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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. 

Apr 9, 2024
iPhoto caption: From top left: The Seagull (Soulpepper), Hypothetical Baby (The Howland Company), As You Like It, a radical retelling (Crow's/Mirvish), Letters from Max (Necessary Angel), Maanomaa, My Brother (Canadian Stage/Blue Bird), Monster (Factory), Maggie (Theatre Aquarius), Casey and Diana (Stratford Festival), The Master Plan (Crow's). All photos except Casey and Diana by Dahlia Katz; Casey and Diana photo by Cylla von Tiedemann.

Our favourite theatre productions of 2023, in Toronto and beyond

These shows have stood the test of at least a few weeks, if not several months. Their pleasures are not transitory, but mature and long-lasting. We think of them often.

By Aisling Murphy, , Liam Donovan / Dec 22, 2023

REVIEW: Things get crazy in Stratford’s Love’s Labour’s Lost — and that’s a good thing

Nearly every moment of Love’s Labour’s Lost sparkles. 

By Liam Donovan / Sep 12, 2023
iPhoto caption: Photo by Brad Vos.

REVIEW: her. at Red Sandcastle Theatre is a disquieting experiment with the solo show form

Shaw constructs a complex, three-person period piece all on her own. It’s a daring undertaking, and it occasionally pays off.

By Liam Donovan / Sep 10, 2023