusion at breakneck speed.

Scenechanges.com is on holiday until March 29.

The Professional Association of Canadian Theatres (PACT) invites all Canadians to celebrate World Day of Theatre for Children and Young People (March 20) and World Theatre Day (March 27).

anner Photo Credits: L to R: Welcome Clown: The Green Bird from Cirque du Soleil's La Nouba; Tom McCamus in King John at the Stratford Festival. Photo by Don Dixon; Deborah Hay in Cabaret at the Stratford Festival. Photo by Emily Cooper; Troy Adams in Angels in America at the Soulpepper Theatre. Photo by Cylla von Tiedemann;.

Openings: March 16 to 23, 2015: Disney on Ice Presents Frozen at the Rogers Centre; Disney's Beauty and the Beast Jr. at the Lower Ossington Theatre; The Unplugging at the Factory Theatre; Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike at The Panasonic Theatre; Bull at the Coal Mine Theatre; Soulpepper Studio Series: The Gospel According to Mark & Subway Station of the Cross at the Young Centre; The Last Five Years at the SMCS Centre for the Arts; Continuing: Spotlight on Israeli Culture at various venues: Hamilton, On: Disney on Ice Presents Passport to Adventure at First Ontario Place; Montreal: Hosanna at The Mainline Theatre; London, Ontario: Dream a Little Dream at the Grand Theatre; Ottawa: The Marriage of Figaro at the National Arts Centre. See Previews
Photo: from Bull at the Coal Mine Theatre.

National Theatre of London Live Review: Behind the Beautiful Forevers.
National Theatre Live Upcoming: A View from the Bridge

Reviews: The Unplugging at the Factory Theatre; Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike at the Panasonic Theatre; Blood Wedding at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre; Cake and Dirt at the Tarragon Theatre Mainspace; Harper Regan at the Bluma Appel Theatre; The Wild Party at the Berkeley St. Theatre; The Sound of Cracking Bones at Theatre Passe Muraille; The Dining Room at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts; Blithe Spirit at the Princess of Wales Theatre; Spoon River at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts; The Heart of Robin Hood at the Royal Alexandra Theatre; London, ON: Ric Wellwood reviews Intimate Apparel at The Grand Theatre; Ottawa, ON: Alvina Ruprecht reviews Obaaberima at the National Arts Centre Studio and The Best Brothers at the Great Canadian Theatre Company. See Reviews.



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