Torquil Campbell News

Noel Coward's HAY FEVER Begins Previews at Stratford Festival
by BWW News Desk - May 28, 2014

Last season, the Stratford Festival staged a wildly popular production of Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit; this season, another Coward classic will be presented at the Avon Theatre, the outrageously witty Hay Fever. Directed by Alisa Palmer, this hilarious comedy began previews on Wednesday and officially opens on Thursday, June 19. (more...)

Stratford Festival Announces MADNESS: MINDS PUSHED TO THE EDGE 2014 Season; Feat. Shakespeare, CRAZY FOR YOU & More
by BWW News Desk - Aug 20, 2013

Artistic Director Antoni Cimolino has announced the 2014 season, in which, through the prism of a dozen plays, the Stratford Festival will explore the theme of Madness: Minds Pushed to the Edge. (more...)

Jason Collett, Toronto Symphony and More Set for Luminato's 2013 Late Night Music Lineup
by BWW News Desk - Jun 12, 2013

As the theatre curtains lower and the Festival Hub concerts at David Pecaut Square come to an end each night, the 7th Annual Luminato Festival is prepared to maintain momentum with a series of after-hours shows through Luminato Late Night Music featuring a Montreal DJ, a German Art collective, a troubadour, and a symphony. (more...)

Stratford Festival Celebrates 60th Season Highlights at Annual General Meeting
by BWW News Desk - Mar 10, 2013

The Stratford Festival held its annual general meeting on Saturday, celebrating the successes of its landmark 60th season, under the joint leadership of Artistic Director Des McAnuff and General Director Antoni Cimolino. This was Mr. McAnuff's final season as Artistic Director. Mr. Cimolino has now assumed that role, with Anita Gaffney becoming Executive Director. (more...)

Stratford Festival Presents Toronto Launch of THE FORUM with Adam Gopnik, Rufus Wainwright and Torquil Campbell
by BWW News Desk - Feb 25, 2013

The Stratford Festival invites you to see Shakespeare in a whole new light, channeled through the remarkable perspectives of some of Canada's most provocative thinkers and performers, Torquil Campbell, Adam Gopnik and Rufus Wainwright. (more...)