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BWW Review: UNCOVERED: JONI MITCHELL & CAROLE KING Re-imagines the 21st Century's Biggest Singer-Songwriter HitsBWW Review: UNCOVERED: JONI MITCHELL & CAROLE KING Re-imagines the 21st Century's Biggest Singer-Songwriter Hits
Posted: Nov. 18, 2018


BWW Review: THE RUNNER is a Haunting Look Into Human GoodnessBWW Review: THE RUNNER is a Haunting Look Into Human Goodness
Posted: Dec. 4, 2018


BWW Interview: Camille Eanga-Selenge's Dorothy is a Modern Torontonian in Ross Petty's THE WIZARD OF OZ PantoBWW Interview: Camille Eanga-Selenge's Dorothy is a Modern Torontonian in Ross Petty's THE WIZARD OF OZ Panto
Posted: Dec. 2, 2018


BWW Review: YELLOW RABBIT Places Fear and Human Instinct in the SpotlightBWW Review: YELLOW RABBIT Places Fear and Human Instinct in the Spotlight
Posted: Nov. 26, 2018


BWW Interview: Christopher Morris Delves into the Research and Writing Behind THE RUNNERBWW Interview: Christopher Morris Delves into the Research and Writing Behind THE RUNNER
Posted: Nov. 28, 2018


BWW Review: WE KEEP COMING BACK is a Visually Dynamic, Personal Look into Jewish-Polish IdentityBWW Review: WE KEEP COMING BACK is a Visually Dynamic, Personal Look into Jewish-Polish Identity
Posted: Nov. 24, 2018


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BWW Interview: E. Clayton Cornelious on How Destiny Lead Him to AIN'T TOO PROUDInterview: Cornelious on How Destiny Lead Him to AIN'T TOO PROUD
Posted: Nov. 5, 2018


BWW Review: MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM at SoulpepperBWW Review: MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM at Soulpepper
Posted: May. 20, 2018


BWW Review: UNCOVERED: JONI MITCHELL & CAROLE KING Re-imagines the 21st Century's Biggest Singer-Songwriter HitsBWW Review: UNCOVERED: JONI MITCHELL & CAROLE KING Re-imagines the 21st Century's Biggest Singer-Songwriter Hits
Posted: Nov. 18, 2018


ORALTORIO: A THEATRICAL MIXTAPE Examines Society and Culture Through Black MusicORALTORIO: A THEATRICAL MIXTAPE Examines Society and Culture Through Black Music
Posted: Oct. 15, 2018


BWW Review: Soulpepper's BED AND BREAKFAST is Fully Booked with Love and LaughterBWW Review: Soulpepper's BED AND BREAKFAST is Fully Booked with Love and Laughter
Posted: Aug. 19, 2018


BWW Review: The Female Experience Exposed - and Hilarious - in Second City's SHE THE PEOPLEBWW Review: The Female Experience Exposed - and Hilarious - in Second City's SHE THE PEOPLE
Posted: Aug. 20, 2018


BWW Review: THE RUNNER is a Haunting Look Into Human GoodnessBWW Review: THE RUNNER is a Haunting Look Into Human Goodness
December 4, 2018

Written by Christopher Morris following years of research in Israel, directed by Daniel Brooks, and produced by Human Cargo with the support of Theatre Passe Muraille, THE RUNNER is an intimate look into the life of Jakob (Gord Rand), a member of the Jewish crisis-response team ZAKA.

BWW Interview: Camille Eanga-Selenge's Dorothy is a Modern Torontonian in Ross Petty's THE WIZARD OF OZ PantoBWW Interview: Camille Eanga-Selenge's Dorothy is a Modern Torontonian in Ross Petty's THE WIZARD OF OZ Panto
December 2, 2018

After a six-year stint with international productions of The Book of Mormon, Camille Eanga-Selenge has returned to Canada to star in Ross Petty's THE WIZARD OF OZ: A TOTO-LY TWISTERED FAMILY MUSICAL.The show's leading lady recently sat down to discuss her involvement with the show, her favourite co-star, and her globetrotting experience with The Book of Mormon.

