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REVIEW: A new take on Don Pasquale re-imagines its lead as a cat-loving crank

If you love cats, you’ll like Barbe & Doucet’s production of Don Pasquale. 

By Stephen Low / May 8, 2024

REVIEW: CANOE brings mystical, operatic flair to Canada’s dark history

Through a minimalist aesthetic and a score that blends classical music with non-conventional elements, CANOE presents a deeply personal portrayal of two sisters grappling with the past.

By Zoe Marin / Sep 21, 2023

REVIEW: Frog Song at Here for Now Theatre

While Frog Song doesn’t shy away from being an opera, it does provide an addition to the genre which is a bit more open and accessible to both kids and adults alike.

By Charlotte Lilley / Aug 8, 2023

REVIEW: Scott Joplin’s Treemonisha at Volcano Theatre/TO Live/Luminato

Scott Joplin’s Treemonisha takes its well earned place in the operatic canon.

By Glenn Sumi / Jun 15, 2023