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June 2018 - This Month



All That Jazz! Set amidst the razzle-dazzle decadence of the 1920s. CHICAGO, the #1 longest-running American musical in Broadway history, is the story of Roxie Hart, a housewife and nightclub dancer who murders her on-the-side lover after he threatens to walk out on her. At the Ed Mirvish Theatre.


Two Birds One Stone investigates the forces that push us through time and across continents to find each other. Rimah Jabr, a Muslim Palestinian and Natasha Greenblatt, a Jewish Canadian, meet for the first time in Toronto, but have they seen each other before? 
At the Tarragon Theatre.

Innocence Lost: A PLay About Steven Truscott. In the small Ontario town of Clinton in 1959, a shocking abduction and murder rocked the local community and would reverberate into the realms of Canadian law for decades to come. Beverly Cooper's powerful drama explores the tragic story of victim Lynne Harper and Steven Truscott, the boy wrongly accused and convicted of her murder. At the Young Centre for the Performing Arts.

For all current and upcoming productions, See Previews.

Toronto Theatre Openings: June 18 to to June 25, 2018. Two Birds One Stone at the Tarragon Theatre; Wicked at the Ed Mirvish Theatre;
See Previews.

Luminato Festival: The June 6 to 24, 2018. Luminato festival lineup includes critically-acclaimed, globe-spanning, and expansive theatre, dance, music, talks and more, coming to Toronto . In this year’s program you will find reflections on the world today, with many opportunities to engage with questions about equality, human rights, justice and inclusion. For the complete Luminato program and schedule please see Luminato.com
Photo: Luminato Festival: The Fever - U.S.

Toronto Theatre Reviews: The Phantom of the Opera at the Princess of Wales Theatre; Ma Rainey's Black Bottom at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts; Maggie & Pierre at the Tarragon Theatre Upstairs: Prairie Nurse at the Factory Theatre; Category E at the Coal Mine Theatre; Ottawa Theatre Reviews: The Last Spartan at the Ottawa Fringe; Miss Shakespeare at the Gladstone Theatre; 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. See Reviews.

Ontario Summer Theatre Reviews: Two Pianos, Four Hands 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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