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Photographer Jonathan Castellino captured the magic of the Hearn in a series of stunning images. Here's a snaphot of #Luminato10 at the Hearn.
Situation Rooms has taken Rimini Protokoll’s work to yet another level of post-dramatic shock and awe.
In conversation with the show’s creators and choreographers Dana Gingras and Noam Gagnon alongside original cast member and 2016 rehearsal director Sarah Williams.
Broadway director, lyricist and writer Scott Wittman caught up with long-time friend Rufus Wainwright to chat all things Judy! Judy! Judy! after first being dazzled by Wainwright’s staging in 2006.
THUMP gets the inside scoop from co-founder Mat Schulz
An interview with The James Plays director Laurie Sansom
A tribute to Luminato Festival’s volunteers
The Hearn is located at 440 Unwin Avenue, in Toronto’s Port Lands area sitting majestically on a 10.5-hectare property. Its smokestack, at 705 ft. (215 m) tall, is a towering landmark, a proud memory of a bygone industrial era.
Charcoalblue is widely considered to be the most innovative theatre and acoustics consultancy in the world, with studios in London, Bristol, New York and Melbourne.
#TurnOnTheHearn is one of the boldest and most ambitious visions for Toronto yet. It might also be one of the largest architectural installations in the world. The Hearn itself will be an event.