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“Eerie” and “intoxicating” … Just in time for Hallowe’en

As it begins its third season, the Danforth’s Coal Mine Theatre continues to build its reputation as one of Toronto’s most challenging, risky and thrilling independent companies with the premiere of English playwright Laura Wade’s Royal Court Theatre hit, “Breathing Corpses.”  Now in previews, it opens this Wednesday night, Oct. 26th.

Canadian premiere of hit Donald Trump play – U.S. Election Night, Tuesday, Nov. 8th

“Superb and remarkably complex…”     Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

Which candidate will be pushing up daisies on U.S. Election Night, Tuesday, November 8th, just a fortnight from tomorrow?  In Toronto, a more apt question might be who will be presenting Daisey, that is celebrated … and some might say notorious… American playwright and monologist Mike Daisey.

“You Want It Darker,” Leonard Cohen’s new album, Now Available at Song & Script

“A bleak masterpiece… Rich, deep and potent as ever.” - The Telegraph, London, UK

By Dennis Kucherawy

Tomorrow, Friday, Oct. 21st

Uncork the wine, put on the fire and lay back ‘cause it’s going to be a Leonard Cohen weekend.

Thursday, 20 October 2016 21:24

Donovan at Danforth Music Hall

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Donovan Brings the Sixties Back to Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall Friday night

His hit “Mellow Yellow” Featured in the Hit “Minions” Animated Comedy

His fans range from nostalgic Baby Boomers to “Minions” groupies everywhere.

Indeed, Donovan, now 70-years-old, wrote the soundtrack for the Hippy Era.

By Dennis Kucherawy

“If you can remember the Sixties,” the late comedian Robin Williams once said, “you weren’t there.”

Wednesday, 19 October 2016 16:21

Mike Myers at Toronto Reference Library Friday

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

True Patriot Mike Myers at Toronto Reference Library Friday night

Canada – “YEAH, BABY!!”

This Friday night, internationally renowned comedian Mike Myers visits the Appel Salon in Toronto’s Reference Library to discuss his new book titled, of course, “Canada.”  The free 90-minute event, that includes an autographing session, begins at 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, 19 October 2016 16:15

Acting Up’s David Bowie / Queen Tribute

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Song & Script “Uncovers” Acting Up’s David Bowie / Queen Tribute

By Dennis Kucherawy

Does Beelzebub ever have a devil of a concert put aside for you!

In less than a fortnight, some of Canada’s most talented “Rebel Rebels” will unleash a thrilling tribute to rock ‘n’ roll legends Queen (Freddie Mercury) and David Bowie in celebration of the 10th anniversary of Acting Up Stage Company’s “Uncovered” concert series.


Contrary to Tom Cochrane,

life is more than a highway, 

according to one of Canada’s

greatest playwrights,

indigenous or otherwise. 

It’s the universe.

That’s the ambitious theatrical palette Tomson Highway embraces in the Toronto premiere of his awesome new musical that bursts with originality, energy, imagination and, of course, love.  In addition to writing the show’s book, lyrics and music, he plays the piano as part of a trio.

Soulpepper’s Hosanna sparks memories of Monette

Often outrageously hilarious and at times sadly tragic, Soulpepper’s “Hosanna” is regarded as one of Montréal playwright Michel Tremblay’s greatest plays.

Set in the demi-monde of Montreal’s Blvd. St. Laurent, colloquially known as “The Main,” the play begins with a drag queen named Hosanna, who is obsessed with the cinematic glamour goddess Elizabeth Taylor.

Hosanna is quietly returning from a Hallowe’en to the bachelor apartment on Plaza Saint-Hubert he shares with his lover, an aging would-be macho biker stud named Cuirette.

Pulitzer Prize-winning Cancer Author to Speak Monday at Toronto Reference Library

Siddhartha Mukherjee to deliver 2016 The Cutting Edge Lecture as part of Appel Salon Series

By Dennis Kucherawy

This Monday, Oct. 17th, Siddhartha Mukherjee, the Indian-born American scientist, physician and writer, will deliver a lecture titled “It’s All About You:  Personalized Medicine and a Revolution in Cancer Treatment.”  Sponsored by the Krembil Foundation, it’s the 2016 lecture in the series titled “The Cutting Edge:  Exploring New Ideas at the Intersection of Health and Technology.”

Friday, 16 September 2016 15:19

Kensington Jazz – Back to TO’s Jazz Roots

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Kensington Market Jazz Festival

Salutes Beloved Pioneer,

Drummer Archie Alleyne

By Dennis Kucherawy

“Without the past, there is no future.”  Toronto jazz pioneer Archie Alleyne’s famous and wise words best describe the arrival of the Kensington Market Jazz Festival (KMJF) premiering this weekend.  It’s a return to one of the roots of Toronto…and Canada’s … jazz scene.

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