Aluna Theatre, in association with Nightwood Theatre, is proud to announce the premiere of The Solitudes.READ MORE
Bad Dog Theatre Company‘s Toronto, I Love You is an unscripted comedy about unexpected connections in our large city that will make you laugh and appreciate the nuances of living in this cosmopolitan city. The show is set in a variety of neighbourhoods in The Six as suggested by the audience, and features spontaneously-crafted storylines that intertwine and intersect in surprising ways through longform improv.READ MORE
The Ward Cabaret, a sold-out work-in-progress hit at last year’s Luminato Festival, premiered at Harbourfront Centre Theatre this past weekend.
From the 1840s until the Second World War, ‘The Ward’ was a place where Jewish, Chinese, African-American and Italian immigrants, among others, lived and struggled – an area loosely bordered by College and Queen, University and Yonge Streets – and was the seeding ground for this city’s cultural diversity. The Ward Cabaret musically and through storytelling explores how that remarkable process of mixing and imagining and sharing began, at the turn of the last century.READ MORE
Some of the most majestic music ever conceived. Alexander Shelley, Music Director of the National Arts Centre Orchestra, conducts Handel’s Messiah with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, and four dazzling Canadian soloists. Experience music’s most inspiring message of faith—in Mozart’s colourful orchestration. This is one of Toronto’s favourite holiday musical traditions and you do not want to miss out!READ MORE
Did you know that 1 in 7 girls in Canada will leave school this week due to a lack of access to period management products? Just wow!
Directed by Canadian Screen Award winner Rebecca Snow, and helmed by an almost exclusively female production team, Pandora’s Box: Lifting The Lid on Menstruation locates the global issue of period poverty and menstrual inequality at the intersection of health, economic, social, and even environmental justice
In Poly Queer Love Ballad, Nina (Anais West), a polyamorous bisexual poet, meets Gabbie (Sara Vicruck), a monogamous lesbian songwriter, at an open mic night. With two microphones, a loop pedal, and an array of instruments, they struggle to reconcile their fierce mutual attraction with their opposing perspectives on love.READ MORE
Premise: A family find themselves terrorized by their eight-year-old son’s imaginary friend.READ MORE
Premise: The followup to 2015’s He Never Died, stars Oluniké Adeliyi as the cannibalistic immortal Lacey, who must face her own inner demons while simultaneously finding her next meal.READ MORE