New Jersey high school students put on a stage production of Ridley Scott’s Alien, and it looks awesome.
The "Where Dark Things Dwell" escape game returns this Spring 2018 and we want to give you and your friends a chance to break the Black Creek curse courtesy of Secret City Adventures!
The new Escape Game at the Black Creek Pioneer Village makes the most of its historic setting.
Fans of Harry Potter will be able to get the proper version of events even if they can't see the play in London.
The celebrated filmmaker will write and direct the stage version of his latest film.
The new Toronto stage show is a wonderful ghost story told with grace, poise, and considerable skill.
Illusionist Nicholas Wallace talks about creating an atmosphere and the appeal of the supernatural in the new stage play Seance.
Win tickets to see the only Toronto stage show that culminates with an actual seance!
Though not as deliriously funny as you'd expect, the charming Cannibal! The Musical doesn't need to shock to entertain.
Last week's launch event inadvertently demonstrated the potential for gaming and live performance.
We take a look at and review some of the stage shows, art installations, performance art, music, and dance taking place at this year's 2014 SummerWorks festival!
The Water Thief Juried Series A hauntingly clever blend of cinema, live musical accompaniment, and movement, there’s nothing else quite like The Water Thief at this year’s festival. Wordless, fantastical, and existential, this story of an old man in a coastal community that finds his final remaining days on Earth haunted by ghosts from the […]
Unknown Soldier Juried Series Although boasting an electrifying performance from Jeff Ho in the lead of this one man show, writer/director/producer Jonathan Seinen’s fictionalized take on the struggles faced by imprisoned American soldier and whistleblower Chelsea Manning (formerly Bradley) is a well intentioned mixed bag that actually does better when it goes a bit off […]
Unintentionally Depressing Children’s Tales Juried Series Definitely not for kids, but not as “depressing” as the title suggests, writer Erin Fleck and director Maya Rabinovitch’s whimsically staged telling of four fractured fairy tales with melancholic undertones blends stage reading and gorgeous puppetry beneath a cozy, elaborate blanket fort with the audience gathered around on the […]
Thus Spoke… National Series A potent and vibrant mix of dance, movement, performance art, and monologuing, Thus Spoke… makes its English language debut in Toronto by way of its original staging in Montreal. Two men (Frédérick Gravel, Frédérick Lavallée, with Gravel also serving as the artistic director, choreographer, co-creator, and lighting designer) and two women […]