Barb Popel: “This local gem deserves to be seen!”
With the entire book of the show being sung, and no spoken dialogue, Falsettos is definitely not a mainstream show. But we know musical lovers (nerds?) like us won’t want to miss their chance to see such a rare production of a more indie style show.
A heart wrenching story, full of loss, fear and despair shows how kindness, and coming together can impact the lives of the people around you.
The festival was founded from a desire to see more women and non-binary artists on local stages.
And just like that, it’s August! Welcome to another exciting long weekend. Read on for some of our picks.
Odyssey Theatre returns to Strathcona Park this summer to present The Bonds of Interest by Jacinto Benavente.
Bear & Co. presents A Midsummer Night’s Dream at a park near you.
Celebrating 25 years since its original debut, Alegría not only helped define the company’s signature style, it also paved the way for its worldwide expansion.
Ryan Pepper: “If you’ve ever taken piano lessons or even played music in school, this play will be highly relatable—it’s every young musician’s life displayed on stage.”
You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown plays at Meridian Centrepointe Theatres until June 30.
Romeo + Juliet runs from July 1st to August 17th as part of the Torchlight Shakespeare Festival in parks across Eastern Ontario.
With a clever and catchy score and some real gut busting laughs you will want to head down to The Gladstone to get your spot on Avenue Q before it’s too late.
David Currie: Beyond the Pale delves into a family’s emotional struggle as some begin leaving their traditional homeland to seek out the promise of New York City and the American dream.
Colin Noden: “Olive was at capacity the night we went. I’d advise getting your tickets to this touching experience ASAP.”
Jennifer Cavanagh: “These three are comics are undoubtedly talented, with a strong dynamic between them and very funny on their own but not all the bits land as they should”