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REVIEW: On the Other Side of the Sea toys with human desires and fears

The absurdist, magical play follows the unexpected relationship between an idealistic fisherman and a stubborn businesswoman. 

By Zoe Marin / Feb 16, 2024
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Aluna Theatre brings acclaimed Salvadoran drama On the Other Side of the Sea to The Theatre Centre

Winner of Havana’s prestigious Casa de las Américas Prize for drama in 2010, On the Other Side of the Sea examines identity — not as a cultural construct, but as existential angst.

By Liam Donovan / Feb 2, 2024
Claren Grosz standing in dim lighting with a project behind her, holding a lit lighter in the foreground before her face. iPhoto caption: Photo by Fran Chudnoff

REVIEW: I love the smell of gasoline at Nightwood Theatre/Pencil Kit Productions/Aluna Theatre

I love the smell of gasoline is that rare creature with heart, charm, and relatability well beyond the parameters of the performer’s own life.

By Aisling Murphy / Mar 14, 2023

REVIEW: Rubble at Theatre Passe Muraille/Aluna Theatre

All told, Rubble’s a chance to experience some gorgeous poetry and reflect on the real, all-too-relevant human rights crisis which continues to unfold along the Gaza Strip.

By Aisling Murphy / Mar 7, 2023