Eldritch Theatre’s “Requiem for a Gumshoe”

Eldritch Theatre is bringing magic, murder, and mystery to the Red Sandcastle Theatre with the latest installment of the Apocalypse Trilogy Requiem for a Gumshoe. With the style and charm of a Humphrey Bogart film, combined with slight of hand and myriad storytelling mediums, Requiem for a Gumshoe is guaranteed to be unlike anything else…

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Tarragon Theatre’s “Post-Democracy”

Tarragon Theatre is currently presenting Hannah Moscovitch’s latest play, Post-Democracy. Directed by Mumbi Tindyebwa Otu, this provocative, poignant work is a sobering look at the world’s most elite citizens and what gets hidden behind boardroom doors. With a stellar cast and an intriguing script, Post-Democracy is not to be missed.             The set design for…

Stage Door Dialogues – Diego Matamoros from Tarragon Theatre’s “Post Democracy”

Diego Matamoros, one of the founding members of Soulpepper Theatre, is a legend in Canadian Theatre. Having acted in over 70 productions at Soulpepper alone, not to mention the Manitoba Theatre Centre, the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, the Stratford Festival, and most recently the Globe Theatre in London, UK, Matamoros has an illustrious career.…

Canadian Stage’s “Choir Boy”

For their first production back at the Bluma Appel theatre, Canadian Stage is producing Choir Boy, a play with music about five friends in the choir at an all-boys school and their struggles to find their true selves. Directed by Tarragon Theatre’s Artistic Director Mike Payette and written by “Moonlight” co-writer Tarell Alvin McCraney, this…

Soulpepper Theatre’s “The Golden Record”

Theatrical concerts return to Soulpepper Theatre this month with their long-anticipated The Golden Record. Created by Divine Brown, Frank Cox-O’Connell (director), Beau Dixon, Raha Javanfar, Travis Knights Andrew Penner, Mike Ross and Sarah Wilson (writer), this is a stellar journey from space to home: a real look at humanity through song and story. Inspired by…

B&E Theatre’s “Doubt: A Parable”

Breaking and Entering Theatre is making its debut in the Toronto theatre scene with Doubt: A Parable by John Patrick Shanley. Directed by Dora Award winner Stewart Arnott, this bold, site-specific production is one for the history books! Being performed at the Church of the Holy Trinity in the heart of downtown, Doubt is truly…

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.…