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Now in Our 19th Year

October 2016 - This Month


Rutas Panamericanas festival uses theatre, music, film and art to build bridges between the South and the North. See Theatreworld.





Master Harold and the Boys Obsidian Theatre presents the Shaw Festival hit production about South African apartheid in the 1950s.


All But Gone: This contemporary musical explores the absurd and evocative imagery of Samuel Beckett in a provocative evening of theatre and song.



The Post (Mistress):
The postmistress of a small Ontario town who has the supernatural ability to read through envelopes, shares the townsfolk's stories through songs in the Toronto premiere of Tomson Highway's musical, The Post (Mistress).

Banner Photo Credits: L to R: Welcome Clown: The Green Bird from Cirque du Soleil's La Nouba; Neil Barclay as Vanya in The Shaw Festival's Uncle Vanya. Photo by David Cooper; Araya Mengesha in the Stratford Festival's Breath of King: Redemption. Photo by Don Dixon; Jamie Cavanagh in Videocab's production of The Great War. Photo by Michael Cooper

Toronto Theatre Openings:
Oct. 24 to 31, 2016. All KIDding Aside & Leila at the Toronto Centre for the Arts; Breathing Corpses at the Coal Mine Theatre; The Circle at Tarragon Theatre's ExtraSpace; Like Mother, Like Daughter at the Koffler Centre for the Arts; Piya Behrupiya (Twelfth Night) at The Young Centre for the Performing Arts; The Post Mistress (English version) at the Berkeley St. Theatre Upstairs; Titus Andronicus at The Citadel; Ottawa Theatre Openings: Rêves Américains at the National Arts Centre; Montreal Theatre Openings: The Refugee Hotel at the Segal Centre Studio; Prom Queen at the Segal Centre for the Performing Arts; See Previews.
Photo: by Will King. Dorcas Chiu as Lavinia and Jamie Johnson as Titus in Titus Andronicus.

Toronto Theatre Reviews: All But Gone: A Beckett Rhapsody at the Canadian Stage Berkeley St. Theatre; "Master Harold" and the Boys at the Toronto Centre for the Arts Studio ; Noises Off at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts; Concord Floral at the Bluma Appel Theatre; Hosanna at The Young Centre for the Performing Arts; One Thing Leads to Another at the Young People's Theatre; The Watershed at the Tarragon Theatre;Luzia at The Portlands; Matilda The Musical at the Ed Mirvish Theatre (Extended); London, Ontario Theatre Reviews: River at The Grand Theatre. See Reviews.

Shaw Festival
Stratford Festival



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