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Dollhouse of Deadly Sins – a Halloween tradition of curses, magic, and puppetry – Oct 27 to 30, 2022

posted Sunday, October 23, 2022

by: in Theatre, Toronto

For over 20 years Eldritch Theatre has been prowling the theatrical underground, earning audience acclaim, along with over 25 Dora Awards nominations and wins for their outstanding horror productions. The red door opens at the haunted Red Sandcastle Theatre to reveal Doc Wuthergloom, Eldritch Theatre’s resident necromancer, presenting an evening of demented puppetry and feats […]

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Eldritch Theatre Announces 2022/23 Season Productions, beginning Oct 11, 2022 (Toronto)

posted Saturday, October 1, 2022

by: in Theatre, Toronto

After 22 years of terrifying audiences with our own brand of giddy ghoulishness, Eldritch Theatre is pleased to announce its upcoming season of horrific hilarity, being performed in its very own Red Sandcastle Theatre. The frightening festivities begin with guest artist The Pucking Fuppet Co’s THE FAMILY CROW: A Murder Mystery, an hour-long comedy puppet show opening […]

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Everybody – existential play about death, emotions, family, and friends – until Oct 8, 2022 (Shaw Festival)

posted Thursday, September 29, 2022

by: in Theatre

DEATH. We all know how the story ends. But who will be with us when it does? Why is it these plays about death always only ever wind up trying to tell us about life? Make your way to this year’s Shaw Festival to catch the Canadian premiere of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins modern morality (mortality) play […]

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A Baby For Andy – queer stage production comes to Toronto after successful run at the Guelph Fringe Festival – Sept 2 to 4, 2022

posted Wednesday, August 31, 2022

by: in Queer, Theatre, Toronto

After a successful run in the Guelph Fringe Festival, Toronto audiences are going to have a chance to catch A Baby For Andy at The Deanne Taylor Theatre at 10 Busy Street in Leslieville (Toronto East). It’s the story of Andrew & Sam, a queer couple having to come to terms with a hidden dark […]

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As You Like It – don’t go expecting classic Shakespeare – runs to Sept 4, 2022 in High Park

posted Monday, August 29, 2022

by: in Featured Events, Theatre, Toronto

As You Like It is a classic Shakespearean romantic comedy for the ages that comes vividly to life in High Park. After Rosalind and her cousin Celia escape the Duke’s court, they flee in disguise to the fantastical Forest of Arden. But who (and what!) they find there are beyond their wildest dreams. Featuring new […]

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Sky Gilbert’s workshop presentation of “Who’s Afraid of Titus?” on stage Aug 31 to Sep 3, 2022

posted Monday, August 29, 2022

by: in Featured Events, Queer, Theatre, Toronto

Eldritch Theatre presents a Titus-on-the-Run Productions Workshop Presentation of “Who’s Afraid of Titus“? Who was Shakespeare? Does it matter? Well Sky Gilbert thinks he was an aesthete — a poet whose plays are about poetry and its effect on us. In tackling Titus Andronicus, perhaps Shakespeare’s most baffling play — Gilbert is drawing on his […]

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Nightclubbing: The Birth of Punk Rock in NYC – a look back at the heydays of the legendary Max’s Kansas City

posted Saturday, August 13, 2022

by: in Film, Music, Theatre, Toronto

The original NYC punk scene is getting the documentary treatment. Directed by Danny Garcia, Nightclubbing: The Birth of Punk Rock in NYC tells the story of the legendary club Max’s Kansas City, where, alongside CBGB, New York punk was born. Director Danny Garcia (Rise and Fall of The Clash, Looking For Johnny, Sad Vacation, Stiv) is back […]

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Theatre Under The Stars presents “We Will Rock You” and “Something Rotten!” until August 27, 2022 (Vancouver)

posted Thursday, August 11, 2022

by: in Theatre, Vancouver

For more than 75 years, Theatre Under the Stars has brought soaring works of musical theatre to Vancouver’s Stanley Park. So much more than just a night at the theatre, Theatre Under the Stars (TUTS) interweaves a kaleidoscope of elements – setting, scenery, concessions, and quality art – into a fun, encompassing experience much greater than […]

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This Earth of Majesty – queer adaptation of “Richard II” performed outdoors – Aug 5 to 28, 2022 (Toronto)

posted Thursday, August 4, 2022

by: in Events, Featured Events, Queer, Theatre, Toronto

Dauntless City Theatre is back with their latest production of This Earth of Majesty, a queer, site-specific, ambulatory, outdoor adaptation of Richard II in St. James Park. The Monarch of Garden, Richard, loses control of his court and the common people, causing chaos throughout the land. His cousin, the charismatic Henry Riverbrook, seizes the realm. […]

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A Baby For Andy – a queer couple comes to terms with a dark secret – Aug 4 to 6, 2022 (Guelph)

posted Sunday, July 31, 2022

by: in Queer, Theatre

A Baby For Andy is a one act drama play that follows the story of Andrew & Sam, a queer couple having to come to terms with a hidden dark secret a few months before their wedding. The PentaTheatre production is written and directed by Jason A. Downie, and will have its world premiere at […]

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