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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

REVIEW: Hamlet at Stratford Festival

It’s fun (even though it's a tragedy), easy to follow, and overall, the performances keep the production alive and energetic without sacrificing truth and objective for speed and volume.

By Jessica Watson / Jun 29, 2022

Announcement: Soulpepper’s Summer 2018 Season

These are the three plays and concerts that will make up Soulpepper's Summer 2018 season.

Mar 27, 2018
iPhoto caption: Fiona Highet and Ted Dykstra in Poison. Photo by Dahlia Katz

Review: Poison

The set is all white: floor, walls, chairs, wastepaper basket, and watercooler, as if we are in a cold, sterile science lab examining a specimen of marriage and grief.

By Lynn Slotkin / Nov 17, 2017