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Mitchell Cushman

Jez Butterworth's epic play gets an energetic, immersive production, but it doesn't cast much of a lasting spell more

Theatre

Annie Baker's ode to sad, inarticulate straight white males will haunt you more

Theatre

Haley McGee’s solo show about a woman chasing after a man is a sad and funny delight (and there’s cake!) more

Theatre

Two of Toronto's most experienced creators of immersive theatre discuss everything from finding a space, negotiating a price and making sure you don't get sued – or have your fake prop guns stolen more

Theatre

TomorrowLove™

Neil Silcox

The rotating cast brings fire to the many stories, though some tales are predictable more

Theatre

Breath Of Kings Rebellion

David Hou

Graham Abbey’s two-part adaptation features some fine performances but a sometimes convoluted narrative more

Theatre

The Suicide

Andrew Oxenham

A satire on Soviet Russia, one that unfortunately caught Stalin’s eye, gets a strong production more

Theatre

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David Hou

A man wandering through various realities finds his true love again and again more

Theatre

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© John Jones

A terrific site-specific musical will take you back to your high school days – and earlier, too more

Musicals

Philosophy and drama combine in David Ives's look at young Jewish thinker Baruch de Spinoza more

Theatre

Three linked tales span 400 years and look at the passions that that hold us together and drive us apart more

Theatre

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Cheol Joon Baek

As Mike Daisey's controversial Apple exposé The Agony And The Ecstasy Of Steve Jobs gets set to open here, fudged facts and all, Toronto's newest theatre wunderkind talks about truth, art and why this show must go on. more

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