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It’s Not Me, It’s You — Unless It’s Me

If Canadian Theatre were to say, "it's not you, it's me," it would be true. But has that line ever actually made anyone feel better?

By Julia Lederer / Nov 26, 2021
iPhoto caption: Central image credit: Bunker Theatre, London, UK.

Faking orgasms and making eye contact: exploring intimacy in the digital theatre space

No one talks about vaginismus, a medical condition that makes penetrative sex extremely painful. No one talks about it on stage, either. Rebecca Orstroff details her experience doing both—over Zoom.

By Rebecca Ostroff / May 7, 2021
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The Case for Accepting Unsolicited Scripts

That my play was even considered by a theatre I had no prior relationship with now seems like a tremendous luxury.

By Kevin Shea / Apr 19, 2018
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Rewriting Shakespeare

It would have been a big enough task to write using the common parlance of today, but my youthful arrogance made me want to write the play in verse.

By Vian Andrews / Apr 15, 2017