Toronto Community Theatre Blog

“Now I’ll run from you…..” ♪♪

Having recently read Call of the Wild and Barometer Rising back to back, I had a hankering to see some sort of community theatre play that combined both the intrigue of the Klondike with the historical relevance of the East Coast in Canada’s early post-confederation history (I can’t not give a mention to Quiet Courage which […] Read More

Check off ‘Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike’ from your bucket list. On now in Scarborough Village.

Absurdity and hilarity combine with poignancy, gloom and sadness in the lives of Mr. Durang’s quirky characters. Although a few names and certain plot moments are derived from some of the works of playwright, Anton Chekhov, this knowledge is not necessary for enjoyment of this solid production staged by the Scarborough Players. Vanya and his […] Read More

Join The Addams’ for One ‘Normal’ Night

Dare I say – THIS WAS THE BEST COMMUNITY THEATRE PERFORMANCE I HAVE EVER SEEN. There. My review is done. Don’t even waste your time reading this, go get your ticket!!! Really though – this weekend was a combined birthday for my sister and I. So what else would we possibly be doing other than […] Read More

Today is my birthday – Go See Omission

Today I am 37. Three things: 1. I am now the same age Carrie Bradshaw was when she cried to Big about “being old”. 2. I am as old as Michelle Pfieffer would be in “To Gillian on her 37th Birthday”. 2. Today is also Justin Timberlake’s 37th bday. As long as he is relevant […] Read More

To miss this play, you don’t want; No one’s funnier than Dorante…

…Except perhaps Neil Cameron as Alcippe and Matthew Taylor‘s Cliton. Along with Tyler Brown as the lead quasi-villain of this play, this trio had me literally laughing out loud, sober. I never do this. I can sit through an entire Dave Chappelle set intoxicated and absolutely think it’s hilarious but I don’t find myself physically reacting […] Read More