Bad Hats Theatre and Soulpepper Theatre Company’s “Alice in Wonderland”

It’s the perfect time of year for a trip to Wonderland and Bad Hats Theatre, along with Soulpepper Theatre Company, are allowing you to do just that! Alice in Wonderland, adapted by Fiona Sauder and directed by Sue Miner, is a magical journey for the whole family. Full of songs, laughter, and a beautiful message,…

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Canadian Stage’s “Little Dickens”

If you’re looking for a laugh this holiday season, look no further than Little Dickens on at Canadian Stage’s Berkley Street Theatre. Ronnie Burkett and the marionette cast of the Daisy Theatre bring Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” to life with a hilarious, improvised take on the classic tale. Definitely not for kids but for…

Factory Theatre’s “The Waltz”

The next world premiere from Factory Theatre’s season is The Waltz, written by Marie Beath Badian and directed by Nina Lee Aquino. A sequel to her 2018 work Prairie Nurse, audiences now get to experience the next generation as they talk about their parents, the past, and how that’s shaping their lives in the present.…

Soulpepper Theatre’s “The Ex-Boyfriend Yard Sale”

Soulpepper’s latest offering is The Ex-Boyfriend Yard Sale, being presented in association with Outside the March and Red Light District theatre companies. The Ex-Boyfriend Yard Sale is created and performed by Haley McGee and based on the real events of her life. It chronicles her financial struggles after moving to the UK, and how anything…

Canadian Stage’s “Public Enemy”

Canadian Stage is kicking off their mainstage 2022/23 season with Olivier Choinière’s Public Enemy. Adapted by Bobby Theodore and directed by Brendan Healy, Public Enemy uniquely explores humanity via family dinners and the chaos they inevitably create. Starring masters of their craft and brilliant newcomers, Public Enemy is unlike anything I’ve experienced and it is…

Soulpepper Theatre’s “Bad Parent”

Ins Choi brings his insightful new play Bad Parent home to Toronto’s Soulpepper Theatre to start its rolling world premiere. Bad Parent, directed by Meg Roe, takes a hard look at the lives of Norah and Charles after the birth of their son, Mountain. Through the use of frequent moments of direct address, Norah and…

Laura Ramoso’s “Frances”

Laura Ramoso, a sketch comedian and popular TikToker, has brought the most hilarious, must-see, one-woman show to Toronto’s Alumnae Theatre. Frances is an absolute riot; full of laughs from start to finish and brimming with her wit and charm. Directed by Alastair Forbes with consultation from Ken Hall, Frances takes us on a journey with…