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REVIEW: In 3 Fingers Back, Donna-Michelle St. Bernard explores the extremes of war

3 Fingers Back ain't no regular play about war. We don't see or hear the destruction of the land or the cry of the people. Instead, Donna-Michelle (DM) St. Bernard's double bill of plays is more intimate, an inward crawl to what she calls the repetitive stress patterns that constitute the world.

By Aisha Lesley Bentham / Mar 14, 2024
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Decolonizing Theatre Practice as a Playwright and Performer: A Conversation with Yolanda Bonnell

Institutions want to make us feel like they are doing us a favour by inviting us into their space… But I think that we have way more power to challenge these systems and institutions.

By Sanchari Sur / Feb 24, 2020

Clearing a Path for Indigenous Artists

“I think in a lot of ways we’re trying to clear a path, making this a place that feels more accessible to Indigenous artists.”

By May Antaki / Oct 12, 2017