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Canadians working abroad

The Importance of Intersectionality in Theatre and Beyond

If we can understand the world in terms of intersectionality, can we not achieve great things through that lens, as opposed to thinking, we have to be inclusive – because inclusive of what and for whom?

Interview by Jessica Watson, Video by Jill Harper / May 28, 2021
iPhoto caption: Eve Best and Clive Owen in Roundabout Theatre's production of Our Times (2015). Photo by Joan Marcus.

The Understudy

Every working actor on Broadway nods conspiratorially when you say you’re “covering” for another actor.

By Carly Street / Feb 8, 2017
iPhoto caption: Fix & Foxy's A Doll's House. Photo by Per Morten Abrahamsen

Foreign and Familiar

Even if Canada has a higher volume of contemporary French plays, our reliance on old translations of classic texts is troubling.

By Lucy Rose Coren / Dec 5, 2016

In Case We Disappear in Edinburgh

Edinburgh is the largest arts festival in the world. I went on my own, to survive it.

By Vanessa Smythe / Sep 1, 2016