Mirvish, Royal Alexandra Theatre. Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka. Björn Thors as Gregor. Photo: Simon Kane

Mirvish presents Franz Kafka’s Metamorphosis

Set design and Björn Thors' acrobatics are some of the things that make Metamorphosis stand out. With Unnur Ösp Stefánsdóttir as Greta. Soothing music and a striking upper stage are the first things that hi...

Arrabal

The all Argentinian cast of Arrabal heats up Panasonic Theatre this February Coming to the Panasonic Theatre stage next week is a visually striking and auditory masterpiece. Arrabal is a coming of age story...
Heartbeat of Home

Heartbeat of Home

Heartbeat of Home’s North American Debut Hits Toronto The Heartbeat of Home Company The only way I could have had more fun at Heartbeat of Home was if they’d allow me to go on stage with them. I was a...
Heartbeat of Home celebrates dance f=with various styles coming to play in one heart thumping performance

Mirvish presents Heartbeat of Home

Heartbeat of Home celebrates dance f=with various styles coming to play in one heart thumping performance Next to singing competitions like American Idol or The Voice, dance competitions like Dancing with t...
God of Carnage Sarah Orenstein, Tony Nappo, John Bourgeois and Linda Kash. Photo credit: Josie Di Luzio

Theatre Review: Off Mirvish’s God of Carnage

Adults behave badly in Off Mirvish's God of Carnage God of Carnage written by Yasmina Reza, has received a lot of hype over the years but I was not a fan of the script at all.  The premise is interesting en...