Toronto Community Theatre Blog

Melissa Bazo

“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

The Best Is HERE for The Second City

My best friend and fellow writer, Vanessa and I had the pleasure of attending The Second City Toronto’s 81st Mainstage Revue of ‘The Best is Yet to Come Undone’ on April 9th. With all that has happened this past year, it’s almost hard to remember some of the things you’d like to have forgotten. For […] 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

A Christmas Carol in Keswick

Last Sunday David and I made it out to Keswick On, about an hour North of Toronto. I hadn’t really been feeling in the Christmas spirit yet this season (Humbug!), but when we saw A Christmas Carol, directed by first time director Alexandra Coyne, and performed by the Queensville Players, it definitely lifted my spirits […] Read More

Toronto Theatre Revue Episode 1 Has Hit the Internet!

After tons and tons of work, our vlog, Toronto Theatre Revue has finally aired on youtube! This all started beginning of this past fall, when Tara came up with the brilliant idea. After that, her and I were brainstorming and planning. Once we got a better handle on it, we talked to David about being […] Read More