Posts Tagged ‘Toronto’

The 38th Rhubarb Festival at Buddies in Bad Times theatre is upon us! While our focus at DARTcritics is on theatre in the Niagara region, every once in a while we venture further afield —and the fact that this is billed as Canada’s longest-running new works festival and a “hotbed of creativity” certainly caught our eye…

It’s tea time at the Toronto Fringe Festival and James and Jamesy are serving up a delight! High Tea, playing at the Randolph Theatre, features the Vancouver-based clown duo in a zany, imaginative, and fun-filled adventure quite unlike any other tea party. An unlikely pair, the even-keeled and quiet James (Aaron Malkin…

All rise for the criticism of Sweet Murderesses, as the prosecutor presses charges against The Sweet Murderesses Collective in a murder trial at the In The Soil Festival Arts Festival. Created by Yolanda Ferrato and her partners in crime Karyn De Jong and Zita Nyarady, Sweet Murderesses features the eerie and gruesome…

30 January 2014: At the end of their embedding, and having read some of their classmates’ review responses to the production, the five students following the process of The Valley reflected on their experiences. Here are excerpts from what they wrote:  Anthony Kuchar writes: In all the years I’ve been working and study…

5 February 2014: The DARTcritics attended the matinee performance on 25th January of London Road at Canadian Stage. Here are some of their review responses: The company of London Road. Photos by David Hou. Sarah Mason writes:  I remember once having a conversation with my father which involved him questioning the way i…

3 December 2013: The DARTcritics attended a matinee, on Sunday 25th October, of Robert Lepage and Ex Machina’s production of Needles and Opium at Canadian Stage in Toronto. Here is a selection of their critical responses: Cassandra Moerman writes: “Please turn off your cellphones, even if you are expecting a call from…