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REVIEW: The Yellow Wallpaper at Bygone Theatre

Bygone Theatre’s mandate is to create historical pieces with a vintage aesthetic, and in this production its mandate shines.

By Sophie Bouey / Mar 17, 2023

REVIEW: A Grimm Night at TranscenDance

Once upon a time on Queen Street West, there was an immersive dance experience presented by the TranscenDance Project.

By Aisling Murphy / Apr 17, 2022

What to Expect at…Outside the March

Looking for information about your favourite theatres? We've got you covered! Intermission's Insider Intel articles showcase one theatre at a time to give you all the information you need before your visit.

By Jessica Watson / Nov 12, 2021

Into the Unknown: In Conversation with DLT’s Daniele Bartolini

“We need to re-establish a dialogue with our spectators. We need to establish a creative dialogue with them. The community of spectators and artists need to be together and have an exchange. It’s about bringing people outside, and making people safe, of course, but leading them to the threshold, to let go, to walk towards the unknown.”

By Aisling Murphy / Nov 7, 2021