“As a theatre artist, it just makes sense to explore the thing that scares you,” says Elsewhere playwright and performer Joy Ross-Jones.
* Klezmer brunch at Fletchers
* Children of God at Segal Centre
* Tangeante Danse show at Wilder Building
* Branden McCleod at Casa
* Lunar eclipse at Planetarium
An altogether glowing review of Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story, which closes next Wednesday.
A Doll’s House, Part 2 is a strange and wonderful thing, a kinetic drama about the aftermath of one of the most famous exits in theatre history.
MainLine Theatre’s wild and lively musical version of Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Show opens tonight!
The Segal Centre’s production of Once is quite good and you should really go see it.
Marc Hall’s fight for LGBT rights at his Oshawa high school is the subject of a movie and now a stage musical, Prom Queen.
An old story playing out on stage at the Segal Centre continues to resonate.
* Last day of Poutine Week
* The Secret Annex at the Segal Centre
* Winter Blues Collage Party
* Cineplex’s Great Digital Film Festival
* Comedy Abroad stand-up comedy showcase
* Lofthanza at Salon Daomé
The play by Alix Sobler is on at the Segal Centre through Feb. 21.