An evening featuring four distinct solos from four award-winning Asian Canadian artists.
A celebration of the solidarity, the people, and the storm of emotions which can be found in a strike.
The facility is going to stay open to 9 p.m. Friday night for a last chance to see works by the likes of Monet, Renoir, and Degas.
A Nordic journey, exploring choral music from Iceland, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and Norway.
Ferguson has been one of the Canadians leading the charge to change gender designations on government-issued identification.
Contemporary Dance Solo and Lady Parts are two of the boundary-breaking shows that should be big draws at this year's event.
To mark the 50th anniversary of Bill C-150, the Queer Arts Festival brings you a fascinating cross-Canada exhibition.
Amid the risk-taking and bold experimentation, here are a few shows worth catching.
Its opening reception will be free for the public to attend.
Sophie Buddle's comedy album A Lil Bit of Buddle releases on May 15
Intertwining multilingual dialogue, flamboyant rock numbers, and idiosyncratic marine trivia, Chicken Girl contemplates ideas of home, cultural identity, and the point of our existence.
Don't miss these adventurous and high-energy works which are aesthetically eclectic, topically relevant, and boundary pushing
The story of celebrated American playwright Arthur Miller and his hidden son.
The honour marks Emily Molnar's tenth anniversary as artistic director of the troupe.