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REVIEW: Two Minutes to Midnight at Assembly Theatre

The setting? An unnamed budget resort. The scenario? The end of the world. The project? A play which has finally, thankfully, come to excellent fruition.

By Aisling Murphy / Apr 13, 2022

The First Next Stage 2022 New Young Reviewers Roundup

Led by Signy Lynch and Stephanie Fung, the New Young Reviewers Program is a workshop series and writing group for emerging theatre and performance reviewers across Canada.

By Toronto Fringe New Young Reviewers Program / Jan 19, 2022

Bingo Halls, Beatles Documentaries, and Land Acknowledgments

So glad to hear that poor-ass, backwoods, racist motherfuckers — who are dumb enough to actually film themselves in the act — still aren’t allowed to murder innocent people of colour in the United States. So there's that, at least.

By Tony Nappo / Dec 7, 2021
iPhoto caption: Jewelle Blackman as Fate in Hadestown.

As If By Fate: Returning to Hell and Re-Opening Hadestown

Broadway actor Jewelle Blackman reflects on the strange and sentimental reality of returning to Hadestown after the pandemic.

By Jewelle Blackman / Nov 18, 2021