An irreverent and satiric look at Canadian history, particularly the Red River Rebellion and Louis Riel, through the prism of three smart women.
Nick Green’s very moving play about the impact of Princess Diana’s visit to AIDS patients at Casey House in Toronto in 1991.
Reviews of two plays that close this weekend. The Chinese Lady (Studio 180) and Bone Cage (One Four One Collective).
A round-up of plays that close April 30. Maanomaa, My Brother (Canadian Stage); Niizh (Native Earth Performing Arts); Trace (Theatre Passe Muraille); Two Weird Tales! (Eldritch Theatre); Vierge (Factory Theatre).
Reviews of Prodigal (Howland Company), The Darkest Dark (YPT), and The Fiancée (Chekhov Collective).