Trophy at Toronto’s Nuit Blanche. For many, the prospect of sharing intimate stories of their life with complete strangers could be daunting — listening to these...

Ben Fallis writes: Poor would be one way to describe Essential Collective Theatre (ECT)’s newest production of the same name, playing at the First Ontario...

March 27, 2016 Heather Allen, Jonah McGrath, Alexandra Tomulescu, Raylene Turner, and Andrew Von Lukawiecki write: Hello, and welcome back! We have so much to...

February 25, 2016 Caroline Coon, Sarah Bradford, Johnathan Clancy, and Daryl Hunter write: February 16: We entered Robertson Hall in the First Ontario...

Caroline Coon writes: Photo by Johnny Hockin Stepping into the Dramatic Arts theatre, I didn’t know what to expect; but I certainly didn’t anticipate a...

Chloe Lemay writes: Photos by Kaitlin Abeele For those who have already seen numerous Tottering Biped Theatre (TBT) productions, expectations for The Second...

February 26, 2016 The cast of Spelling 2-5-5 has embarked on a fun and educational journey travelling from school to school performing for grades 4-8 across...

Photos by Sandy Fairburn The Tale of a Town- St. Catharines is an interactive and witty production, performed in the heart of St. Catharines at the historic...

March 2, 2016 Linda Duong, Brendan Farley, Chloe Lemay, Kaitlin Morrison, Rachelle Scott, and Demetri Tsioros write: We started with a meeting with director...

Johnathan Clancy writes: Four little girls dare each other to enter the home of a deranged, reality-bending clown. What could go possibly wrong? Such is the...

This review has been written in the context of the 2015-2016 Brock University Department of Dramatic Arts’ Theatre Criticism course. You can read another point...

The November Ticket: there’s something gloomily appropriate about the title the Theatre Centre has given its mini-season, co-presented with Why Not Theatre,...

The Shaw Festival is coming into the last few months of its season, but it is not too late to experience the energetic and captivating ensemble work of the...

The title Love + Hate sums up my feelings towards the brightly costumed but darkly delivered doomsday pop-musical at SummerWorks this season.  Performing in...