The show premiered under the big top in Montreal in 2007, and has been seen by over eight million fans worldwide.
“I’m a queer, small business, and that weird amount of shame that artists have specifically about selling out — I don’t have that bone. If I’m Walt Disney, Trixie is my Mickey Mouse. And that means I’m gonna put this horrorshow on lunchboxes.”
All Shall Be Well, written by Repercussion Theatre artistic director Amanda Kellock and revolving around the work of Shakespeare, tours local parks from July 14 to Aug. 6.
The critically acclaimed drag spectacle is coming to the Rialto next weekend.
This celebration of arts from all corners of the creative spectrum kicks into high gear on June 9, taking over the heart of the Plateau through June 19.
An interview with creator Jaha Koo ahead of his play’s run at the FTA in June.
The musical by Israeli superstar Keren Peles continues at Segal Centre through May 22.
For a show about mass death, Miranda Rose Hall’s play expertly avoids plunging its audience into insurmountable existential dread.
This weekend’s virtual fundraiser event promises performances by musicians, actors, speakers, a choir and more.
Half the actors have disabilities in this ambitious play about identity, physicality and community.