Today in Toronto: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, CanAsian Dance Festival, André Laplante and more

A Midsummer Night’s Dream The course of true love never did run smooth, especially in this Shakespearian tale of four forest-bound young Athenians, a troupe of clueless actors, a collection of mischievous fairies and a puckish imp named Robin Goodfellow. Find out more »

CanAsian International Dance Festival The rich panoply that is Asian dance gets loving and lavish treatment in this show, featuring two diverse line-ups and performers both Canadian and international. Find out more »

Kama Benefit Reading Series The second instalment of this five-part fundraiser for World Literacy Canada features readings by the Giller Prize founder, Jack Rabinovitch; novelist and Mordecai Richler biographer Charles Foran; and actor Cynthia Dale. Find out more »

Laplante Plays Liszt The celebrated Canadian pianist André Laplante tackles the Hungarian composer’s virtuoso-testing Piano Concerto No. 1. Find out more »


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