BWW Interview: Christopher Morris Delves into the Research and Writing Behind THE RUNNERBWW Interview: Christopher Morris Delves into the Research and Writing Behind THE RUNNER
November 28, 2018

After numerous trips to Israel and nearly a decade of writing and refining, Human Cargo's artistic director and playwright Christopher Morris's newest show, THE RUNNER, is ready for audiences at Theatre Passe Murailles. Morris took time to delve into the process behind the show's research and inspiration, giving us a look into how the one-man show was created - and how the idea came to him over 20 years ago.

BWW Review: YELLOW RABBIT Places Fear and Human Instinct in the SpotlightBWW Review: YELLOW RABBIT Places Fear and Human Instinct in the Spotlight
November 26, 2018

In a desolate world, to what lengths are people willing to go to feel safe? In YELLOW RABBIT, produced by Silk Bath Collective and Soulpepper and directed by Jasmine Chen in its world premiere, two people must determine what they value most, and suffer greatly at the hands of the leader of a refuge in China called Rich-Man Hill.

BWW Review: WE KEEP COMING BACK is a Visually Dynamic, Personal Look into Jewish-Polish IdentityBWW Review: WE KEEP COMING BACK is a Visually Dynamic, Personal Look into Jewish-Polish Identity
November 24, 2018

WE KEEP COMING BACK, produced by Factory Theatre and Selfconscious Productions, begins with a dream of Warsaw, but strangely enough, never quite gets there. Most ideas expressed go unanswered by the cast, and rightfully so, given the show's foundation.

BWW Review: UNCOVERED: JONI MITCHELL & CAROLE KING Re-imagines the 21st Century's Biggest Singer-Songwriter HitsBWW Review: UNCOVERED: JONI MITCHELL & CAROLE KING Re-imagines the 21st Century's Biggest Singer-Songwriter Hits
November 18, 2018

What happens when you put eight accomplished singers, two dynamic actresses, and a back-up band that steals the show more than once? You get UNCOVERED: JONI MITCHELL & CAROLE KING.

BWW Preview: Sara Farb on Bringing UNCOVERED: JONI MITCHELL AND CAROLE KING to LifeBWW Preview: Sara Farb on Bringing UNCOVERED: JONI MITCHELL AND CAROLE KING to Life
November 12, 2018

The artists and creatives behind The Musical Stage Company's 2018 edition of UNCOVERED will be preparing for opening night of the popular series, and on Monday, November 13, ten accomplished and dynamic performers will take the stage to cover a wealth of songs from pioneering singer-songwriters Joni Mitchell and Carole King, under the direction of the series' driving force, Reza Jacobs (Music Direction, Vocal Arrangements, Orchestrations).

BWW Interview: E. Clayton Cornelious on How Destiny Lead Him to AIN'T TOO PROUDBWW Interview: E. Clayton Cornelious on How Destiny Lead Him to AIN'T TOO PROUD
November 5, 2018

As the Toronto run of AIN'T TOO PROUD enters the last few weeks of its run, so too does the pre-Broadway tour of the ground-breaking new show based on the formation, life, and legacy of The Temptations. For E. Clayton Cornelious, who's been involved since initial readings, it's been a life and career-changing opportunity. He's earned his first regional nomination in the 2018 TBA Awards for Outstanding Performance In A Featured Role In A Musical, and is preparing for a range of shows and charity work in both New York and his hometown Pittsburgh before opening the show on Broadway at the Imperial Theatre in early 2019.

BWW Review: ESCAPED ALONE's Cast is the Welcome Light in a Dark StoryBWW Review: ESCAPED ALONE's Cast is the Welcome Light in a Dark Story
November 6, 2018

Caryl Churchill's 2016 work ESCAPED ALONE receives a subtle, simple rendition in its Canadian premiere. Produced by Soulpepper and the Necessary Angel Theatre Company, the piece walks a fine line between mundane and manic for the entirety of its 50-minute view time.

BWW Review: THE ROYALE Hits Hard on Sport, Sacrifice, and HonourBWW Review: THE ROYALE Hits Hard on Sport, Sacrifice, and Honour
October 26, 2018

Written by Marco Ramirez and directed by Guillermo Verdecchia in this Soulpepper production, THE ROYALE is described as a match told in six rounds. What viewers actually get is a 90-minute whirlwind of emotion packed to the brim with subtle self-reference and a gut-wrenching showdown between a rising boxing star and a legend come out of retirement to defend his title.

