Now in Our 17th Year
September 2014 - This Month
House of Blues: Theatre Passe Muraille opens its season with Life, Death and The Blues, a multimedia canvas that explores the power, passion and meaning of the blues.
Wicked sisters: When Glenda the Good meets the Wicked Witch, Oz will never be the same.
Canadian Icon: Prodigy, Performer, Perfectionist and Puritan, four actors get into the skin of Canada's musical genius Glenn Gould in Glenn.
King and Country: The British Royal Marines and a ragtag group of convicted petty thieves, murders and convicts forge a new land in Australia - and discover each other, in Our Country's Good.
Cultural Tours: Jewish Los Angeles: The Divine and the Decadent.
Banner 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;.
Shaw Festival Reviews: When We Are Married; The Philadelphia Story; Arms and the Man; The Charity That Began at Home; Cabaret; The Philanderer; A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur.
Stratford Festival Reviews: King Lear, King John, Alice Through the Looking-Glass; The Musicals: Crazy for You and Man of La Mancha; Mother Courage and Her Children.
Openings: Sept. 1 to 8, 2014. Glenn at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts; Something to Say at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre; True at the Citizenry Café; Wicked at the Ed Mirvish Theatre; Montreal: The Graduate at The Segal Centre for the Performing Arts; Ottawa: Tosca at the National Arts Centre; See Previews.
Photo: Bruce Dow in his solo cabaret Something to Say at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre.
Reviews: Tartuffe at the Young Centre for the Performings Arts; A Tender Thing at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts; Titus Andronicus & As You Like It at the High Park Amphitheatre; Twelve Angry Men at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts; Angels in America at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts; Hedwig and the Angry Inch at the Lower Ossington Theatre; See Reviews.