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REVIEW: Inside the babes-in-arms performance of the audacious Universal Child Care

As a new parent, I was thrilled at the prospect of returning to the theatre and introducing my baby to what, at one time, used to take up two or three nights a week of my life.

By Kaitlyn Riordan / Mar 1, 2024
Production photo of Back to Back Theatre's The Shadow Whose Prey the Hunter Becomes. A woman in an orange jacket stands centre stage; behind her, two men sit in chairs. iPhoto caption: Photo by Kira Kynd

REVIEW: The Shadow Whose Prey the Hunter Becomes is a Trojan Horse of disability theatre

At its core, Shadow is less about the threat of AI and more about how deeply ableism affects us all — even those of us who are not disabled.

By Alethea Bakogeorge / Jan 24, 2024
iPhoto caption: Photo by Mathieu Taillardas.

REVIEW: Filles du Roi is an entertaining, thoughtful reappraisal of French Canadian history

Sébastien Bertrand takes these women out of the symbolic realm, giving them fully formed identities.

By Gabrielle Marceau / Nov 4, 2023

Where to Eat & Drink Near… Canadian Stage

Heading to Canadian stage? Here are the best places to grab a drink, eat some dinner, or simply relax before or after your next show.

By Jessica Watson / Nov 18, 2022