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test iPhoto caption: Courtesy of Brampton On Stage

Brampton On Stage assembles heavenly cast for one-night-only Pasek and Paul concert

Curated by Darryn de Souza and performed by a dynamic four-piece band, the show features a cast of stellar singers led by Elysia Cruz and Julia Pulo, currently starring in Mirvish’s Six.

By Liam Donovan
iPhoto caption: Image courtesy of 2b theatre.

REVIEW: Hannah Moscovitch’s Red Like Fruit is what minimalist theatre should be

The feminist movement needs a dose of medicine, and 2b theatre’s world premiere of Hannah Moscovitch’s latest work, Red Like Fruit, is a horse pill.

By Misha Bakshi

REVIEW: Tarragon’s El Terremoto offers a delicate look at a family navigating disaster

Playwright Christine Quintana’s attention to character sets El Terremoto apart.

By Liam Donovan

Speaking in Draft: Zahra Ebrahim

Think of a lot of our major cultural institutions: theatres, galleries, museums. A lot of them are designed in this way where it’s not clear who is welcome, because they are so pristine. 

By Nathaniel Hanula-James
iPhoto caption: Original photos by Kendra Epik.

With its Spring Double Bill, Toronto Dance Theatre centres community and new voices

For the Spring Double Bill, artistic director Andrew Tay is considering how programming can be a means of supporting emerging artists.

By Martin Austin

Introducing the next act of Intermission Magazine

Today, we’re launching some exciting new features and initiatives at Intermission, starting with a gorgeous new website by Mouth Media.