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May 2018 - This Month


Stones: Bold, brave and imagistic, Aluna Theatre tackles the history of violence against women in a provocative multimedia performance work.
At the Geary Lane Studios.


Dissidents questions civic protest, activism and disobedience in world without privacy, facts and accountability.
At the Furniture Emporium.




Maggie & Pierre

Linda Griffiths' 1980 Award-winning play captures the global fascination around Margaret and Pierre Trudeau, and the highs and lows of their explosive relationship.
At the Tarragon Theatre

For all current and upcoming productions, See Previews.

Toronto Theatre Openings: May 7 to to May 14, 2018. Maggie & Pierre at the Tarragon Theatre Workspace; After the Blackout at the Yonge Centre for the Performing Arts; A Very Different Place at the Red Sandcastle Theatre; Ma Rainey's Black Bottom at Soulpepper Theatre; See Previews.

Theatreworld: Toronto author/theatre critic Keith Garebian fills us in on why he wrote a book on legendary Canadian actor William Hutt. See Theatreworld.

Toronto Theatre Reviews: Maggie & Pierre at the Tarragon Theatre Upstairs: Prairie Nurse at the Factory Theatre; Category E at the Coal Mine Theatre; Ottawa Theatre Reviews: Up to Low at The National Arts Centre; Sal Capone: The Lamentable Tragedy Of at the National Arts Centre; Blink at the Gladstone Theatre; Some Hope for the Bastards (Dance) at the National Arts Centre; London, Ontario Theatre Reviews: Chariots of Fire at the Grand Theatre;
See Reviews

Guest Theatre Review:
The Women Who Mapped the Stars at the Central Square Theatre, Cambridge, Mass. 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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