Now in Our Fifteenth Year

June 2012 - This Month


War Games: The Yankees have burned York, the Yorkees have burned Washington, and everyone has burned the Natives in VideoCabaret's satire The War of 1812. See Stratford Festival.

 

Airborn: Fasten your seat belt. Air hostess Pam Ann takes you on a wild ride in the comedy Around the World

 

 

 

 

Street Smarts: Two heads are better than one in the sassy, savvy, sweetheart of the musical for grown-ups, Avenue Q.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


Queer Pride 2112: A stellar line-up of Toronto's most exciting queer entertainers are ready to pull out all the stops. See Previews: Special Event



Banner Photo Credits: L to R: Welcome clown: The Green Bird from Cirque du Soleil's La Nouba; Cynthia Dale in the Stratford Festival production of 42nd Street. Photo by Andrew Eccles; Sonia Rodriquez and Piotr Staczyk in the National Ballet of Canada production of Hamlet, Photo by Christopher Wahl; Paul Sun Hyung Lee in the Soulpepper Theatre Company production of Kim's Convenience. Photo: by Cylla von Tiedemann.

Openings: June 18 to June 25, 2012. Around the World at the Panasonic Theatre; Avenue Q at the Lower Ossington Theatre; Staging a Rebellion at the Helen Phelan Gardiner Playhouse; That Moment When....at Unit 102; Two Weird Ladies Sell Out at the Comedy Bar; The Wrecking Ball at the Theatre Centre; Queer Pride 2012 Continues at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre.
Photo: Two Weird Ladies Sell Out at the Comedy Bar.

Reviews: Stockholm at the Tarragon Theatre; (Extended) Odysseo at the Port Lands; Luba, You Can't Take It With You at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts; High at the Royal Alexandra Theatre; Gruesome Playground Injuries at The Theatre Centre;War Horse at the Princess of Wales Theatre; Ottawa: Alvina Ruprecht reviews Circle Mirror Transformation at the Irving Greenberg Theatre. See Reviews.

Reviews Shaw Festival: Ragtime; Present Laughter; French Without Tears; A Man and Some Women.

Reviews Stratford Festival: Much Ado About Nothing; Cymbeline; You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.

Previews: Stratford Shakespeare Festival Canada; Shaw Festival
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