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26 March 2019

No Woman’s Land: An Epic Journey Into Empathy

By // Theatre (Toronto)

“You only leave home if home is the mouth of a shark” This is one of the many hard truths about the refugee experience that No Woman’s Land asks its …

07 November 2017

ProArteDanza Season 2017

By // Theatre (Toronto)

The fourteenth season of ProArteDanza, on November 1-4 at Fleck Dance Theatre, Harbourfront Centre, offered 3 World Premieres by choreographers Kevin O’Day and Matjash Mrozewski. This season’s offerings are resonate …

04 May 2017

Radical System Art: Glory

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Glory, performed by Shay Kuebler’s company Radical System Art, hosted by DanceWorks at the Harbourfront Centre was a multi-media pleasure to take part in. The performance incorporated film in an …

27 January 2016

On Stage in TO: One Word One Acts

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Slip (Circlesnake Productions) High expectations are a tricky business. They’re why you should never rewatch an Oscar Best Picture winner, why everyone took the 2013 Jays season so hard, and …

12 March 2015

Take Two on vox:lumen– Let There Be Light

By // Theatre

It’s hard to know where to start in discussing vox:lumen, which opened at the Harbourfront Center’s World Stage last week. Do we being by talking about the show itself: a …

07 March 2015

vox:lumen – “Am I Reaching You?”

By // Theatre (Toronto)

The project that William Yong has undertaken with Zata Omm Dance Projects and an inspiring network of supporters is truly monumental. An experiment in sustainability of theatre (and artists), vox:lumen …

27 February 2015

More than One Lesson to Learn in The Object Lesson

By // Theatre (Toronto)

There really are not enough wonderful things to say about The Object Lesson, part of the World Stage series at Harbourfront Centre. I have not seen such an enchanting piece …

17 February 2015

The Cardinals– a beautiful, funny, biting critique of faith

By // Theatre (Toronto)

A Catholic Church cardinal comes on to the messy stage at the Harbourfront Studio Theatre. He shuffles around in the near darkness, comes to the front, and suddenly, looks out …

13 February 2015

Happy, Stupid, Ours

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Sheila: So it used to be that—so what happens in the play is there are these two families, the Oddis and the Sings. And they both have a twelve-year old …

14 February 2014

The Untitled Feminist Show

By // Theatre (Toronto)

The Untitled Feminist Show, by Young Jean Lee, is an hour of beautiful and thought-provoking movement. It’s an eclectic mixture of elements sifted together so that trying to pull it …

08 February 2014

The Radio Show

By // Theatre (Toronto)

You’ve got to check out The Radio Show. If you don’t have any idea what it’s about and walk into the theatre, you’d see the powerful unity of dance and …

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