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Consumption Patterns at Next Stage Festival, 2020

Photo by Samantha Hurley

Kevin Shea's play about millennials and capitalism is smart and beautifully acted but soon becomes exhausting to watch Read more

Theatre

The Flick, 2019

Photo by Dahlia Katz

Under director Mitchell Cushman, Annie Baker's Pulitzer Prize-winning play about three minimum-wage workers at an old movie theatre deserves our full attention Read more

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From intense actors and kick-ass dancers to a brilliant designer, here, in alphabetical order, are some of Toronto's major scene-stealers this season Read more

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The Tape Escape, 2019

Photo by Neil Silcox

Trio of interactive experiences set in an old-school 90s video store takes you back to the future Read more

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Jurors vote on the annual list of the best in Toronto theatre, dance and opera this week. Here are some names and titles that should be top of mind. Read more

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John Ross Bowie's play about the legendary encounter between the punk rock quartet and the eccentric producer is clumsy and undramatic Read more

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Kawa Ada and Jonathan Winsby, Kiss Of The Spider Woman

Photo by John Gundy

Eclipse Theatre's site-specific staged concert production of the Tony Award-winning musical delivers a one-of-a-kind experience Read more

Musicals

Human Animals, photo by Lyon Smith

Photographer: Lyon Smith

Stef Smith's cautionary play about an environmental catastrophe feels obvious, but the Riverdale Park location is rich with atmosphere Read more

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Musical about the death and legacy of a cult leader features stunning design elements, but flashbacks and lack of interaction take away from the experience Read more

Musicals

Fun Home, Mr. Shi And His Lover, The Humans and Kiinalik: These Sharp Tools get some love in end-of-season awards Read more

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Jurors vote on the annual list of the best in Toronto theatre, dance and opera starting this week. Here are some names that should be top of mind. Read more

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TomorrowLove™

Neil Silcox

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

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Pomona

Mark Mullaly

A urban concrete island inspires tales of terror and violence Read more

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Domesticated is a funny look at sex, power and public shaming. Read more

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