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Today in Toronto: ‘Da Kink in My Hair, Power of Women and more

Dance: Made in Canada Local dance giants Yvonne Ng, James Kudelka and Peggy Baker all have a hand in this biennial festival, which stages contemporary pieces from across the country. Find out more »

Power of Women Several of America’s brightest and blondest women get their Oprah on for an all-day conference promising laughter, tears and inspiration. Ellen DeGeneres, Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, Suzanne Somers and others tackle topics such as leadership, career growth and health, offering advice to ladies itching to be the best they can be. Find out more »

The Homecoming Stratford does Harold Pinter for the first time in this messy drama about a particularly screwed-up brood led by a particularly brutish patriarch (Brian Dennehy). Find out more »

’Da Kink in My Hair When ’Da Kink debuted at the Fringe in 2001, those stories—gentle, sad, uproarious—and the women telling them captivated audiences, eventually leading to a splashy Mirvish production and a television series. This month, it gets a rejig with new music and characters. Find out more »

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