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07 March 2018

Nominee Interview Series: Michael Ross Albert

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. It could be argued that no single playwright had a bigger …

25 May 2016

Storefront’s Hangman

By // Theatre (Toronto)

The latest production at the Storefront Theatre is a stop-and-go situation. There are long swaths where I struggled to stay engaged; meandering monologues from playwright Jason Maghanoy’s broad characters in …

25 February 2016

Brandon Crone’s Contempt

By // Theatre (Toronto)

The opening scene of writer/director Brandon Crone’s latest play Contempt features a great Louis CK routine in which he proclaims that the concept of “there’s someone for everyone” is bullshit. It’s …

07 December 2015

The Storefront Castle

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Dean Gabourie‘s sparse and tonally conflicted staging of Howard Barker’s The Castle seems to feature every actor you’ve ever seen at the Storefront. There’s the ever-reliable Sean Sullivan hamming it …

06 September 2015

Dinner and a Show: Big Plans has Big Bite

By // Theatre (Toronto)

In the forward to Melancholy Play, Sarah Ruhl, makes a plea to future producers of the show: “The audience knows the different between being talked to and talked at. Talk …

24 May 2015

Once Upon a Trout

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Claudia Dey’s well lauded but suspiciously neat backwoods fairytale is an intriguing but flawed examination of co-dependence on its own but director Daniel Pagett does something directors rarely do with …

03 April 2015

The 2014 My Theatre Award Winners: Toronto

By // Theatre (Toronto)

On Monday March 30th, the Toronto theatre community gathered together at The Great Hall on Queen West to celebrate all the amazing work that made it to the stage in …

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