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New Solitudes

A wise director once said, “Good theatre is art; great theatre is life.” It is the ultimate compliment to say […]

28 May, 2003
Scheming on the fly pays off

Losing your lead actor on opening night has got to be every cast’s worst nightmare. It came true for renowned […]

8 April, 2003
My Big Fat Italian Tragedy

“Two households both alike in dignity/In fair Verona where we lay our scene/From ancient grudge, break to new mutiny…” Blah, […]

27 March, 2003
Take this Job and remix it

Yo! Check it out, y’all. There’s a new musical in da hood, and it ain’t no Phantom of the Opera. […]

11 March, 2003
Sunday Father a family affair

A play about two brothers, featuring the playwright’s own brother in the central role? When the family members in question […]

4 February, 2003
From subways to Seville with U of T’s up-and-coming dramatists

Wed. Jan. 22Stage Blue Productions’ twofour By Julian De Zotti; directed by Alex CorlazzoliIt’s Victoria Day weekend—time for three old […]

30 January, 2003
Ambitious Nun’s sinks under its own weight

As one of Canada’s preeminent playwrights, Michel Tremblay is renowned for his realistic, contemporary and often comical depictions of Québecois […]

16 January, 2003
U of T student skating’s next star

Over the years, Canada has produced more men’s figure skating stars than any other country in the world. As each […]

21 November, 2002
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