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A man and woman stand on a purply lit stage. They are facing away from the camera, looking at walls decorated in street art. iPhoto caption: Photo by Brendan McMurtry-Howlett

REVIEW: X and da Spirit at Theatre Passe Muraille

Conveying radical joys and doubtful solitudes with equal parts humour and humility, Hayden shatters the fourth wall with unmatched clarity and intention.

By Martin Austin / Feb 20, 2023

It’s a Beautiful Day for Brunch and to Arrest the Cops That Killed Breonna Taylor

Carly Anna Billings and Patrick Teed describe the inspiration for their upcoming Hamilton Fringe show on toxic wokeness and its implications within an anti-Black world.

By Carly Anna Billings, , Patrick Teed / Jul 13, 2021

Phase Three, Good Philosophy, and Phallic Portraits

What’s the difference between a Canadian actor and a Canadian Sex worker?

By Tony Nappo / Sep 1, 2020

Star Fuckers, Serial Monogamists, and Anal Sex Anonymous

Most people who proudly identify as “serial monogamists” remind me of puppies. They’re fun for about three or four months and then people start getting tired of their shit.

By Tony Nappo / Aug 11, 2020