Toronto Theatre – Caught Our Eye

Weekly listing of theatre in Toronto that caught the eye of Mooney on Theatre editorial team members

Toronto Play Listings for the Week of June 8, 2015

Shows That Caught Our Eye This Week

This week in Toronto theatre brings you an eclectic mix of one-person performances, tales based on various historical events, a site-specific dance, and a couple of comedy specials. There’s still time to get inspired at InspiraTO Festival. I’ve highlighted the shows that our editor Samantha would love to see this week in red text. Perhaps they’ll also strike your fancy, or you may find something else that’ll tickle your interest. Continue reading Toronto Play Listings for the Week of June 8, 2015

Toronto Play Listings for the Week of Jun 1, 2015

Shows That Caught Our Eye This Week

This week in Toronto theatre brings you an eclectic mix of one-person performances, tales based on various historical events, a groundbreaking dance/augmented reality production – Weather, and a couple of comedy specials. There’s still time to get inspired at InspiraTO Festival. I’ve highlighted the shows that our publisher Megan Mooney would love to see this week with two asterisks ** and in red text. Perhaps they’ll also strike your fancy, or you may find something else that’ll tickle your interest. Continue reading Toronto Play Listings for the Week of Jun 1, 2015

Toronto Play Listings for the Week of May 25, 2015

Shows That Caught Our Eye This Week

This week in Toronto theatre brings you an eclectic mix of one-person performances, tales based on various historical events, and a couple of comedy specials. I’ve highlighted the shows that our editor Mike would love to see this week with two asterisks ** and in red text. Perhaps they’ll also strike your fancy, or you may find something else that’ll tickle your interest. Continue reading Toronto Play Listings for the Week of May 25, 2015

Toronto Play Listings for the Week of April 27, 2015

Shows That Caught Our Eye This Week

Hitchens infamously declared that women aren’t as funny as men, so let him roll over in his grave and go see the hilarious chicks at SheDot Festival! If you’ve got nostalgia for classics, new takes on old tales abound. There are also plenty of new productions. I’ve highlighted the shows we’d love to see this week with two asterisks ** and in red text. I hope they will strike your fancy, too. Continue reading Toronto Play Listings for the Week of April 27, 2015