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    Making a woman’s world in Top Girls

    Top Girls opened at the Erindale Theatre this past Thursday. Melee Hutton’s rendition of the show by Caryl Churchill played with the tensions between...

    UTM theatre season closes on a high

    The Rover has guts. In this latest adaptation by Nancy Copeland and Patrick Young, restoration playwright Aphra Behn tells a story that pretty much...

    Theatre Erindale revives Frances Burney farce

    Someone should have told the characters in The Witlings that “we have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as...

    Theatre Erindale sews up another hit show

    If you need a little something to perk you up from the depths of January despair, A Stitch in Time by Dorothy Lees-Blakey with...

    A fitting tribute to one of Canada’s trailblazers

    An important figure in Canadian history, Doris Anderson proves a fitting subject for Theatre Erindale’s current season, titled “Uppity Women!”. Their latest production, Rebel...

    Theatre Erindale starts season on a high

    I first saw Arthur Miller’s The Crucible adapted by Soulpepper a couple of years ago, and I liked it; the profoundly disturbing and thought-provoking...

    We all go a little mad sometimes

    There’s no denying it: Macbeth is one of my favourite plays. It took me a long time to learn to love it, though, and...

    This night’s dream will last

    Theatre Erindale’s production of the William Shakespeare classic A Midsummer Night’s Dream takes a familiar and beloved comedic piece and turns it on its...

    Drama students break a leg (literally?)

    The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of Macbeth is not only a mouthful of a title but also a handful...

    Third-year drama students make explosive debut

    In the Midst of Alarms: Women and the War of 1812 is not a play in the traditional sense of the word. It is...

    Equal parts glamour and scandal

    Semi-Monde by Noel Coward is not a plot-driven show. Its primary concern is character, which means it’s the actor’s job to develop said character...

    Making a woman’s world in Top Girls

    Top Girls opened at the Erindale Theatre this past Thursday. Melee Hutton’s rendition of the show by Caryl Churchill played with the tensions between...

    UTM theatre season closes on a high

    The Rover has guts. In this latest adaptation by Nancy Copeland and Patrick Young, restoration playwright Aphra Behn tells a story that pretty much...

    Theatre Erindale revives Frances Burney farce

    Someone should have told the characters in The Witlings that “we have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as...

    Theatre Erindale sews up another hit show

    If you need a little something to perk you up from the depths of January despair, A Stitch in Time by Dorothy Lees-Blakey with...

    A fitting tribute to one of Canada’s trailblazers

    An important figure in Canadian history, Doris Anderson proves a fitting subject for Theatre Erindale’s current season, titled “Uppity Women!”. Their latest production, Rebel...

    Theatre Erindale starts season on a high

    I first saw Arthur Miller’s The Crucible adapted by Soulpepper a couple of years ago, and I liked it; the profoundly disturbing and thought-provoking...

    We all go a little mad sometimes

    There’s no denying it: Macbeth is one of my favourite plays. It took me a long time to learn to love it, though, and...

    This night’s dream will last

    Theatre Erindale’s production of the William Shakespeare classic A Midsummer Night’s Dream takes a familiar and beloved comedic piece and turns it on its...

    Drama students break a leg (literally?)

    The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of Macbeth is not only a mouthful of a title but also a handful...

    Third-year drama students make explosive debut

    In the Midst of Alarms: Women and the War of 1812 is not a play in the traditional sense of the word. It is...

    Equal parts glamour and scandal

    Semi-Monde by Noel Coward is not a plot-driven show. Its primary concern is character, which means it’s the actor’s job to develop said character...

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