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iPhoto caption: Photo by Dahlia Katz.

REVIEW: In Prophecy Fog, Jani Lauzon ceremonially reclaims the Giant Rock

We are as significant as a star and a stone. A star and a stone are as significant as us. With this logic, Lauzon breathes life into the Giant Rock and reclaims its existence and sacredness. 

By Eleanor Yuneun Park / Nov 18, 2023
Black and white images of Joelle Peters (left) and Tara Sky (right) set over an image of the Stratford Festival Theatre. Sky wears a long dress, while Peters wears layers of scarves and furs. Peters holds a teacup in her right hand, and hand emerging from the left side of the photo pours coffee into the cup from above. Original images of Peters and Sky by Ted Belton. iPhoto caption: Joelle Peters (left) and Tara Sky (right). Original images of Peters and Sky by Ted Belton.

Change for the Better: On Indigeneity at the Stratford Festival

Both [Sky and Peters] want to honour the Indigenous artists who have worked with the [Stratford] festival for years, quietly carving out space for public and visual representation.

By Robyn Grant-Moran / Aug 4, 2023
iPhoto caption: Photo by Jeremy Mimnagh

REVIEW: Armadillos at Factory Theatre

Tough skin, soft belly: it makes sense Colleen Wagner has named her latest play after such a selectively vulnerable creature.

By Aisling Murphy / Jun 13, 2023
iPhoto caption: Original photo by Dahlia Katz.

REVIEW: Where the Blood Mixes at Soulpepper

See this show. Revel in an extraordinary cast, a breathtaking set. Cry, laugh, listen.

By Aisling Murphy / Jun 8, 2022