Toronto’s Soulpepper Theatre Company presents Eric Peterson and John Gray in a revival of their landmark Canadian play, Billy Bishop Goes to War at The Young Centre for the Performing Arts through August 4, 2011. Billy Bishop Goes to War is an iconic Canadian play. First written and performed by Eric Peterson and John Gray … Continue reading Review: Billy Bishop Goes to War (Soulpepper) →
From Press Release The Mooney on Theatre review is here. And now to the press release: Current run is 100% sold out Albert Schultz, Founding Artistic Director of Soulpepper Theatre Company, today announced that the highly successful production of the Canadian classic Billy Bishop Goes to War will return to open Soulpepper’s 2010 season in … Continue reading Billy Bishop Goes to War will return in Soulpepper’s 2010 season →
by Sam Mooney Billy Bishop Goes to War – a Soulpepper production – is an example of how amazing Canadian theatre can be, and how enduring.
In Off the Island (playing at the Toronto Fringe Festival), a young Dominican man lands in Toronto for university and begins to discover himself and his sexuality. This musical is a reminder that, while we think of Canada as a city of immigrants, not everything gets left behind in the old country — and not … Continue reading Off the Island (Gazebo Productions) 2019 Toronto Fringe Review →
From Press Release: Directed by Jennifer Tarver and performed by actor, writer and knitter Kirk Dunn, The Knitting Pilgrim is a multidisciplinary one-person theatrical experience that uses storytelling, image projection and a one-of-a-kind textile installation called Stitched Glass. The show, which premiered at the Aga Khan Museum’s Auditorium in May, 2019, comes to the Toronto Fringe Festival, performing 10 … Continue reading The Knitting Pilgrim – Toronto Fringe 2019 Press Release →