Martin Morrow

Martin Morrow is a Toronto-based theatre critic and arts journalist, and a two-time winner of the Nathan Cohen Award for excellence in critical writing. A frequent, long-time contributor to The Globe and Mail, he also writes occasionally for Toronto Life, The Stage (U.K.), Critical Stages and other publications. In the past, he’s been a film and theatre columnist for The Grid, an arts producer at the CBC and chief theatre critic for the Calgary Herald. He is also the author of Wild Theatre: The History of One Yellow Rabbit (Banff Centre Press).

Spotlight: Seana McKenna

The recipient of an Order of Canada and winner of a clutch of theatre awards — not to mention a mountain of critical bouquets — during her four decades onstage, Seana McKenna is routinely referred to as one of the country’s finest actors. But she refuses to coast on her reputation.