Cavalia's Odysseo a feast for the eyes
After beginning its journey back in 2003 in Toronto's Distillery District, Cavalia's Odysseo returned to Toronto's waterfront Tuesday night for a mesmerizing, revamped display of charisma, precision, agility and strength.
'Idiot' never misses a beat
In Green Day's American Idiot, Dancap's Aubrey Dan has managed to slip a belated but impressive Christmas package under the tree -- one almost certain to delight the younger demographic of the theatre-going public, in particular.
'Titus Andronicus' a killer show
It can be a brilliant treatise on the excesses of revenge — or the Elizabethan equivalent of a slasher film. But no matter how it is played, William Shakespeare's blood-drenched Titus Andronicus is one killer of a show.
Still no Will for Shakespeare
Just in case you missed the opportunity to overlook Shakespeare's Will the first time around, the Stratford Festival is giving you another chance to miss it, reviving it on the same Studio stage on which it played in 2007.
The Little Years offers big rewards
STRATFORD -- In a world increasingly determined to place a pricetag and a value on everything, any discussion that involves both the arts and science is, quite frankly, most likely to involve budgets as well.