The Merchant of Venice is a hard-hitting Shakespearian story of love and revenge.
If you thought Othello was cold, wait ‘til you get a load of King Leontes.
Director John Murphy sets his rendition of Much Ado About Nothing around a film set in Fellini era Italy and like most things film related, you can’t trust the paparazzi.
Musical artist Jane Miller and artistic director Brian Quirt have put together a remarkable show that takes its audience on an emotional journey into the neuroscience behind sad songs and why they are so important to us as compassionate, sentient beings.
Director Douglas Carter Beane’s adaptation of Oscar Hammerstein’s Cinderella puts a modern, though not entirely unique, spin on the infamous tale of a young girl’s journey from peasant to princess.
South Park’s Trey Parker and Matt Stone, and Robert Lopez are no strangers to pushing buttons.
PERICLES is the story of a man whose life is vastly altered by a sinful father who beds his beautiful daughter and dares any man to expose his wicked truth.
Exit Venice, Cyprus, and the Ottoman Empire. Enter 1864 America near the end of the Civil War.
It’s Manhattan, New York, 1899 with no child labour laws to protect the innocent, until now.
Shakespeare’s THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR is so farcically plump it begs to be played with and plied so it’s amusing to find the characters in, of all places, the late 1960s at a honky-tonk open mic night at the Garter Inn in Windsor Ontario.