Mirvish Productions is the premier name in Toronto Theatre, bringing musicals, dramas, comedies and more to the theatre stage for over 50 years.
We continue with this month’s double themes — Pride and Indigenous History Month.
Reelin’ in the Years has video clips from two excellent shows from the past: the feel-good musical Kinky Boots and the hilarious and powerful My Night with Reg.
We have a conversation with Cree writer Tomson Highway, one of this country’s most important and entertaining authors. He talks about the 30th anniversary of the Royal Alex staging of his groundbreaking play, Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing.
Our While We Wait columnist turns her focus to living off the land and honouring the land’s ancestors and original caretakers.
Check In From Away talks with celebrity columnist Shinan Govani to find out how he has managed during the pandemic when the star-studded parties and high society social gatherings that are his bread and butter aren’t happening.
Plus, enter our contest to win a copy of Tomson Highway’s novel Kiss of the Fur Queen, newly reissued by Penguin Modern Classics.
In my last column I mentioned that my family and I had escaped the city and taken refuge at my parents’ farm for the foreseeable future. It’s become our “Greenbelt safe house,” and has allowed me to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of urban life. Best of all, it has given me the rare opportunity to really slow down and connect more deeply to the land around me.
Princess of Wales Theatre
Toronto – David Mirvish is pleased to present the Canadian premiere of the Donmar Warehouse production of Blindness, a socially distanced sound installation.
May flowers have arrived in abundance and our daily walks have become far more vibrant. I love the spring foliage around our neighbourhood and, with summer fast approaching, now is the perfect time to preserve some of this beauty.