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Thumbelina: A Little Musical


Tiny Adventurer, Big Dreams!

Broadway Blockbusters with Ramin Karimloo & Mikaela Bennett


Acclaimed Broadway star and Toronto native Ramin Karimloo joins celebrated Canadian vocalist Mikaela Bennett for a journey through the blockbusters of musical theatre, from the ...

How We Got To Jersey: A Tale of Two Frankies presented by Theatre Collingwood


How We Got To Jersey: A Tale Of Two Frankies is a brand-new musical concert telling the behind-the-scenes story of playing Frankie Valli in the ...

Disney's Finding Nemo Jr.
6/14 - 6/15/2024


Disneys Finding Nemo JR. is a musical adaptation of the beloved 2003 Pixar movie Finding Nemo, with new songs written by award-winning composers Kristen Anderson-Lopez ...

Nightwood Theatre's 2024 Lawyer Show: The Sound of Music


Nightwood Theatre invites you to the 2024 Lawyer Show, The Sound of Music, one of the most beloved musicals of all time, at the Jane ...

Prove a Villain
Prove a Villain
6/11 - 6/16/2024


PROVE A VILLAIN is a radical reimagining of Shakespeare’s Richard III, examining a queer woman’s doomed venture to succeed within the bounds of the patriarchy. ...

R.A.V.E.
R.A.V.E.
6/9 - 6/16/2024


Immersive theatre meets the dancefloor in this innovative rave experience for desperate times.  Me Time, one of Toronto's favourite underground DJs, has teamed up with ...

Sam Sferrazza's Work-in-Progress & Johnnie McNamara Walker's The Heterosexuals


A one-night-only Pride Month double-bill featuring two of Toronto’s funniest gays / gayest funnies! Work-in-Progress  by Sam Sferrazza For comedian Sam Sferrazza, there are some ...

The Addams Family
5/24 - 6/16/2024


THE ADDAMS FAMILY, a comical feast that embraces the wackiness in every family, features an original story and it’s every father’s nightmare: Wednesday Addams, the ...

HitchC*CK Hotel
HitchC*CK Hotel
6/18 - 6/20/2024


Toronto Film School acting students will bring a “cinematic six-pack of Hitch-flicks” to the stage, when they launch their production of  Hitchcock Hotel  at Papermill ...

To Be or Not To Be
To Be or Not To Be
6/18 - 6/20/2024


Toronto Film School’s Christopher Sawchyn has long desired to direct a Russian comedy on stage, so when he chanced upon Miriam Laurence’s To Be or ...

Constellations
Constellations
6/14 - 6/22/2024


Though the premise for this quirky, romantic two-hander begins simply as a meeting between two people, it quickly defies the boundaries of the world we ...

We Will Rock You
6/14 - 6/22/2024


We Will Rock You is a high-energy rock musical unlike any other. Created by Queen, the legendary rock band, it utilizes the vast catalog of ...

Kimiko’s Pearl
Kimiko’s Pearl
6/22 - 6/23/2024


A story of war, sacrifice and renewal based on the Japanese Canadian internment of WWII. Kimiko’s Pearl is a new ballet that unfurls the bittersweet ...

Swipes Right: Back on the Apps


It’s love at first laugh with The Second City! Bring your partner, lover, significant other, spouse, friend with benefits, friend with EXTRA benefits, platonic BFF, ...

Fiddler on the Roof
Fiddler on the Roof
6/12 - 6/30/2024


Journey to the Russian village of Anatevka for a time-honoured family favourite that has touched audiences around the world with its winning combination of humour, ...

SPIN - in concert


A timeless musical celebration of the bicycle, Evalyn Parry’s SPIN is an innovative production that has toured the continent for over a decade. Inspired in ...

Elephant and Piggie's We are in a Play!


The popular sold out show returns for a limited time at the Randolph Theatre (736 Bathurst St.)! Piggie is excited, because she has no idea ...

The Money Tree
The Money Tree
7/11 - 7/13/2024


Guild Festival Theatre presents Roseneath Theatre's award-winning show The Money Tree. When Shasta’s father loses his job, she is devastated to learn that previously laid ...

86 ME: The Restaurant Play
86 ME: The Restaurant Play
7/3 - 7/14/2024


"86 ME" is an immersive, interactive theatrical experience and a love letter to the brutal and romantic lives of Toronto’s bartenders and servers. After the ...


