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03 September 2019

2019 at the Shaw Festival

By // Theatre

After I saw Brigadoon, the Shaw Festival’s magical staging of a reimagined classic musical, I right away sat down to write about the experience. At least for me, the night …

16 May 2019

OLD STOCK: A Refugee Love Story

By // Theatre (Toronto)

What caught my attention for Tarragon Theatre’s performance of OLD STOCK: A Refugee Love Story was Ben Caplan. I read that he did the music for the show, and immediately …

08 April 2018

On Stage in TO: Pain, thematically speaking

By // Theatre (Toronto)

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

05 March 2018

Moscovitch’s Tarragon Bunny

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Rarely am I so entirely delighted with almost every moment of a production as I was with Hannah Moscovitch’s new play Bunny, on at the Tarragon until April 1st. In …

14 September 2016

Stratford’s 2016 Modern Drama

By // Theatre

All My Sons This Arthur Miller drama feels a-typical for the company that’s made its name on Shakespeare and its money on musicals. Though modern drama isn’t Stratford’s usual racket, …

11 April 2015

On Stage in TO: Mid-West

By // Theatre (Toronto)

With the weather warming up and city-dwellers coming out of hibernation, the Toronto theatre community is providing plenty of places for them to go. You could head down Yonge Street …

21 March 2014

My Theatre Award Nominee: Q&A w/ Elisa Moolecherry

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Before we announce the winners of the 2013 My Theatre Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. In Tarragon’s Hannah Moscovitch double bill last March, Elisa Moolecherry stole our hearts …

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