Arts Features

From classical ballet to choral masterworks to truly twisted theatrical offerings, the season’s cultural roster has never been so full of gifts.
If hanging a string of 20 or 30 Christmas lights on your house seems daunting, imagine putting up more than a million.
Retirement has been very good for Mark Forward.
Like many good partnerships, the core creative team behind the upcoming dance show Things Near and Far came together over drinks.
Anyone with a few bucks to spare can hear Philippe Quint play the violin. Hearing him sing, though, is another matter.
Eli Bornowsky’s new exhibition of paintings and drawings is filled with a confounding crowd of idioms and allusions.
He often finds himself searching for stories that reveal the interconnections between people.
The young playwright, who’s just won a Governor General’s Award, looks at bullying, teen suicide, politics, and more in Late Company
It’s been a great season for string quartets.
The 18th edition of the Eastside Culture Crawl is guaranteed to be the biggest and best to date.