Toronto Community Theatre Blog

“The Rock Star, the Legend, Larabee”

In a city full of buskers and entertainers, there is one that really stands out to us here at TCT Blog. You are most likely to see him in and around Leslieville, a quaint East end neighborhood in the beautiful city of Toronto. Frequenting most notably, Coxwell and Gerrard. Introducing, the man with the jams […] Read More


Last weekend my roomate, Tara and I took the Markham Road 102 bus out to Scarborough Village Theatre to see a musical we have heard about our entire lives yet never managed to see. We chose not to spoil the material for ourselves and went into Meg Gibson’s production of Oklahoma! blind. Love story? Check. […] Read More

Shkreli! Portrait of a Pharma Bro

People often query me as to why I, a reformed white trash hick, now a suddenly “woke” right-leaning Leslieville (See Williamsburg) Democratic Socialist who also happens to be a mentally ill person relying on ODSP, is going back to school for theatre and social work and professional writing and South Asian studies, whose life’s only […] Read More

You, You, You Oughta, Know!!!!! (It was about Uncle Joey…..)

The Second City’s latest sketch comedy show, She The People, opened last Saturday afternoon and this show couldn’t have come at a more appropriate time in recent history…and before a man interrupts this post with a “Well, actually–“, let’s just say that we couldn’t be happier to have attended the debut of a show that […] Read More

Straight-Forward Take on An Oscar Wilde Classic

Friday night’s performance of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, directed by Jason Silzer and presented by the Scarborough Theatre Guild, left us wondering if there was a full moon that night, or perhaps the lacklustre performance had something to do with the fact that it was Friday the 13th. The Importance of Being […] Read More