Toronto Dance Theatre (TDT) will close their 2018/19 season with the critically acclaimed duet Marienbad, created and performed by TDT Artistic Director Christopher House and writer/theatre-maker/multimedia artist Jordan Tannahill.
Beginning this summer, Outside the March (OtM) is inviting you to put your life on pause with a series of proudly analog movie-loving experiences hearkening back to yesteryear—or at least to the days before Netflix and Amazon Prime. The Popcorn Double Feature will see OtM take over the Annex’s historic Queen Video and open up its own VHS rental store (with a twist) for The Tape Escape, and transform Streetcar Crowsnest into a classic cinema for The Flick.
Puzzle Piece premiered its first production, The Little Prince: Reimagined, this past weekend. This is a modern adaptation of the classic novel by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. It is the familiar tale of a pilot who encounters a mysterious boy after he crashes his plane in the desert, told anew through object puppetry.
ARC Theatre premiered its latest production, Human Animals this week. This timely and provocative play about humankind’s precarious place within the natural world, by one of the UK’s most exciting young female dramatists Stef Smith will be performed in the newly launched East End Arts Space housed in the historic St. Matthew’s Clubhouse, Toronto.
The 2019 Next Stage Theatre Festival has just begun. This year’s lineup includes 12 diverse pieces for you to choose from and enjoy. Below, I give my personal picks for the fest. Join me at some or all of these; it’s going to be fun and interesting!
The Three Ships Collective with the support of Soup Can Theatre present a new and immersive adaptation of Charles Dickens’ timeless holiday classic – A Christmas Carol – set in the historic Campbell House Museum.