Now in Our 17th Year
March 2014 - This Month
Marry Me a Little: A man and woman share their dreams and longings in composer Stephen Sondheim's roller coaster ride about love in all its guises. See Previews.
Breathe: A man, a woman, a conversation and - infinite possibility gives us a no-holds-barred look at a lifetime of love in a time of global anxiety and political unrest in the acclaimed British drama, Lungs.
Trudeaumania: Visit the acid-tripping bomb-throwing '60s and its political turmoil as conjured up by the magical stagecraft of the VideoCab ensemble in Trudeau and the FLQ.
March Breaks: Kids will welcome the return of the popular Where the Wild Things Are and its imaginary travels to a land of wild animals and extraordinary adventures.
And for sheer enchantment the National Ballet's mystical, magical Swan Lake is a perfect March Break outing.
Banner Photo Credits: L to R: Welcome clown: The Green Bird from Cirque du Soleil's La Nouba; Mary Walsh in Dancing with Rage at the Panasonic Theatre; Robert Markus in Tommy at the Stratford Festival. Photo by Don Dixon; Nicole Underhay at the Shaw Festival in Major Barbara.
Openings: March 10 to March 17. 2014. American Idiot at the Royal Alexandra Theatre; The Carousel at the Berkeley St. Theatre; Guys & Dolls at the Papermill Theatre; Montreal: Glengarry Glen Ross at the Segal Centre; Hudson, Quebec: Cole & Co. at the Hudson Village Theatre. See Previews.
Reviews: 6 Essential Questions at the Factory Theatre; Arrabal at the Panasonic Theatre; Shrew at the Storefront Theatre; Idiot's Delight at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts; Heartbeat of Home at the Ed Mirvish Theatre; The Ugly One at the Tarragon Theatre; The Norman Conquests at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts; London, ON: Other Desert Cities & Billy Bishop Goes to War at the Grand Theatre, reviewed by Ric Wellwood. See Reviews.