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Colm Feore's RICHARD III is Now Streaming on Stratfest@Home

The Stratford Festival's acclaimed 2022 production of Richard III featuring Colm Feore in the title role is now coming to Stratfest@Home, the Festival's subscription streaming service, for national and international viewing.

Natal'ya Vorozhbit's BAD ROADS Extends at Crow's Theatre

Performances of BAD ROADS continue to sell out in rapid succession. The production is now on stage until December 3 only.

Review: BAD ROADS at Streetcar Crowsnest

It's a fascinating, disturbing work with a powerhouse cast, literally unsettling: never completely relaxing into a style or structure, it stretches deep into the monstrous before snapping back to remind us that the high and low road often originate from the same place.

Stratford Festival Unveils 2024 Casts and Creative Teams

Get all the latest updates on the highly anticipated 2024 season at the Stratford Festival. Find out which talented actors have been cast in which productions, and get ready to experience the magic of live theater at one of the world's most renowned festivals.

Cast Set For the North American Premiere Of Natal'ya Vorozhbit's BAD ROADS

Casting has been announced for BAD ROADS by Kyiv-born playwright Natal’ya Vorozhbit, directed by Andrew Kushnir. Get the details on the cast announcement for the North American premiere of this powerful play.

Lucy Peacock Will Receive Stratford Festival's Legacy Award

The Stratford Festival is honouring Lucy Peacock with this year's Legacy Award. The gala, hosted by Sheila McCarthy, will be held at Toronto's Four Seasons Hotel on Monday, October 2. Learn more about Lucy here!

September Lineup Revealed For The Meighen Forum

The Meighen Forum brings more insight to the Stratford Festival this September. Learn more about the full lineup here!

Stratford Festival Mourns The Loss Of Marti Maraden

Stratford Festival has shared news of the death of Marti Maraden, an artistic director, actor and director of rare skill, as well as a beloved colleague and mentor. She died Thursday, August 31, while visiting family in Sweden, having suddenly fallen ill. She was 78 years old. 

LES BELLES-SOEURS By Michel Tremblay Comes to The Stratford Festival

Les Belles-Soeurs, the Michel Tremblay masterpiece that revolutionized Québécois theatre and is renowned the world over, returns to Stratford with a production on the Festival Stage directed by Esther Jun.

The Stratford Festival's RICHARD III Comes to CBC and CBC Gem in August

The Stratford Festival’s production of Richard III featuring Colm Feore in the title role is coming to CBC and CBC Gem this August. Directed for the stage by Artistic Director Antoni Cimolino and for film by Barry Avrich, the production shines new light on Shakespeare’s tale of lethal ambition.

The Stratford Festival's RICHARD III Starring Colm Feore is Coming to Cineplex Theatres This April

The Stratford Festival’s latest film, Richard III, featuring Colm Feore in the title role, will première in Cineplex theatres across Canada on April 16, with encore screenings on April 17.

THINGS I KNOW TO BE TRUE Extends Through February 26

David Mirvish and The Company Theatre have announced that due to popular demand the Canadian premiere production of Andrew Bovell's drama, Things I Know to be True, directed by Philip Riccio will extend performances through February 26, 2023. 

Review: THINGS I KNOW TO BE TRUE at CAA Theatre

Things I Know to be True is an emotionally driven tale of a family stretched thin. With four adult children, it's not as easy for two loving parents to swoop in and know the right thing to say or do to make their children's crises disappear. Playing at the CAA Theatre for a limited engagement, this heartbreaking story is sure to help bond families.

Video: See Highlights From THINGS I KNOW TO BE TRUE By Andrew Bovell

David Mirvish and The Company Theatre, one of Toronto's most acclaimed independent theatre companies, present the Canadian premiere of the acclaimed Australian family drama, Things I Know to be True, written by Andrew Bovell and directed by Philip Riccio. See video highlights from the production!

Photos: First Look At The Canadian Premiere Of THINGS I KNOW TO BE TRUE By Andrew Bovell

See photos as David Mirvish and The Company Theatre, one of Toronto's most acclaimed independent theatre companies, present the Canadian premiere of the acclaimed Australian family drama, Things I Know to be True, written by Andrew Bovell and directed by Philip Riccio.

Mirvish to Present First Full Year Of Theatre Since 2019 Featuring PRESSURE, HAMILTON & More

It’s already the third week of January and the Mirvish theatres are getting ready for what is set to be be the first full year of theatre since 2019.

Stratford Festival 2023 Special Holiday Presale Begins Next Week

The Stratford Festival is putting the finishing touches on casting and will soon open its box office for a special holiday pre-sale for tickets to the 13 exciting shows of the 2023 season. With savings up to 25%, this is a perfect opportunity to secure tickets for your favourite shows or buy gifts for the theatre-lovers on your list.

Stratford Festival Announces Casting For 2023 Season Featuring Andrea Macasaet, Robert Markus, Jonathan Goad & More

Just as the 2022 season comes to a close, work for the 2023 season is getting underway at the Stratford Festival. Creative teams for next year's productions are coming into place and the casting department is busy confirming key roles for the season. Soon the workshops will be abuzz with artisans building the season's sets, props and costumes.

The Company Theatre's THINGS I KNOW TO BE TRUE Comes to CAA Theatre

David Mirvish and The Company Theatre, one of Toronto’s most acclaimed independent theatre companies, present the Canadian premiere of the acclaimed Australian family drama, Things I Know to be True, written by Andrew Bovell and directed by Philip Riccio.

Review: ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL at Stratford Festival Explores Murky Moral Territory with Passion and Delight

For the sixth time in the Stratford Festival’s history, a production of ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL is being mounted. It is fittingly being performed at the brand new Tom Patterson Theatre alongside RICHARD III. This is relevant because these were the two plays that launched the inaugural season of the Stratford Festival, 70 years ago. This current production delves into this head-scratcher of moral uncertainties with superb performances by all.

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