On The Town
Don't miss the reopening of The Children's Museum, plus a group exhibition assembled by CAMH’s Teen Council offers a revealing look into young people's inner lives through the pandemic.
The Show Must Go On(line)
When the pandemic made holding its planned staged readings impossible in-person, Mildred's Umbrella produced its entire festival through Zoom.
The Play's the Thing
The weekend festival spotlights female Israeli playwrights through a new partnership with the Israeli Consulate and the Evelyn R. Rubenstein Jewish Community Center.
The rapid-fire, experimental Museum of Dysfunction XI brings 40 performers and roughly 20 directors together for two weekends of performances.
“We’re not only looking at it from the perspective of sexual relationships. We’re also encouraging people to think more broadly about the role it has in all these different aspects of our lives.”
Year in Review
One theater critic reflects on another standout year across the city's stages.
Mildred's Umbrella mounts a special staged reading to coincide with World AIDS Day.
A Mildred's Umbrella-Classical Theatre crossover reading resurrects the little-known 1908 play that inspired none other than Queen Latifah.
The season opener from Mildred's Umbrella is at turns absurdly wonderful and flat-out absurd.
This play—opening this week—ain't Jane Eyre.
You're going to need some glitter, honey.
Some say the prominent theater didn't do enough to support the little guy.
The Theater District sustained damage, while smaller, outlying companies were luckier.
The female cast explores class and privilege in this dark comedy.
Mildred's Umbrella Theater Company's newest show brings women's issues to the forefront with a take on the tale of Medusa.