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crow's theatre iPhoto caption: Crow's associate artistic director Paolo Santalucia and artistic director Chris Abraham.

For the leadership at Crow’s Theatre, investing in local talent is crucial

“We want a sustainable future, where Toronto is a theatre city, a destination,” says artistic director Chris Abraham. “There is tremendous potential for that. But in order to be a big international theatre city, we have to take big swings.”

By Aisling Murphy / May 14, 2024
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REVIEW: Tease uses burlesque to unpack body positivity

The conversation Tease starts is metal as hell ” it'll be all the more so when more body types are able to participate.

By Aisling Murphy / Mar 18, 2024
iPhoto caption: Two major productions — the Stratford Festival's Casey and Diana and Crow's Theatre's Uncle Vanya — have moved into more traditional theatre spaces in Toronto this winter. Photos by Dahlia Katz.

What happens when plays move out-of-the-round?

Casey and Diana and Uncle Vanya remain masterpieces of Canadian theatre, even when re-configured for larger, more traditional spaces.

By Aisling Murphy / Feb 3, 2024
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PlayMe launches impressive new season of audio dramas this week

PlayMe, the revolutionary podcast produced by Expect Theatre in association with CBC, returns this week with a jam-packed lineup of audio plays.

By Aisling Murphy / Jan 8, 2024