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REVIEW: GCTC’s Benevolence transports audiences to the dark humour of small-town Quebec

Benevolence is a great example of GCTC’s strengths as a company; it is moving, polished, and enjoyable for just about anyone.

By Eve Beauchamp / Dec 11, 2023
iPhoto caption: Photo by Mathieu Taillardas.

REVIEW: Filles du Roi is an entertaining, thoughtful reappraisal of French Canadian history

Sébastien Bertrand takes these women out of the symbolic realm, giving them fully formed identities.

By Gabrielle Marceau / Nov 4, 2023

REVIEW: Bâtardes at Theatre Passe Muraille

Chloé and Jade have created a “patchwork blanket” of their identity, and it’s a feast for the senses, vibrant and textured.

By Aisling Murphy / May 30, 2022

“A Big Patchwork Blanket Stuck to the Skin”: In Conversation with Bâtardes ’ Chloé and Jade Barshee

No, she’s never been to Tibet, no, she doesn’t speak the language, yes, she’s from Quebec.

By Marie-Ève Melley / May 28, 2022