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Welcoming EDSS’ one act plays to the stage

This past weekend, the English and Drama Student Society hosted their festival of one act plays. The two-day festival took place in the Erindale Studio Theatre and...

Three Sisters: giving Chekhov a youthful perspective

Theatre Erindale concludes their 2018- 2019 season with Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters, directed by Jim Mezon. On the brink of their graduation from the Theatre and...

In the Next Room: a frank portrayal of female sexuality

Theatre Erindale appropriately opened their third mainstage show of the season on Valentine’s Day. In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play, written by Sarah Ruhl and...

Connecting artists across three campuses

This past weekend, U of T’s drama coalition hosted the annual U of T Drama festival. First established in 1936, and then resurrected in 1993 by...

Blithe Spirit: a lightheartedly morbid escape

Theatre Erindale’s production of Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit, directed by Melee Hutton, invites audiences to escape into a world of 1940’s wit and glamour from the moment...

Theatre Erindale returns for a hauntingly good time

This Thursday, Theatre Erindale will continue their 2018- 2019 season with Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit, directed by Melee Hutton. This post-depression era comedy follows socialite and mystery...

Building a foundation of consent at Theatre Erindale

At the beginning of November, Theatre Erindale premiered their first mainstage show of the 2018-2019 season, Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses. This survey of Greek myths...

Trifles: bringing new relevance to a classic

This past weekend on November 16 and 17, UTM’s English and Drama Student Society presented Trifles in the MiST Studio Theatre, a production described...

Henry IV: the king finds his stride

Theatre Erindale kicked off their studio series with Henry IV, Part 1 and Part 2. Directed by James Wallis, the show launches the third-year...

Theatre Erindale ready to make a splash

This week, Theatre Erindale will open their 2018- 2019 season with Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses. Directed by David Matheson, Metamorphoses is an epic survey of...

Harlem Duet: a modern telling of Othello

Djanet Sears’ award-winning play Harlem Duet is back at Tarragon. This production serves not only as a welcome home to a critically-acclaimed Canadian work,...

Revisiting Heathers thirty years later

Heathers: The Musical, directed by Jennifer Walls and presented at Hart House Theatre, primes audience expectations from the beginning when actress Mary Bowden, who...

Welcoming EDSS’ one act plays to the stage

This past weekend, the English and Drama Student Society hosted their festival of one act plays. The two-day festival took place in the Erindale Studio Theatre and...

Three Sisters: giving Chekhov a youthful perspective

Theatre Erindale concludes their 2018- 2019 season with Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters, directed by Jim Mezon. On the brink of their graduation from the Theatre and...

In the Next Room: a frank portrayal of female sexuality

Theatre Erindale appropriately opened their third mainstage show of the season on Valentine’s Day. In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play, written by Sarah Ruhl and...

Connecting artists across three campuses

This past weekend, U of T’s drama coalition hosted the annual U of T Drama festival. First established in 1936, and then resurrected in 1993 by...

Blithe Spirit: a lightheartedly morbid escape

Theatre Erindale’s production of Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit, directed by Melee Hutton, invites audiences to escape into a world of 1940’s wit and glamour from the moment...

Theatre Erindale returns for a hauntingly good time

This Thursday, Theatre Erindale will continue their 2018- 2019 season with Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit, directed by Melee Hutton. This post-depression era comedy follows socialite and mystery...

Building a foundation of consent at Theatre Erindale

At the beginning of November, Theatre Erindale premiered their first mainstage show of the 2018-2019 season, Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses. This survey of Greek myths...

Trifles: bringing new relevance to a classic

This past weekend on November 16 and 17, UTM’s English and Drama Student Society presented Trifles in the MiST Studio Theatre, a production described...

Henry IV: the king finds his stride

Theatre Erindale kicked off their studio series with Henry IV, Part 1 and Part 2. Directed by James Wallis, the show launches the third-year...

Theatre Erindale ready to make a splash

This week, Theatre Erindale will open their 2018- 2019 season with Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses. Directed by David Matheson, Metamorphoses is an epic survey of...

Harlem Duet: a modern telling of Othello

Djanet Sears’ award-winning play Harlem Duet is back at Tarragon. This production serves not only as a welcome home to a critically-acclaimed Canadian work,...

Revisiting Heathers thirty years later

Heathers: The Musical, directed by Jennifer Walls and presented at Hart House Theatre, primes audience expectations from the beginning when actress Mary Bowden, who...

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