A review of Separately, wherein the once smooth and slick comic comes undone.
Stage| see all
An independent opera company is aiming to break down the barriers between opera and contemporary audiences.
Women aged 16-21 with an interest in theatre as an art form, a profession and a community can (and should) apply to Imago Theatre’s free mentorship program.
Books| see all
A new issue of Vallum magazine and A.F. Moritz’s Art of Surgery launch this weekend.
We spoke to author Serah-Marie McMahon about Killer Style and the legacy of her magazine WORN.
Style| see all
Our street style rundown from NYFW19.
Couturissime is an enormous collection of work by the legendary French designer.
Art & Design| see all
The world-premiere exhibition This Light Never Goes Out: Political Cartoons by Jim Carrey opened in Montreal yesterday.
On leading the life of an artist, the problem with public art and what we can expect from his upcoming Montreal events.
Gaming| see all
We spoke to the founder of the Compulsion about their new title, We Happy Few.
We spoke to one of the (ex-Ubisoft) founders of this local indie studio about their exciting new games.
Comedy| see all
The socio-political satirists from Second City Toronto strike a balance between the universal, the specific and the unexpected.
The Chappelle’s Show alum is playing 28 shows at this year’s Just for Laughs festival, including closing sets as part of The Ethnic Show.
Theatre| see all
We spoke to some of the young performers who are staging art under the big top.
We checked out a preview of Théâtre la Chapelle’s 2019-’20 programming.
Dance| see all
The show by dancer Gabriela Guerra Woo and choreographer Tiera Joly Pavelich is on now at the Fringe Festival.
A review of the mesmerizing Cutlass Spring.