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/kärt blänSH/ [noun] complete freedom to act as one wishes

welcome to carte blanche. this is a free space, let’s call it that.

By Bahia Watson / Aug 3, 2020
iPhoto caption: Frank Cox O'Connell and Amelia Sargisson in The Millennial Malcontent. Photo by Cylla von Tiedemann

Restoration Remix: The Pleasure and Pain of Self-Performance

The Restoration period, and therefore its theatre, too, is punctilious in the codification of identity performance.

By Amelia Sargisson / Mar 24, 2017
iPhoto caption: Father Comes Home From The Wars, Soulpepper. Photo by Cylla von Tiedemann

Where is Freedom, Really?

Father Comes Home From the Wars was finally an opportunity to learn from, play opposite, and create with different generations of Canada’s black theatre artists.

By Peter Fernandes / Aug 15, 2016