Liv Stein, Canadianstage. Photo: Cylla von Tiedemann

Review: Liv Stein

There are times when I leave the theatre feeling angry and not because a play has tapped into some important truth or uncovered controversy, but rather because a competent company has presented a less than ...
The Audience, Mirvish Productions. Photo: Cylla von Tiedemann

Review: The Audience

Kate Hennig and Fiona Reid in The Audience ©2017, Cylla von Tiedemann The Audience, written by playwright Peter Morgan, imagines the conversations of the weekly meetings held between Queen Elizabeth II and ...

Review: Concord Floral

The writing of Concord Floral is moving, gritty, poetic and honest. With a stellar cast of teenagers who are uniformly strong, this surreal coming-of-age story is a must-see at Canadian Stage.
Cirque du Soleil Luzia.

Dream of Mexico: Luzia by Cirque du Soleil

Cirque du Soleil’s newest show Luzia, transports you through a dreamlike web of an imagined Mexico. The stage is filled with the usual array of luxuriously colored costumes, giant sized insect heads worn as ornate head ware, a full sized human operated horse, a magnificent jaguar puppet, a vibrant natural landscape and an architecturally inspired set which includes stunning rainfalls cascading from the ceiling, and a cenote – a sinkhole which the Mayans believed was a portal to the afterlife.
Noorden

In the City: Noorden Food Bar

I had the opportunity to try out the newly opened Noorden Food Bar and sample a variety of delicious modern Dutch food offerings flavored with Indonesian spices. Noorden also offers Toronto’s largest selection...