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17 February 2020

Crow’s Theatre: Secret Life of a Mother

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Hannah Moscovitch’s Secret Life of a Mother is a raw and compelling portrait of the darker side of motherhood – one rarely acknowledged in polite conversation, forcing the arts to …

18 January 2020

Groundling & Crow’s Caesar

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Julius Caesar is a tragedy for the masses. For the uninitiated, many Shakespearean tragedies are at least somewhat familiar because his work has transcended every cultural boundary: of course you …

14 October 2019

At Crows: Ghost Quartet & The Flick

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A captivating pairing of co-productions has taken over the east end Streetcar Crowsnest venue this fall with a world-renowned but perfectly grounded everyman epic in the mainspace and an understated …

29 March 2019

Nominee Interview Series: Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster (2018)

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Before we announce the winners of the 2018 MyEntWorld Critics’ Pick Awards, we’re proud to present our annual…

26 November 2018

Crow’s Studio: What I Call Her

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What I Call Her is a new play written by Ellie Moon and performed in partnership with Crow’s Theatre. Opening night was a great success, filled with the thrill and …

26 November 2018

Crows Mainspace: Middletown

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This Crow’s remount of the 2017 Shaw production of Will Eno’s Middletown, is the story of a generic town, equidistant from its neighbouring towns, with a stable population, elevation, not too …

13 October 2018

Howland’s Wolves at Crow’s

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Sarah Delappe’s The Wolves is one of the finest pieces of theatre I’ve had the pleasure to see. It’s not an exaggeration to say that Howland Company’s production has everything. …

08 April 2018

On Stage in TO: Pain, thematically speaking

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Thom Pain (based on nothing) (Theatre By Committee)…

02 April 2018

Nominee Interview Series: Ngozi Paul

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Before we announce the winners of the 2017 MyEntWorld Critics’ Pick Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. A&R Angels was an interesting, yet very flawed production that left …

01 April 2018

Nominee Interview Series: Tom Rooney

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Before we announce the winners of the 2017 MyEntWorld Critics’ Pick Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. I would not get a lot of pushback if I were …

13 January 2018

On Stage in TO: Til Death Do You Part

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Death and marriage are all the rage on Toronto stages at the moment with four current productions totally preoccupied with one or both. The most prominent is Groundling Theatre Company’s …

02 December 2017

A&R Angels – Send ​Anyone Else To Save Me

By // Theatre (Toronto)

A&R Angels is a story about two songwriting guardian angels who use their music to pull people back from the brink of suicide. Though late in their career, their music …

26 April 2017

On Stage in TO: Hate/Love

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Coal Mine Theatre is drawn to disturbing programming about mankind’s darkest truths. Their productions are often visceral, unpleasant, gritty, caked in blood, laced with profanity and only sometimes ultimately uplifting. …

20 March 2017

Theatrefront’s Orange Dot

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The Orange Dot, a Theatrefront presentation, is all about mansplaining. If you’ve been living under a rock for the last few years and don’t know what mansplaining is, then this …

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