MyEntWorld Staff

It’s time once again for our annual Critics’ Pick Award nominations! Below is a list of the art and artists that stood out to us in 2019 in Toronto theatre. Who Qualifies? Any production one of our Toronto writers saw between January 1st and December 31st was considered for nomination, unless it was a remount […]

After a rollercoaster year for theatre in Toronto and the surrounding area, it’s time once again to look back at the best of the past 12 months. As we head into 2019 with promising new voices at the helm of our powerful institutions and a sense of real hope in the community and across the […]

Our favourite Fringe Festival ever, expanded dance coverage, and a shifting indie landscape were the defining features of our 2017 in Toronto theatre. Our staff collectively saw hundreds of productions and below are our picks for the best of the best over the past 12 months. Who Qualifies? Any production one of our Toronto writers […]

  Kelly Bedard

We’re not exaggerating when we say that we can’t remember a year of movies better than this one. The prestige dramas were good, the action movies were good, the indie darlings were incredible. There were great superhero movies and great rom-coms and great monster movies and great war movies and even a great musical. Why […]

  Kelly Bedard

It’s been an incredible year for Toronto theatre. We started out with one of the strongest Januarys in recent memory (3 of our eventual Outstanding Production nominees all played simultaneously that month) then rollicked through the spring towards an overwhelmingly popular Fringe (with an emotional goodbye to the iconic Honest Ed’s tent) and arguably the […]

  Theresa Perkins

For many, 2016 will be recalled with disdain as one of the worst years in recent memory. From political side shows (horror shows?) to international scandals to ever-frequent visits by the grim reaper, it has become difficult to look back on this past year with anything but malaise. After a bountiful year of New York […]

  Rachael Nisenkier

It’s MyCinema Awards time – that time when our writing staff digs through the long lists of movies we loved, loathed, and everything in between to try and capture The Year in Cinema. This year we fell for everything from prestige fare to jazz biopics to fascinating small movies that many other folks overlooked. The […]

  Saiya Floyd

Television continues to outdo itself in terms of quality and, let’s be honest, quantity. We were treated with incredible show after incredible show this year. Some were new, some were returning. Some were massive hits, others hidden gems. There was really something for everyone and, in coming up with our nominees, we tried our best […]