Red Sky Performance and Canadian Stage’s “Miigis: Underwater Panther”

The Berkley Street Theatre is currently home to Red Sky Performance and their production of Miigis: Underwater Panther. A beautiful combination of live music and impressive choreography, Miigis: Underwater Panther is an intriguing exploration of Indigenous culture and heritage. Taking us from the birth of humanity to present day, this story of hope triumphing over…

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Soundstreams and Crow’s Theatre’s “Electric Messiah”

Crow’s Theatre is once again hosting a Soundstreams creation with their holiday offering Electric Messiah. Using a blend of Handel’s classical work and new adaptations, Electric Messiah celebrates the season in a truly 21st century way. Trust me, you haven’t experienced anything quite like this before!             Electric Messiah features four lead vocalists: Lindsay McIntyre,…

MOonhORsE Dance Theatre’s “Older and Reckless”

MOonhORsE Dance Theatre is bringing its 45th edition of Older and Reckless to the stage at the Harbourfront Centre. A joyous celebration of art, dance, and moving your body at ALL ages, it’s no wonder that Older and Reckless has become such a staple here in Toronto. This year’s program is powerful, vivacious, and entrancing,…

The YENSA Festival

The inaugural YENSA Festival kicked off its two nights of live performances with a stellar program featuring local artists and companies. Produced by the Lua Shayenne Dance Company, it is truly a joyous celebration of Black artists through dance and song. The two nights are completely unique, but if the first program is any indication…

Thursday Theatre Thoughts: Fringe!

For my first ever Thursday Theatre Thoughts, I wanted to reflect on my experiences with the Toronto Fringe Festival this year. Not only because it was my first time attending Toronto Fringe, but also because it was my first time tackling such a huge undertaking as a reviewer. I had an absolute blast and I…

Toronto Fringe Festival – July 16th

This was my busiest day at Fringe so far! With four shows at three different venues, it was a very full day of Fringing (and exploring the area around the theatre as well!). A day like this couldn’t make me happier, seeing great theatre and spending time around this beautiful city is exactly the thing…

Springworks Festival’s “Tapashta”

The Spring Works Festival, located in Stratford, Ontario, is currently offering a short works project entitled Tapashta. The Michif word for “renew,” all of the works in this eleven episode series are focused on this concept, a perfect way to celebrate the world reopening as well as this beautiful spring season! Tapashta is entirely online,…

Arts Collective Theatre’s “Dreamgirls”

Arts Collective Theatre opened their spring offering, Dreamgirls, to an enthusiastic audience Friday night. Called a “year long dream” by ACT director Chris Rabideau, Dreamgirls is a high energy trip to the past of show biz! Before Friday’s performance Rabideau mentioned that Dreamgirls was the stage debut of ninety percent of the cast; a huge…