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Jordan Bimm

The late writer’s show about the present PM’s famous parents gets our vote more

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Jeremy Mimnagh

This three-hour exploration of sexuality features over-the-top action in its first half and thoughtful, intimate monologues in its second more

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Marie Beath Badian’s comedy of errors about two Filipina nurses in 1960s Saskatchewan is funny but also sheds light on a particular kind of Canadian racism more

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Funny and smart sketch show lampoons all sorts of amusing characters on the sexual spectrum more

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RISER Project show is a too-cryptic-for-its-own-good experiment more

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Jivesh Parasram blends storytelling, historical analysis of colonialism and first-hand accounts of everyday Canadian racism in powerful solo show more

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Simon Stephens's ensemble play about high school power dynamics and bullying will leave you shaken more

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Modern Times Stage's remount of Guillermo Verdecchia’s 2006 play is bleak but full of moments of levity, love and hope more

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Samuel Engelking

Three new Toronto shows use different ways of bringing literature to the stage more

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Bryce Hodgson and Charlie Kerr's sibling comedy about hiding one’s true self hits home hard more

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Racheal McCaig

The Chekhov Collective’s midwinter offering of Shakespeare’s summery play should warm even the most iced-over hearts more

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Writer/director Falen Johnson combines history, drama, horror and comedy for revelatory production more

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Shakespeare BASH’d finds links between two power-hungry leaders more

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Theatre Passe Muraille’s staging of Beckett’s classic is a fitting way to mark personal and institutional memory more

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Inspired by his mother's terminal cancer diagnosis, the writer/director offers up a deconstructed autobiography and celebration of living in the moment more

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Unit 102’s intense production of Sam Shepard’s lesser known play provides a moving homage to the late playwright more

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Sex T-Rex's send-up of fantasy video games and movies provides the most mirth at Next Stage more

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Martin Dockery's intense two-hander about two mysterious people is cryptic but not baffling more

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Intense relationship drama is also a powerful parable about work, family and cultural identity in Eastern Canada more

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Review - Leila Live! by Leila (Laugh With Leila Productions/Next Stage) at Factory Antechamber, 125 Bathurst, Toronto

Stuart Lowe

Solo show about a self-obsessed Iranian woman living in Toronto delivers a blast of energy more

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