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SCRUTINY | A Supremely Talented Cast And High Octane Dance Make Summer A Hit

By Paula Citron on March 14, 2020

With a supremely talented cast and high octane dance, Summer is a fitting tribute to the Queen of Disco.
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SCRUTINY | Ratmansky’s Choreography And Wonderful Performances Light Up The NBC's Romeo And Juliet

By Paula Citron on March 12, 2020

Ratmansky’s choreography, Prokofiev’s glorious music, and wonderful performances by dancers Elena Lobsanova and an ageless Guillaume Côté make for pure stage magic in the National Ballet's 'Romeo and Juliet'.
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SCRUTINY | Impressive Performances Bring Necessary Angel’s Thought Provoking ‘The Events’ To Life

By Paula Citron on March 5, 2020

Strong performances and thoughtful direction illuminate the complex and topical story of ‘The Events’ in Necessary Angel’s production.
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SCRUTINY | National Ballet's Mixed Program A Flawless Farewell To A Major League Ballerina

By Paula Citron on March 1, 2020

National Ballet of Canada's mixed program that contains the farewell of the great ballerina Greta Hodgkinson, a feast of dancing, if not totally flawless.
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SCRUTINY | Carly Street Is Mesmerizing In TheatreSix’s ‘Grounded’

By Paula Citron on February 17, 2020

Carly Street riveting performance, coupled with the play’s provocative subject matter, makes for a heady experience in TheatreSix 'Grounded'.
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SCRUTINY | Hamilton Hits Toronto (Finally) And Lives Up To The Buzz

By Paula Citron on February 13, 2020

While it does have a few minor issues, there is no denying Hamilton has earned the praise as one of the most honoured musicals in history.
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SCRUTINY | Toronto Dance Theatre’s House Mix Is A Tour De Force

By Paula Citron on February 12, 2020

In summary, House Mix is a monumental tour de force of dance, TDT’s final presentation at the Fleck Dance Theatre under the artistic directorship of Christopher House who is stepping down in August.
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SCRUTINY | Remount Of Kushner’s ‘Caroline, Or Change’ Is An Electrifying Hit

By Paula Citron on February 9, 2020

In truth, there isn’t a weak link on stage for Obsidian Theatre and Musical Stage Company's remount of Kushner's 'Caroline, or Change'.
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SCRUTINY | Bend It Like Beckham Is Pleasant Family-Friendly Fun

By Paula Citron on December 18, 2019

Bend It Like Beckham: The Musical is a pleasant theatrical outing. The production lacks the tension of the original 2002 movie, but it does boast an attractive score and some appealing choreography.
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SCRUTINY | Strong Music Makes Up For A Shaky Script In 'The Ward Cabaret'

By Paula Citron on December 15, 2019

The Ward Cabaret is one of those grand ideas that has a lot going for it, but in the end, is close but no cigar.
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