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Canada's First Online Theatre Publication Celebrating Our 21st Year!

July 2018 - This Month

 


Fringe Fanatics:

The 2018 Toronto Fringe Festival gets rolling with 150 plays at 44 venues. All Aboard! Check them out at: fringetoronto.com






 

The King and I: Two worlds collide in the Lincoln Center Theater production of the award-winning revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein's “breathtaking and exquisite” musical. At the Princess of Wales Theatre.

 



 

 

Orlando: How many lifetimes does it take to find love? Virginia Woolf’s timeless masterpiece describes the adventures of a poet who changes sex from man to woman and lives for centuries, meeting the key figures of English literary history. At the Soulpepper Theatre, Yonge Centre for the Performing Arts.




For all current and upcoming productions, See Previews.


Seana McKenna and David Fox, both winners of Order of Canada Awards. See Theatreworld.

See Theatreworld for all the winners of the 2018 Dora Mavor Moore Awards

Toronto Theatre Openings: July 9 to to July 16, 2018. The King and I at the Princess of Wales Theatre; Orlando at the Yonge Centre for the Performings Arts; Summer Outdoor Theatre Openings: Toronto: Shakespeare in High Park: Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Nights' Dream.
See Previews.

Toronto Theatre Reviews: The Phantom of the Opera at the Princess of Wales Theatre. See Reviews.

Stratford Festival Reviews: To Kill a Mockingbird; Coriolanus; The Tempest; Bronte: The World Without.
See Stratford

Shaw Festival Reviews: The Orchard (After Chekhov); O'Flaherty V.C.
See Shaw

Ontario Summer Theatre Reviews: Two Pianos, Four Hands; The Buddy Holly Story at the Thousand Islands Playhouse, Ganonoque, ON.
See Reviews


.Photo-top: from the Fringe show Office Hours. Banner Photo Credits: L to R: Welcome Clown: The Green Bird from Cirque du Soleil's La Nouba; Neil Barclay as Vanya in The Shaw Festival's Uncle Vanya. Photo by David Cooper; Araya Mengesha in the Stratford Festival's Breath of King: Redemption. Photo by Don Dixon; Jamie Cavanagh in Videocab'sproduction of The Great War. Photo by Michael Cooper

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