Dan Chameroy & Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster in Soulpepper’s production of The Barber of Seville. Photo by Cylla von Tiedemann.

Status: Closing this week
What: A whimsical serenade of love, jealousy and LOL dueling-dance numbers tells the story of
Soulpepper Theatre Company’s production of The Barber of Seville, re-imagined by Michael O’Brien and John Millard from Beaumarchais’s play and the opera by Rossini.
When: On stage Tuesday to Saturday 8PM, with a Saturday matinee performance at 2PM.
Where: Young Centre for the Performing Arts, 50 Tank House Lane, Distillery Historic District, Toronto.
Buzzworthy notes: Dan Chameroy’s hapless, heartfelt Figaro plotting the union of the strapping Count Almaviva (Gregory Prest) to the elusive Rosina (Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster), while getting tangled in the aristocracy he so charmingly mocks, plus the soulful, ultra-camp power ballads that unravel this beloved tale; tickets $51-68, with $21 rush tickets subject to availability at the door.
Status: On stage this Saturday
What: Toronto indie artists’ label Arts & Crafts fêtes its 10-year anniversary with the inaugural
Field Trip Music & Arts Festival at Fort York & Garrison Common.
When: Saturday June 8, gates open at noon.
Where: Fort York & Garrison Common, 100 Garrison Rd., Toronto.
Buzzworthy notes: Performances by Canadian indie favourites Broken Social Scene, Timber Timbre, Feist (and more), plus food trucks curated by the
Toronto Underground Market, an
Etsy marketplace with 10 local retailers and the
Norman Wong x Arts & Crafts photography exhibit.
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