Tag Archives: The Storefront Theatre

A TURN OF THE PAGE

After a few brief years, The Storefront Theatre closed at its location, 955 Bloor Street West, near the Ossington subway stop. Rather scruffy looking, and on a corner, the small space become home to some of the most talented directors, … Continue reading

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FLYING OVER THE MOON

Chasse-Galerie is a joyful, rip-roaring musical. It’s so much fun, the audience can hardly keep still. Watching a brilliant cast, singing their hearts out, you find yourself joining in, and laughing out loud. It premiered last year, at the tiny … Continue reading

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WICKED CHILDREN’S STORIES

The Forest has opened at The Storefront Theatre and it’s a wild and whirling concoction created by a team of writers, directors, actors, artists, and puppeteers.  The dark comedy is really a series of children’s stories, some naughty and some … Continue reading

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THE PHOENIX IN THE MAKE-BELIEVE ROOM

The phoenix, the mythological bird that dies by fire, only to rise again from the ashes, is one of humankind’s most enduring fables. The fantastical creature represents many things: rebirth, resurrection, regeneration; the survival instinct itself. Never mentioned in the … Continue reading

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THAT WICKED BOY

Canadian theatre’s “naughty boy”, Brandon Crone, is on the loose again. His new play, Contempt, opens soon at The Storefront Theatre. As usual, one expects controversy amid Crone’s excursions into unexpected sexual territory. With plays such as Doners, Maypole Rose, … Continue reading

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THE FLYING CANOE SOARS

  The Chasse-Galerie (The Flying Canoe) at the Storefront Theatre is about as close to all-out brawling fun as you can get. A month ago, daredevil director Tyrone Savage assembled a major complement of artists and musicians and last night, … Continue reading

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THE PARTY

“One doesn’t need money. One needs to have a party. Everyone wants to come to the party, and be seen. If life isn’t a party, then it isn’t really life, because what you really need won’t show up. But don’t … Continue reading

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