From Broadway to London’s West End, Come From Away is the Canadian theatre feel-good story of the century. But, the story behind the celebrated musical begins in Canada, and with a show that was the hit of Toronto Fringe a decade ago.
Toronto philanthropist Michael M. Koerner, C.M. will receive the International Society for the Performing Arts’ (ISPA) Angel Award for his many contributions to the arts landscape in the city and beyond — including the celebrated concert hall that bears his name.
Cultural appropriation is making headlines in Canada again from a source that comes as unexpected to many. The Arnaqquasaaq Collective, a group of Inuit women artists, took to social media to call out the Indigenous Music Awards (IMA,) and one of its nominees earlier this month for appropriating Inuit throat singing.
When you are a parent to a child on the autism spectrum, your options for family fun can be severely limited. That’s a problem the Toronto Symphony Orchestra aims to help with by presenting a Relaxed Performance Concert in a format designed for neurodiverse audiences on April 27.