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February 2018 - This Month
Celebrating Black History

King Charles III. Charles. Camilla. William. Kate. Harry. One family holds the future of Great Britain in its hands. But what will the future be?  King Charles III reveals the people beneath the crown and turns a Shakespearean lens on the world’s most famous and exposed family. At the CAA Theatre.



A modern, mythic English hero: aging daredevil John“Rooster” Byron stands against the hypocrisy of modern suburban life in Jezz Butterworth’s darkly comic Jerusalem.
At the Streetcar Crowsnest



Ipperwash tells an intimate story of reclamation, repatriation and resilience folowing the tragedy of the native community in Ipperwash. At the Aki Studio,
Native Earth Performing Arts.

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Photo: Kim Coates in Jerusalem by Dahlia Katz.

Toronto Theatre Previews/Openings:
February 19 to 26, 2018.
Cottagers and Indians at the Tarragon Theatre; Fierce at the Red Sandcastle Theatre; A Midsummer Night's Dream at The Citadel; Peggy Baker Dance Projects: Map by Years at the Theatre Centre; Pepperland” from New York’s Mark Morris Dance Group at the Sony Centre; A Singer Must Die at the Harbourfront Centre Theatre; Voices3 at the Berkeley St. Theatre; Montreal Theatre Openings: Marjorie Prime at the Segal Centre;
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Toronto Theatre Reviews: Hang at the Berkeley St. Theatre Upstairs; Second City's Party Today, Panic Tomorrow at the Second City; London, Ontario Theatre Reviews: Blind Date at the Grand Theatre.
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Guest Review: Stephen Sondheim's Road Show
at Boston Massachusetts' Lyric Theatre.

Ottawa Theatre Reviews: Othello
at the Gladstone Theatre.

.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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