Daryl Cloran (left) and Andrew Moodie.
The hottest tickets in theatre.
Ubuntu (The Cape Town Project) Daryl Cloran directs a collective creation involving Canadian and South African artists in which two haunted people, separated by continents, discover secrets that link them to the past (Tarragon from January 21; 416-531-1827).
Lady in the Red Dress David Yee's play examines the Chinese-Canadian fight for redress as a contemporary drama noir, part ghost story and part revenge play (Young Centre from January 24; 416-866-8666).
Toronto The Good A black Crown attorney becomes embroiled in a court case involving a white police officer who finds a gun on a black youth. Andrew Moodie's new work explores questions of identity that should reverberate throughout T.O. (Factory Theatre from January 31; 416-504-9971).