Canadian Stage’s “Is God Is”

Making its Canadian debut at Canadian Stage’s Berkeley Street Theatre, Aleshea Harris’ Is God Is is an absolute phenomenon. Presented in partnership with Obsidian Theatre Company and Necessary Angel Theatre Company, this collaboration was well worth the wait! A haunting, mesmerizing, brilliant roller coaster of a play, Is God Is totally blew me away. Director…

Soulpepper’s “Pipeline”

Kicking off Soulepper’s 25th season is the Canadian premiere of Pipeline by Dominique Morisseau.  Directed by Soulpepper’s Artistic Director Weyni Megesha, Pipeline delves into the harsh reality of the School-to-Prison Pipeline through the eyes of a mother’s love and the sacrifices she’s willing to make to ensure her son doesn’t become another statistic. The set…

Mirvish Productions’ “Room”

After an unfortunately (albeit necessary) hiatus and a successful run at the Grand Theatre in London, Room is ready for its run here in Toronto! Based on the best-selling novel by Emma Donoghue, Room is a beautiful play with songs about how a mother’s love can triumph over even the darkest of circumstances. A collaborative…

Crow’s Theatre’s “Orphans for the Czar”

The latest offering from Crow’s Theatre is a production of George F. Walker’s Orphans for the Czar. This quirky comedy, which takes place on the cusp of the Russian Revolution, is an emotionally charged delight. Directed by Tanja Jacobs, this is definitely one you don’t want to miss! This was my first time seeing a show…

Tarragon Theatre’s “Yaga”

Kat Sandler has another poignant, hilarious hit on her hands with her latest work Yaga. Making its world premiere at the Tarragon Theatre Mainspace, Yaga is a stellar start to Tarragon's 2019/2020 Season. Sandler expertly plays with the legend of Baba Yaga and weaves it into a riveting whodunit infused with such sexuality, power, and intrigue…

University Players’ Production of “God of Carnage”

The University Players' latest offering, Yasmina Reza's God of Carnage, is an intense, emotional roller coaster. Brimming with intelligent dialogue which is punctuated with the most delightfully awkward silences imaginable, God of Carnage examines violence not only within our society, but on a global level. God of Carnage is powerfully performed by four actors: Conor Murphy and…