BWW Review: Crime and Consequence Fuel THE NETHER with a Dynamic Look Into the Ethics of Virtual Reality.BWW Review: Crime and Consequence Fuel THE NETHER with a Dynamic Look Into the Ethics of Virtual Reality.
October 16, 2018

How do you charge a person in the flesh for their actions in a simulation? Produced by Coal Mine Theatre and Studio 180 Theatre, Jennifer Haley's work shines as a multi-world crime investigation.

BWW Review: THE WOLVES at Crow's Theatre Serves as a Reminder of Female StrengthBWW Review: THE WOLVES at Crow's Theatre Serves as a Reminder of Female Strength
October 15, 2018

Sarah DeLappe's first foray into playwriting is a complete knockout, and is brilliantly directed by Courtney Ch'ng Lancaster and produced by The Howland Company and Crow's Theatre.

ORALTORIO: A THEATRICAL MIXTAPE Examines Society and Culture Through Black MusicORALTORIO: A THEATRICAL MIXTAPE Examines Society and Culture Through Black Music
October 15, 2018

Striking audio and powerful stories drive ORALTORIO: A THEATRICAL MIXTAPE as the lives of black women, never named yet eerily familiar, are brought to life in this new Soulpepper and Obsidian Theatre production, directed by Mumbi Tindyebwa Otu.

BWW Review: DR. SILVER Masterfully Conducts a New Type of Theatrical ExperienceBWW Review: DR. SILVER Masterfully Conducts a New Type of Theatrical Experience
September 22, 2018

DR. SILVER: A CELEBRATION OF LIFE is setting a new standard for Canadian musical theatre. From the moment you arrive at the venue, you're faced with a mass of Dr. Silver's followers - they're friendly, but it's unsettling to watch the room slowly fill with mini cups of blue water.

BWW Review: The Female Experience Exposed - and Hilarious - in Second City's SHE THE PEOPLEBWW Review: The Female Experience Exposed - and Hilarious - in Second City's SHE THE PEOPLE
August 20, 2018

What happens when you get a group of talented women together to write a show? Over a dozen sketches that reveal the funnier aspects of being a woman.

BWW Review: Soulpepper's BED AND BREAKFAST is Fully Booked with Love and LaughterBWW Review: Soulpepper's BED AND BREAKFAST is Fully Booked with Love and Laughter
August 19, 2018

Mark Crawford's BED AND BREAKFAST is a two-man show stuffed to the brim with vibrant, interesting characters, that takes place after Brett (Gregory Prest) inherits a family home in some Ontario small-town and packs up his life in Toronto with his partner Drew (Paolo Santalucia) to open a bed and breakfast.

BWW Review: Soulpepper's ORLANDO is an Impressive, Existential Look into IdentityBWW Review: Soulpepper's ORLANDO is an Impressive, Existential Look into Identity
July 14, 2018

How can a life be described when the only constants are a name and a poem? In Soulpepper's production of ORLANDO, the title character struggles with existentialism and a fixation on death - something that seems to constantly elude them.

BWW Review: Comedy and High Art Clash in Soulpepper's LA BĘTE
June 2, 2018

What happens when a street performer is thrown into a court theatre troupe? In Soulpepper's production of the 1991 David Hirson play, the result includes a lot of body humour, monologuing, and deeper-than-expected political commentary.

BWW Review: INNOCENCE LOST at SoulpepperBWW Review: INNOCENCE LOST at Soulpepper
May 26, 2018

Soulpepper's production of INNOCENCE LOST: A PLAY ABOUT STEVEN TRUSCOTT is an intense look into a case that changed Canada's judicial system and divided a town.

BWW Review: AFTER THE BLACKOUT at SoulpepperBWW Review: AFTER THE BLACKOUT at Soulpepper
May 20, 2018

AFTER THE BLACKOUT began as a testimonial play but developed into a dramatic, rich collection of stories told by a great ensemble.



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