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Stage Write: #FringeTO

For our resident theatre geeks here On the Fourth Floor, July marks the most wonderful time of the year. It’s The Toronto Fringe Festival! The city’s largest theatre fest runs until July 13 with 150 shows at 27 venues across the city. With five days left of #FringeTO, you’ve still got lots of time to… Read more »

Stage Write: The Theatre Centre’s Grand Opening

After a $6.2 million capital campaign to revitalize the historic Carnegie Library, The Theatre Centre will open its brand spanking new doors at 1115 Queen St. West, on March 19. Tons of fun festivities are planned including an opening ceremony, a public open house and the opening night performance of journalist Alanna Mitchell’s Sea Sick…. Read more »

Stage Write: Music to your ears – musicals in Toronto

In this city, the one thing we can always count on is the chance to dabble in all sorts of theatre. Toronto is bouncing with arts and culture, and have no problem finding something delightful to quench a particular thirst. Midtown Toronto has the ever-so-popular ROM, the edge of Chinatown offers us the AGO, and… Read more »

Stage Write: Fall Theatre Even You Have Time For

*from one of our favourite drama queens, Christine Gresham of Theatre Isn’t Dead. I don’t know about you but when the sun set on Labour Day Monday, it was like life suddenly washed down 75 hits of speed with about 1000 espressos. My world is suddenly in FULL ON mode and it seems like everyone… Read more »

Stage Write: SummerWorks

Since August 8, the scene along Queen St. W has been seriously dramatic (it’s not us, we swear!), with plays popping up in some unexpected places: Trinity Bellwoods Park, Gallery 1313, the Gladstone Hotel, The Epiphany and St. Mark Church, The Great Hall, and more. There’s even a Performance Bar on Ossington (conveniently close to… Read more »

Stage Write – summer theatre preview

We love us some arts, culture and warm weather up #onthefourthfloor and summer theatre is basically a mash-up of all of the best things in life – balmy nights, invigorating shows that spark discussion, the thrill of discovering an amazing local play that no one’s really buzzed about yet, and sometimes, they’re even outside and… Read more »

Stage Write: David Mamet’s RACE at Canadian Stage

We just love going to the the-a-tah. Last night, we were thrilled to attend the buzziest opening night of the 2013 season, the much-anticipated Canadian Stage production of RACE. In fact, we loved it so much, you should probably stop reading this and go book your tickets now (pro-tip: check out Canadian Stage’s Facebook ticketing… Read more »

Stage Write: Dachshund UN

“It’s a dog eat dog world.” A phrase commonly applied to business or politics, it has never sounded more appropriate than after checking out the North American premiere of Dachshund UN last night. Part of the World Stage programming, this show features a group of dachshunds representing the Commission on Human Rights.  Dachshund UN was… Read more »

Stage Write: Next Stage Theatre Festival

January. Ahhhh, January. Post-holidays, we can be a bit slow moving but in our ‘hood, there’s always something exciting happening that helps us pick up the pace. The first month of every year, in the icy cold of winter, The Toronto Fringe Festival warms us up with the hottest indie theatre in the city AND… Read more »

Stage Write: The Arsonists

Life on the fourth floor can get pretty dramatic (urgent request! interview cancelled! event emergency!), so we love the opportunity to sit back and watch the theatrics unfold on stage, rather than in our everyday lives. Last night we hit the opening night performance of  Canadian Stage‘s wickedly funny farce, The Arsonists, on stage now… Read more »

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