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Kwaku Okyere and Richard Alan Campbell in Midsummer Night's Dream, Theatre Rusticle, 2020

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So many shows have opened recently that it's hard to keep track of what you should see. Here's a round-up of our latest reviews. Read more

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Dion Johnstone and Moya O'Connell in Julius Caesar at Crow's Theatre, 2020

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Chris Abraham's sharp production of the Bard's play bridges classical Rome, Elizabethan England and our current moment of global tumult Read more

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Casimir And Caroline, 2020

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Three Shakespeare productions and three groundbreaking musicals are among the shows we're most looking forward to this season Read more

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An electric Streetcar Named Desire, an immersive Flick and a thoughtful School Girls top our list of the year's best plays and musicals Read more

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Salt-Water Moon, Assassins and Terminus head up our list of the best plays and musicals from the last 10 years Read more

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Canadian indie act makes good on their dramatic rep with an unpredictable stage play that blends jubilant performances with humour, emotion and plenty of meta-commentary Read more

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Nearing their 20-year anniversary, the Montreal-based band has found a way to tell their story, including details even long-time fans may not know Read more

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Ghost Quartet

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Dave Malloy-penned musical at Streetcar Crowsnest is storytelling on an epic scale Read more

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The theatre companies announce the cast for an upcoming production of Annie Baker's Pulitzer Prize-winning play with a series of poster parodies Read more

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School Girls; Or The African Mean Girls Play, 2019

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The Brothers Size, Old Stock, School Girls and Dear Evan Hansen lead the pack in critics' roundup of the year's finest shows Read more

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Documentary work drawing on drama classrooms from Canada and England to Taiwan and India is most affecting when its message is conveyed through people's interactions, not their proselytizing Read more

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With over 25 years of international experience, most recently at Canadian Stage, Johnson joins the east end company's team Read more

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Remount of the acclaimed Stratford production is contemporary and politically timely Read more

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Damien Atkins's solo show about extraterrestrial beings is entertaining but doesn't need all the metatheatrical commentary Read more

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Every Brilliant Thing, Coriolanus, Fun Home and two plays from the Howland Company make our list of the year's most memorable shows Read more

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Sharp writing and skilled performances make this play a fascinating take on memory and denial Read more

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Remount of playwright Will Eno's Shaw Festival hit is a mesmerizing exploration of human interaction and impermanence Read more

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Porte Parole and Crow's Theatre's mix of verbatim theatre and open debate helps bridge the political divide Read more

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Sarah DeLappe's play about a high school girls' soccer team is brilliantly conceived and urgently relevant Read more

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Hannah Moscovitch’s play about a 1920s wife and mother hides behind its rhetoric and feels at times like a heritage project Read more

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