At the Stratford Festival this summer, the legendary musical "A Chorus Line" will be the same show it's been since 1975. Only different. After 40 years of fiercely guarding the original vision of the…
The 2014 Stratford Festival productions of Shakespeare's "King Lear," "King John," and "Antony and Cleopatra" are being filmed in Stratford, Ont., early this fall for features that will be…
Christopher Plummer's virtuosity and ability to command a stage have never seemed more secure in "A Word or Two," his current one-man show at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.
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The most thoughtful and scintillating reading of the Webber/Rice rock opera since its 1969 recording.
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…
With Amanda Plummer directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg on a Eugene Lee set in a play about a high-strung young female who hears heavenly voices, one would be forgiven for thinking the Stratford…
After years of turning out middle-of-the-road musical theater productions with rarely a hint of originality, it's nice to see the Stratford Festival trying something bold with its current take on…
They're calling it "The Barenaked Bard," and that's not far from the truth. Antoni Cimolino's inspired decision to commission a score for his production of "As You Like It" from Canadian pop group…
Richard Ouzounian and Marek Norman's vampire tuner, which ran for six months at Canada's Stratford Festival in 1999, is unlikely to repeat such success in the U.S., at least in the unfortunate…
If Tennessee Williams' self-described "shameless romanticism" gives "The Night of the Iguana" its emotional power, then his desire to embrace a universal guilt gives the play its psychological hook…