Shakespeare in High Park 2017 Edition

Shakespeare in High Park celebrates 35 years of accessible outdoor theatre in Toronto. For the 2017 edition and to celebrate Canada 150, the company have a few fun things in store.
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 ...

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.
Tiffany Tregarthen and Jonathon Young in Betroffenheit. Photo by Michael Slobodian.

Betroffenheit Review

Young and Pite have created something unique and extraordinary in Betroffenheit. In other hands, this piece may have felt suffocating, but these artists were able to explore immense suffering and anguish, and balance it with beauty and hope. Theatre like this is a rarity, I am so glad I was able to witness it.
Canadian Stage Kiss & Cry. Photo by Paul Lampert

Canadian Stage Kiss & Cry Review

Kiss & Cry, created by choreographer Michèle Anne De Mey and filmmaker Jaco Van Dormael (who also directs the show), had a very short run at Canadian Stage and will be followed by an equally short run of th...