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07 April 2017

Nominee Interview Series: Katherine Gauthier

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Before we announce the winners of the 2016 MyTheatre Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. Soulpepper Academy grad Katherine Gauthier had the role of her career thus far …

06 April 2017

Nominee Interview Series: Lorenzo Savoini

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Before we announce the winners of the 2016 MyTheatre Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. Soulpepper Director of Design Lorenzo Savoini is a two–time MyTheatre Award winner and …

02 February 2017

Huntington Revamps Ibsen’s A Doll’s House

By // Theatre (Boston)

As the curtain went up on A Doll’s House, I was instantly pleased and very impressed by James Noone’s set design. The Huntington Theatre Company so often errs on the …

14 September 2016

Stratford’s 2016 Modern Drama

By // Theatre

All My Sons This Arthur Miller drama feels a-typical for the company that’s made its name on Shakespeare and its money on musicals. Though modern drama isn’t Stratford’s usual racket, …

20 October 2015

A New Enemy of the People

By // Theatre (Toronto)

An Enemy of the People was originally an Ibsen play that has been translated by Maria Milisavljevic and adapted by Florian Borchmeyer then staged by Tarragon artistic director Richard Rose with …

09 October 2014

On Stage in TO: Fall Drama

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Enemy of the People: an open forum Florian Borchmeyer’s modern adaptation of the Ibsen play An Enemy of the People (translated by Maria Milisavljevic) attempts to instill the 1882 play …

02 September 2012

At the Shaw: Hedda Gabler

By // Theatre

The Shaw Festival’s Hedda Gabler is good but not exceptional, and with a text as brilliant as Ibsen’s that’s not uncommon but always a little disappointing. The legendary Martha Henry’s …

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