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Today in Toronto: Jekyll and Hyde, The Little Years and more

The Little Years Fifties schoolgirl Kate is a frustrated keener. As her love of learning is discouraged and dismissed, her poet brother is nurtured, leading to fame for him and a life of disappointment for her. Find out more »

Jekyll and Hyde R&B singer Deborah Cox transforms herself into Lucy, a Victorian prostitute, in the Broadway version of Robert Louis Stevenson’s 1886 novella about the evil that lurks within us, just waiting to get out. Find out more »

Interlace, Deconstruct, the Spaces in Between Crocheting and weaving are two decidedly humble arts—more like crafts, really. The textile artists Lizz Aston, Noelle Hamlyn and Pam Lobb bring a bit of dazzle to the homey traditions by employing some very nontraditional materials. Find out more »

Food events Scotch With Food, Experience Italy’s Piedmont and more. See the Weekly Eater »

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