PREVIEW | The Shoah Songbook: The Search For Jewish Composers Lost In The Holocaust
The Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company presents the Shoah Songbook, a new series by Likht Ensemble performing rarely performed music by Jewish artists composed during the Holocaust.
FEATURE | Against The Grain’s ‘Messiah/Complex’ Makes A Welcome Return for Easter
Artistic Director Joel Ivany takes us behind Against the Grain’s 'Messiah/Complex' — the surprise hit of the winter season.
SCRUTINY | ‘New Societies’ Offers Entertaining, Thought-Provoking Mix Of Game And Theatre
'New Societies' is an interactive mix of board game strategy and theatre as teams collaborate and compete to survive.
SCRUTINY | Film Confirms Timeless Vision Of Jean-Pierre Perreault’s Dance Classic ‘Joe’
Digidance presents a thrilling re-view of Jean-Pierre Perreault’s Canadian dance classic ‘Joe’.
SCRUTINY | Talk Is Free Theatre’s 'Manimals' Is A Total Embrace Of Performer And Viewer
Michelle Hudson delivers the goods with an innovative, immersive online digital production of a one-woman virtual show, Manimals.
SCRUTINY | TO Live The Journey's Simple Formula Packs A Punch
The Journey is more about a connection between words and ideas, than showy illusions.
SCRUTINY | Voicebox Opera Takes On The future With ‘La Voix Humaine’
This is a better late than never review of La Voix Humaine, because attention must be paid.
FEATURE | Choreographer Crystal Pite Talks About ‘Body And Soul’ On Film
Choreographer Crystal Pite talks about 'Body and Soul', performed by the legendary Paris Opera Ballet, as it kicks off the Digidance Series, streaming February 17 to 23.
SCRUTINY | Tarragon Theatre’s Premiere ‘Orestes’ Is Part Of A Brave New World
The greatest take-away from Tarragon’s Orestes is the fact that the company went for broke on creating original digital live online theatre, a risky venture if ever there was.
Feature | ‘This Is Canada NICE’ – A New Animated Song
“This is Canada NICE” – A fun-filled, new animated song that packs a powerful punch of Canadian pride