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Theatre Review: Infinity

Infinity, the new co-production between Volcano Theatre and Tarragon Theatre serves up risky theatre, and it works The inclusion of violinist Andrea Tyniec adds an extra depth to Infinity. With Paul Braunst...
Cavalia Odysseo: Larger than Life. The Tribe 3 / Tribu 3 | Credits: François Bergeron

Odysseo: Larger Than Life

Odysseo: Larger Than Life is a spectacular blend of equestrian arts, daring acrobatic feats and multi-media visual splendor. After the success of the first Cavalia show in 2003, artistic director Normand Latourelle, who was a founding member of Cirque de Soleil, has brought another epic touring production to our city.
Angela Lansbury Blithe Spirit. Mirvish. TheSceneinTO.com

Theatre Review: Blithe Spirit

When Lansbury took the stage and uttered her first line in Blithe Sprirt, I felt as though I was seeing a long, lost friend.
James Percy and Benjamin Stratton in Potted Potter

Theatre Review: Potted Potter

makes a magical return to Toronto Potted Potter: The Unauthorized Harry Experience – A Parody by Dan and Jeff, or Potted Potter, for ease, currently playing at Panasonic Theatre, is an absolute riot.
Mike Ross, Hailey Gillis & the Spoon River ensemble

Theatre Review: Spoon River

Spoon River starts and ends with terrific, upbeat and wildly original musical numbers. The music in this show is thrilling. At times, the sounds were discordant and jarring which made it a bit dangerous and I like when performances skate in the danger zone.