John D. Huston’s “A Christmas Carol”

The Red Sandcastle Theatre is keeping the holiday spirits high with John D. Huston’s production of A Christmas Carol. Based on the one-man versions Dickens used to perform himself, this production is sure to delight those familiar with the story as well as new-comers alike. With just a few performances scheduled, you certainly don’t want…

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Eldritch Theatre and Pucking Fuppet Co’s “The Family Crow: A Murder Mystery”

Eldritch Theatre is launching its first full season of productions with the Pucking Fuppet Co’s The Family Crow: A Murder Mystery. Having successfully toured the show to several festivals throughout the summer, actor Adam Francois Proulx and director Byron Laviolette bring their delightful show home to Toronto with a run at the Red Sandcastle Theatre.…

Keir Cutler’s “Civilized”

September 30th marks the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, and so it was a perfect day to open Civilized at the Red Sandcastle Theatre. Sitting in a packed house with an audience predominantly donning orange shirts, you could tell that the performance was going to be special. Civilized certainly brings forward the Truth aspect…

Sky Gilbert’s “Who’s Afraid of Titus?”

In the latest workshop of his adaptation of Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus, Sky Gilbert gives us a sexy tale of revenge entitled Who’s Afraid of Titus? Performed at the Red Sandcastle Theatre, Who’s Afraid of Titus is certainly for adult audiences only, but you’ll have a killer time!             I have to applaud Gilbert not just…