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Toronto theatre critic remembered for helping queer artists thrive
Queer artists remember Jon Kaplan’s love of theatre
How one dance piece is redefining cultural assumptions about India
Hari Krishnan’s latest work, Holy Cow(s)!, combines Indian dance forms with a healthy dose...
What does a tailor shop have to do with queer relationships?
Lawrence Aronovitch talks about his new play, Finishing the Suit, which premieres in Ottawa
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Five lessons from Cabaret about sex, politics and freedom
The Tony Award–winning play is a cautionary tale for Trump’s America, and the rest of the...
A life-size pink phone, a sleepover and a script: my year at the Rhubarb Festival
Rhubarb has always been the place for controlled theatrical chaos — that’s why we knew our...
After 38 years, the Rhubarb Festival is still pushing artists to their creative limits
Each year artists return to test boundaries and showcase new work
The sublime sadness of Kinky Boots
Why this musical theatre sissy-boy shies away from stilettos
Out in Vancouver: Jan 26–31, 2017
Choice events in the city this week
How one play is including queer people in the conversation about sexual violence
The Ghomeshi Effect combines dance and interviews to address rape culture in Canada
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How one Toronto festival is bringing the spirit of Oscar Wilde back to the stage
The Wilde Festival honours the playwright’s fight for queer rights
Out in Toronto: Dec 1–7, 2016
Choice events in the city this week
How a psychic experience and a dead writer inspired Daniel MacIvor’s new play
Who Killed Spalding Gray? is a departure from MacIvor’s usual style
Battling stereotypes and finding love as a queer black man
The cast of Buddies’ upcoming show, Black Boys, talk about how race affects their dating...
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Andria Wilson named new executive director of Inside Out
Wilson succeeds Scott Ferguson as ED of the largest LGBT film festival in Canada
Why a young straight theatre-maker wrote a play about queer women
Aaron Jan’s new show, Swan challenges the roles typically reserved for straight white men
‘da Kink in My Hair: ‘da musical
After 15 years, Trey Anthony’s theatrical success comes to Ottawa as a musical
Why two young queer artists are self-producing their own play
The producers of Tire Swing are asking queer audiences to take a chance on lesser-known...
What was Walt Whitman’s secret?
Vancouver’s frank theatre company wants to keep audiences guessing
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Why Hosanna is taking the Toronto stage again
The importance of reviving queer theatre classics
The best Blind Date you’ve ever had
Who knows what we can expect at this new, queer version of Rebecca Northan’s play?
Teenage playwright tells non-binary tales in Person in the Woods
Isaac McAndless-Davis’ new play is based on true young queer stories
Morgan Brayton: on stage and vulnerable at the Fringe
Brayton’s new show Give It Up looks at her love-hate relationship with film and TV
Seven queer picks for SummerWorks 2016
Post-apocalyptic pantomime, slow dances and naked ladies at Toronto’s curated performance...