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Eve Beauchamp
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Eve Beauchamp

Eve Beauchamp (they/them) is an award-winning Ottawa theatre artist, playwright, and graduate of the BFA in acting at the University of Ottawa. They are the co-artistic director of Levity Theatre Company and primarily create work that explores queerness, capitalism, and neurodivergence through movement, humour, and poetry. Currently, you can find them working on their new play la•bel (being produced this November) and trying to learn how to crochet new clothes.

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iPhoto caption: Images courtesy of Canadian Stage.

At Canadian Stage’s 41st annual Dream in High Park, everyone is Hamlet

“There's something really democratic about outdoor theatre,” says Canadian Stage artistic director Brendan Healy. “Indoor theatre spaces are awesome, but they can sometimes be intimidating and limited. For many people, Dream in High Park is their one trip to the theatre that they do every year. For many young people, it’s their first experience of theatre.”

By Nathaniel Hanula-James
theresa cutknife iPhoto caption: Theresa Cutknife headshot by Dahlia Katz.

Speaking in Draft: Theresa Cutknife

“Of course, we all have to make money and make different sacrifices just to pay the bills, because this city is so horribly overpriced,” says Cutknife. “But why? Why do we have to suffer to feel like we’ve paid our dues to the industry?”

By Nathaniel Hanula-James
toronto fringe iPhoto caption: Two Fringers pose next to a wall of posters. Photo courtesy of Toronto Fringe.

Missing Toronto Fringe? Now’s your chance to make a difference

Following a successful festival, the Toronto Fringe continues to accept donations as part of its Tip the Fringe campaign.

By Aisling Murphy
iPhoto caption: Photos courtesy of the productions photographed. From L-R, top to bottom: 86 Me, Bus Stop, Rosamund, 1 Santosh Santosh 2 Go, Far-Flung Peoples, Death of a Starman, See You Tomorrow, Before We Go, and Gulp.

Toronto Fringe’s New Young Reviewers 2024 | Round Two

The second round of reviews from the Toronto Fringe's New Young Reviewers program is here!

By Toronto Fringe New Young Reviewers Program
the last timbit iPhoto caption: Photo by Dahlia Katz.

REVIEW: The Last Timbit is a surprisingly charming commercial gem

The Last Timbit, a show of snow and sweets, had a limited run at the Elgin Theatre in June and is getting a streaming release on Crave on August 12. I, for one, am more than curious to see how a wider audience will react.

By Andrea Perez
company of fools iPhoto caption: Photo by JVL Photography.

REVIEW: An unabashedly feminist Macbeth hits all the right notes in Ottawa

Kate Smith's pointed interpretation of the classic tragedy is a definite highlight and forecasts riveting things sure to be in store for Fools’ future programming.

By Eve Beauchamp