Whether it deserves the tag or not, whatever musical the Shaw Festival books for its mainstage theatre is referred to as the 'flagship show.' Often times, it comes with the unwelcome pressure of deciding whether a season makes or loses money.
The good intentions are obvious with the Shaw Festival's production of 1837: The Farmers' Revolt.
A strange thing happens when you become a horror icon: People don’t approach you to say how much you scared them, but to share how much you mean to them. Yes, even if you played a disfigured child killer.
The moment new Shaw Festival artistic director Tim Carroll announced casting for the 2017 season, one name leaped off the news release: Tom McCamus in The Madness of George III.
Jada Pinkett Smith is constantly left embarrassed by her husband Will borrowing money from strangers.
Pygmalion may have been Bernard Shaw’s most popular play, but ask which was his greatest and there’s never a clear answer.
The Price Is Right saw its long-standing Plinko record fall on Thursday.
Niagara’s hardest working man in comedy has plenty of laughs queued up for the next three days.
It ended with a few laughs. A few tears. A lot of memories. Most importantly, Niagara Concerts bowed out with music Saturday.