TORONTO, ON – Undaunted by the COVID-19 pandemic and a shortened season, the Toronto Theatre Critics’ Awards have returned to honour excellence—and this year, resourcefulness as well—in the city’s professional theatre. The 10th annual TTCAs boast 30 winners in 14 categories spanning the 2019-2020 season, including a special citation for creativity in the face of […]
An incisive portrayal of six diaspora Asian women coping with living in the 21st century.
An absorbing play where artificial intelligence meets family dynamics, and the role of memories becomes a major player.
This site specific production of Dickens’ Christmas classic at the historic Campbell House Museum is even better the second time around.
Esteemed American playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis has come up short with a play that doesn’t hang together, and which is not helped by uneven acting. Continue reading → reviews performing arts theater