Frankenstein(esque) brings five artists together along with a 6 foot tall puppet in a loose understanding of Mary Shelley’s original novel, along with conflicting views on parenting and art.READ MORE
After a sold-out run in 2021, as well as seven Dora nominations and two wins (Outstanding Performance by an Individual & the Jon Kaplan Audience Choice Award), Guild Festival Theatre‘s (GFT) Alice In Wonderland will make a spectacular return to Guild Park before touring to theatres across the province.READ MORE
Creator/performer Sébastien Heins invites Toronto to a joyous, high-octane, deeply personal adventure story, all experienced at the touch of a button. Video games, theatre and memoir collide in No Save Points as Heins places the control(er) in the hands of the audience, entrusting them to pilot his performance using state-of-the-art motion capture and haptic technology.
Intimate and innovative, the piece is inspired by the real-life story of Heins’ mother being diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, a rare genetic illness. No Save Points is crafted for gamers and theatre-lovers alike.READ MORE
Dr. Dwight Chapin practices medical acupuncture and Active Release Technique™, a non-invasive treatment to locate and quickly resolve soft-tissue disorders. He also co-owns and operates a large multi-disciplinary clinic in Mississauga, Ontario, and has led corporate wellness programs for nationally-recognized corporations, including The Globe and Mail, Canada Post, and General Mills Canada Corporation.READ MORE
Inspired by the artificial intelligence that may one day rule us all, Artificially Intelligent is a comedy concert of Anesti Danelis’ critically acclaimed songs.
In usual Danelis fashion, this new show will have us bopping along to songs about bisexual revenge, catfishing, robots, hookups, a much needed (satirical) straight pride anthem, and more.READ MORE
The 33rd annual Inside Out Toronto 2SLGBTQ+ Film Festival returns this year; showcasing 107 films from 30 countries, including 33 feature films, and 7 world premieres.
I have taken a look at this year’s lineup and sharing with you my personal picks. Be sure to add these films to your festival list!READ MORE
Traffic tickets can be utterly irritating, especially when you know you did nothing wrong… according to your version of events, that is.READ MORE
It is often said religion and politics should not mix. However, this is easier said than done.
Praying for Armageddon is a political thriller that reveals the power and influence of United States fundamentalist Evangelicals, as they aim to fulfill the Armageddon prophecy.READ MORE
Thought I would compile a list of music events happening In The City this month.
This list includes an array of musical artists and styles that I think will appeal to many of you.READ MORE
El Equipo, the fifth feature film by two-time Emmy® nominated director Bernardo Ruiz (The Infinite Race), will have its world premiere at Hot Docs Canadian this week.
Working with an array of archival materials that span forty years in part procedural, part true crime thriller, El Equipo tells the history-making collaboration between Dr. Clyde Snow, a legendary forensic scientist originally from Texas, and a group of Argentine university students.READ MORE