Category Archives: Theatre and Entertainment

Leslie Jordan FRUIT FLY Benefit Nights November 8-9

CSI Consultancy Inc (www.corpussanchez.com) and BE Salon (www.be-salon.ca), are hosting a fundraiser for Casey House, starring Mr. Leslie Jordan, star of TV, Film and Stage as he presents his one man show: Fruit Fly: Do All Gay Men Become Their … Continue reading

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3rd Annual Toronto TRIGGER Festival – Militantly Unapologetic, Radically Queer

The militantly unapologetic and radically queer, survivor-centric TRIGGER Festival is provoking Toronto audiences for a third year this June 16th, 17th and 18th with an incredible schedule of local, provincial, national and international professional artists. TRIGGER hosts three incredible nights … Continue reading

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Casper Andreas Shows GOING DOWN IN LA LA LAND inToronto May 22

Going Down in LA-LA Land  premiered at this year’s Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival in Miami as the coveted final night feature this week. And got RAVE REVIEWS! It will  show  in TORONTO May 22nd, and Casper will be in … Continue reading

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Kaboom! The Films of Gregg Araki April 8 – 20

The invaluable unpredictability of Gregg Araki’s urgent and indispensable cinema arrives at TIFF Bell Lightbox this Spring. Still one of the most unconventional and relentlessly intriguing voices in independent cinema, Araki’s oeuvre intertwines themes of tragic romantic love and alienated youth … Continue reading

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Opera Atelier Offers 2-for-1 to the LGBT Community for Acis and Galatea

Opera Atelier holds a unique place in the North American theatre community, producing opera, ballet and drama from the 17th and 18th centuries. These productions draw upon the aesthetics and ideals of the period, featuring soloists of international acclaim, period … Continue reading

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Nick Adams Comes to Toronto in October for Priscilla the Musical Debut

Broadway triple threat , New York hottie Nick Adams will star as the ABBA-obsessed Adam/Felicia in Priscilla, Queen of the Desert: The Musical. The glittery Academy Award–winning 1994 film, starred Guy Pearce as Adam/Felicia. Priscilla. The Musical premiered in Sydney … Continue reading

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World Premiere of Dark Star Requiem – June 11 – 12

Tapestry new opera works  celebrate their second partnership with Luminato, Toronto Festival of Arts and Creativity, to present the world premiere of Dark Star Requiem, a dramatic oratorio from poet Jill Battson and composer Andrew Staniland, during the opening weekend of … Continue reading

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Corktown’s QUEENS OF COMEDY June 25

Celebrate PRIDE with…. Corktown’s Queens of Comedy!   “Can’t Stop Laughing,             Won’t Stop Laughing…”   It’s Pride’s biggest comedy party on Thursday June 25th, live from the historic Alumnae Theatre in the heart of Corktown (just 5 minutes from The … Continue reading

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SNAP 2009 Photography Exhibition Competition and Auction

  SNAP! is surfacing as one of the country’s preeminent photography based auction events that continues to grow year after year. The AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT) is proud to announce the 8th annual SNAP! Photo Competition and Silent Auction.Event … Continue reading

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THE 30TH RHUBARB FESTIVAL – Buddies In Bad Times Theatre

   FEBRUARY 2009 … CANADA’S PREMIERE NEW WORKS FESTIVAL TURNS 30!Buddies’ announces a stellar line-up for the 2009 Rhubarb Festival of new works. For 30 years The Rhubarb Festival has offered Toronto artists a critic-free environment to experiment with contemporary … Continue reading

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