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The Father

Florian Zeller’s award-winning play, The Father, has garnered critical acclaim across the globe in recent years. Debuting in Vancouver at the historic...
2.0★ ★
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Art

Paris, 1994. An extravagant purchase leads three life-long friends to a turbulent examination of their friendship, and modern art. Written 25 years ag...
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August: Osage County

Set at the peak of summer within the unair-conditioned confines of Bev & Violet Weston’s dilapidated country home, Tracy Letts' 2008 Pulitzer-winn...
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Against Nature

James Kudelka’s masterpiece, Against Nature, returns to the stage at Citadel + Compagnie. Against Nature is based on À rebours (1884), by the Frenc...
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Otello

I will readily admit that Otello is my personal favorite of all Verdi operas. The magnificent choruses, searing ensembles, and tender arias, all frame...
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La Bohème

La Bohème Giacomo Puccini Libretto by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica Canadian Opera Company Directed by John Caird Cast (in order of appearanc...
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Yellow Rabbit

Toronto is a city shaped and enriched by interactions between multiple diasporic cultures, home to countless stories of young people negotiating the t...
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Escaped Alone

The set for the Canadian premiere of Caryl Churchill’s 2016 one-act play Escaped Alone—a spare, well-lit rectangle of floor space flanked on both side...
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Hadrian

The Canadian Opera Company’s new commission, Hadrian, proves without doubt that Contemporary Canadian Opera is alive and very well indeed. Hadrian ...