GRAY. Theatre Inamorata

Theatre Inamorata, Feminism and Toronto Theatre

Theatre Inamorata is a new theatre company comprised entirely of women dedicated to adapting classical scripts for the female voice. They wrapped up their debut performance Gray, this past September. Gray, iron...
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.
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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...
Lisa Ryder and Hrothgar Mathews in Helen Lawrence. Photo by David Cooper.

Theatre Review: Helen Lawrence

Crystal Balint and Allan Louis in Helen Lawrence.  The aesthetics of Helen Lawrence reminded me of a Canadian Stage production from a few seasons ago, Tear the Curtain.  Both incorporated the film ...
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...