Jane Archibald as Ginevra (on bed) with Alice Coote as Ariodante and Johannes Weisser as the King of Scotland (in front row) in the Canadian Opera Company’s production of Ariodante, 2016, photo: Michael Cooper

For the Love of Opera: Ariodante Review

Handel’s Ariodante, like so many operas before it, weaves a tale of obsession, deception, heartbreak and redemption. Director Richard Jones updates this tale in both time and place, adding to it an empowering ending sure to satisfy.
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Canada’s Walk of Fame Welcomes 2016 Inductees

Canada’s Walk of Fame, along with Corus Entertainment, today announced the names of the 2016 inductees. Each has been selected for having excelled in their respective field, for fuelling Canadian pride and for ...
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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.
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Fall for Dance North Kicks up the Heels

Firstly, all tickets are only $15. This is an incredible deal to see such amazing performances in this great acoustic venue. Taking place at The Sony Centre for the Performing Arts for 4 performances October...