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Theatre These Days

It felt liberating. To stop trying to adapt. To just let go. But, of course, it also feels like a betrayal.

By Sarah Segal-Lazar / Jan 28, 2021
iPhoto caption: Photo via the Toronto Fringe Festival

Toronto Fringe Festival Goes Digital with the Fringe Collective

"We had a moment after cancelling the festival where we were prepared to just do nothing and wait until next year, but then we realized we still had an opportunity to unite our artists and our audiences in a different and exciting way. "

By Mae Smith / May 20, 2020

I’m Happy Just to Freelance with You

Just like normal: don’t feel bad to charge for your art. Artists deserve to get paid— and if we aren’t paid we will have to stop making art.

By Julie Foster / Apr 13, 2020

Intermission COVID-19 Response & Up-To-Date Theatre News

As efforts continue to contain and prevent the spread of COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, Intermission is dedicated to providing up-to-date news on the status of theatre across the city and ensuring theatregoers have accurate information to plan during this difficult and transitory period.

Mar 13, 2020