The In-Between playwright Marcus Youssef and director Mike Payette on truth, technology, xenophobia and creating theatre smart enough for teenagers.
Our critic calls Blackout, which explores the Concordia Computer Riots, “an ambitious portrait of fury” and a “triumphant work of art.”
“As a theatre artist, it just makes sense to explore the thing that scares you,” says Elsewhere playwright and performer Joy Ross-Jones.
We spoke to Campbell about the twisted story behind his play, on this month at the Centaur.
Women aged 16-21 with an interest in theatre as an art form, a profession and a community can (and should) apply to Imago Theatre’s free mentorship program.
In which local “professional piss-taker” Joe Bagel claps back at Elon Musk in iambic pentameter.
An altogether glowing review of Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story, which closes next Wednesday.
So grateful to no longer be a teen, Oren Safdie delves into sex, lies and high school in latest work, Gratitude.
A Doll’s House, Part 2 is a strange and wonderful thing, a kinetic drama about the aftermath of one of the most famous exits in theatre history.
Acts to Grind Theatre makes an interesting and bold choice to stage David Mamet’s masterwork at a time where Mamet might be the least relevant he’s ever been.