Learning Stage: book: David Simpatico; lyrics: Greg Cham, Ray Cham, Andy Dodd, Matthew Gerrard, Faye Greenberg, Jamie Houston, David N. Lawrence, Bryan Louiselle, Robbie Nevil, ...

ROSAMUND - A New Musical
ROSAMUND - A New Musical
7/3 - 7/14/2024


Forget all you know about Sleeping Beauty. In this epic new musical reimagining by Andrew Seok (writer of The Man With The Golden Heart, Unravelled, ...

Twinkle Twinkle
Twinkle Twinkle
6/29 - 7/21/2024


Live! At The Wychwood Theatre 76 Wychwood Ave. Toronto, ON A new galactic recruit, a missing star, and a bit of unexpected mayhem create the ...

Wicked
Wicked
6/5 - 7/21/2024


Winner of over 50 major awards including the Grammy Award and three Tony Awards, WICKED is the untold story of the witches of Oz. Long ...

The Prom
7/17 - 7/27/2024


The Prom is a comedic musical with a heartwarming message, created by a talented team. The music was composed by Matthew Sklar, with lyrics by ...


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Review: HEDDA GABLER at Coal Mine Theatre


by Ilana Lucas - May 19, 2024

Director Moya O’Connell’s take on Henrik Ibsen’s play, in a new version by Liisa Repo-Martel, emphasizes the power of triangles, relationship groupings that seem stable but which are easily unbalanced by such an act of bisection. With a dynamite cast, an accessible adaptation, and the claustrophobic...

Review: HADESTOWN at Ed Mirvish Theatre


by Samantha Wu - May 21, 2024

Back by popular demand for a limited time is the multiple Tony and Grammy Awards winning new musical Hadestown - music, lyrics, and book by Anaïs Mitchell, directed by Rachel Chavkin - for a limited run at the CAA Ed Mirvish Theatre until May 26. This modern, politically relevant tale combines two c...

Review: SWAN LAKES AND MINUS 16 at Harbourfront Centre


by Ilana Lucas - May 05, 2024

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Review: SHANIQUA IN ABSTRACTION at Streetcar Crowsnest


by Ilana Lucas - April 15, 2024

Directed by Sabryn Rock, behind Theatre Passe Muraille’s hit Our Place, watson’s show is an 85-minute series of sketches about the joys and frustrations of being a Black woman right here, right now....

Review: SPRING DOUBLE BILL at Toronto Dance Theatre


by Ilana Lucas - April 14, 2024

Toronto Dance Theatre’s Spring Double Bill, highlighting East Asian choreographers of different dance backgrounds, is as welcome as a spring bloom. The two trios run the gamut from serious to irreverent, but both highlight dance as a way to connect, whether between the present and past self, or betw...

Review: EL TERREMOTO at Tarragon Theatre


by Ilana Lucas - April 08, 2024

When the ground beneath your feet starts, to move it's an unmooring, dangerous feeling. That’s the sensation that shakes at the core of Christine Quintana’s complex and refreshing new play, EL TERREMOTO (The Earthquake), which may shake you from your seat—even without the help of the intense rumble ...

Review: UNCLEARING at Harbourfront Centre


by Ilana Lucas - April 08, 2024

As the name suggests, UNCLEARING can be somewhat opaque in its messaging to the audience, but it doesn’t stop it from being a stimulating evening....

Review: HAMLET, PRINCE OF DENMARK at Elgin Theatre


by Ilana Lucas - April 08, 2024

Produced by Côté Danse, Ex Machina and Dvoretsky Productions, THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET is on at the Elgin theatre for five short days, and it’s a respectable addition to Ham Mountain, a visually inventive production that never lets its stage magic overshadow the dancers behind and in front of the curta...

Review: LES MISERABLES at the Princess of Wales Theatre


by Samantha Wu - March 30, 2024

The world's most beloved musical, Les Misérables - directed by Laurence Connor and James Powell based on the Victor Hugo novel, makes a highly anticipated return to the Princess of Wales Theatre for a limited engagement. This new reimagined staging is heralded as a reawakening of the classic for the...

Review: DANA H. at Factory Theatre


by Ilana Lucas - March 25, 2024

When actress Jordan Baker opens her mouth, the voice we hear isn’t hers; it’s the voice of Dana H. playwright Lucas Hnath’s mother, Dana Higginbotham, recorded in a series of interviews and cut together to form a lip sync track. Dana herself speaks her truth as she remembers it, which in this case i...



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