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Steffi DiDomenicantonio

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6 in the Six: The Greatest Showmance

In the moment, the showmance sounds cute. But will it be worth it if (and when) it all comes crashing down and falls apart?

By Steffi DiDomenicantonio / Jul 4, 2022

Intermission’s Most Popular Articles of All Time

Here at Intermission we strongly believe that providing a platform for theatre artists to elaborate on the ideas behind the work they are making is important to establish a dialogue with...

Apr 5, 2020

The Most Popular Intermission Articles of 2019

Thanks for another year of Toronto theatre coverage! As the year winds down, check out the ten most-read Intermission articles of 2019.

Dec 16, 2019

The Greatest Showmance

“Showmance” is not a real word; it was invented by people in the acting industry. For those of you not familiar with the term, this is how Steffi DiDomenicantonio’s dictionary defines the word: two co-stars are working together in a show and are playing love interests. Time passes and the onstage feelings get confused for real-life feelings.

By Steffi DiDomenicantonio / Aug 1, 2019