Month: May 2017

Review: Exceptional Performers Make the Most Out of THE JAZZ SINGER at the Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company

I wouldn’t describe this production as “nothing but blue skies”. THE JAZZ SINGER opened this week, presented by the Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company as a toe-tapping musical rendition of the story made famous by the film of the same name. While the film shocked the world with its inventive introduction of synced recorded sound,

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It’s time to celebrate Canada’s sesqui…sesquicen….sequisecent…150th birthday! What better way to celebrate than with The Second City and their new show, CANADA: THE THINKING MAN’S AMERICA. A mash of improv, stand-up and something involving racoons that words can’t quite describe – the show delivers the laughs. CANADA: THE THINKING MAN’S AMERICA explores everything that makes

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Review: Rent in 6ix Meets Opera in Against the Grain Theatre’s LA BOHÈME

You’ve never seen a more boho Bohème. Against the Grain Theatre (AtG) presents Puccini’s LA BOHÈME in a real Toronto dive bar, The Tranzac Club. AtG is doing something incredible in the world of opera right now – they’re growing. When opera houses around the world are reporting declines in ticket sales and reductions in seasonal production

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