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Buddies in Bad Times

erum khan iPhoto caption: Photo courtesy of Erum Khan.

Speaking in Draft: Erum Khan

"[Buddies] is full of so many tensions," says Khan. "It’s full of so much history. I’m trying not to go in naively in a way that’s like, ‘let’s revolutionize this place and radically shift it overnight.’"

By Nathaniel Hanula-James / Jun 18, 2024
iPhoto caption: Photo by Henry Chan Jr.

REVIEW: We Quit Theatre challenges existing narratives in its exploration of autofiction

The opposite of “quiet quitting,” this collection makes a joyful noise — and I don’t think anyone would want its creators to resign.

By Ilana Lucas / Feb 5, 2024

REVIEW: Theatre Rusticle’s Tempest goes gale-force in Act Two

As the production gradually unveils its splendours, the company’s impressive capacity for magic becomes clear.

By Liam Donovan / Jan 27, 2024

REVIEW: That Theatre Company’s Angels in America struggles to take flight

Considering how dangerous the play still feels on the page, the bottled-up nature of Craig Pike’s production left me disheartened.

By Liam Donovan / Dec 2, 2023