Category: theatre

With the summer already half way through, and you’re left to wonder what else to do in the city, why not take advantage of the warm weather and head outdoors to High Park for some theatre action. Shakespeare in High Park returned this summer with a double-bill, As You Like It and Titus Andronicus at the High Park Amphitheatre (1873 Bloor St. W.).

The 2014 SummerWorks Performance Festival kicks off with a two-part bash at the historic Campbell House (160 Queen St. W.) on June 6th. The back-to-back events begins with The SummerWorks Exclusive (6:30 – 9:00pm), where the festival’s lineup will be announced, as well as a special appearance by Suits’ Patrick J. Adams. The night ends with the festival’s official Launch Party & Fundraiser.

Most of us have lost loved ones, and have had fleeting thoughts about our own mortality. Perhaps a morbid topic for most of us, but confronting these accounts sometimes enables us to see the brighter side of life and the world. This was concept behind the latest one-woman show, playing at The Theatre Center called we are not afraid of the dark, inspired by the late award-winning Canadian actress Tracy Wright.

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