Canada's largest regional theater, the Canadian Stage Company, announced Wednesday that Matthew Jocelyn will assume the artistic directorship of the troupe when Martin Bragg departs at the end of…
The first announced touring dates for "Young Frankenstein" and the Guthrie Theater's musical adaptation of "Little House on the Prairie" headline the 2009-10 subscription season for Mirvish Prods.…
Someone's about to put Baby in a corner. Producer David Mirvish announced Sunday a March 29 closing date for the Toronto run of "Dirty Dancing, the Classic Story on Stage." When it shutters, the…
Former head of Livent Garth Drabinsky, on trial here for criminal charges of fraud and forgery, won't know the final verdict until March 24, but the Supreme Court of Canada dealt him a blow Thursday.
It may have taken a bit longer than it did in the U.S., but the legit industry in Canada has begun to show signs of vulnerability to the current economic downturn.
Inspired by the Metropolitan Opera's success with filmed versions of its stage productions, Canada's Cineplex has joined forces with CTV and the Stratford Shakespeare Festival to present the fest's…
The question of whether or not scribe Peter Morgan's "Frost/Nixon" can survive onstage beyond the definitive production it received in London and New York from helmer Michael Grandage goes unanswered…
After a tremendous publicity build-up with the search for a leading lady via TV reality show "How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?," the $10.1 million production of "The Sound of Music" that opened…
Tony-winner "Jersey Boys" is duplicating its success on Broadway north of the border, where the Toronto production has been extended to an open-ended run, with a new cast taking over in December.
It's no surprise that "Zed," Cirque du Soleil's first permanent Japanese show only bears fleeting resemblances to the Tarot-card work first put on the agenda.