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Justine Abigail Yu

In Conversation: Carolyn Fe, Chloé Hung, and Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster

Three Women of Swatow is, at its core, a deep dive into the­ legacy of abuse, the power of inherited trauma, and a journey across generations and oceans – all with the promise of blood, and lots of it.

By Justine Abigail Yu / Mar 14, 2020
iPhoto caption: Always Still the Dawn is a double bill of radical works that aim to examine themes of femininity, family, and rebellion. Photo by Olla Ky.

In Conversation: With the Women Creators of Canadian Stage’s 2019-2020 Season

The women creators of Canadian Stage's 2019 - 2020 discuss the new season, and what unique story each production tells in terms of Indigenous communities, the #metoo movement, and gender dynamics.

By Justine Abigail Yu / Nov 21, 2019
iPhoto caption: Karen Ancheta in HILOT MEANS HEALER. Photo by Sameera Khan.

In Conversation: Cast & Crew of HILOT MEANS HEALER

The cast and crew of HILOT MEANS HEALER discuss the show, and the creative community bonds between Filipinx and Turtle Island Indigenous communities.

By Justine Abigail Yu / Nov 8, 2019
iPhoto caption: Nelson Mandela addresses South Africans for the first time after his release from prison, from the balcony of the City Hall on the Grand Parade, Cape Town. Photo by Chris Ledochowski.

The Spirit of Mandela: Continuing the Fight for Freedom

"There is a deep history between Nelson Mandela and Toronto. It was so important for this exhibit to come to Toronto and for the people here to have a chance to see it, interact with it, and really remember Mandela and what he stood for in terms of equity, equality, and diversity.”

By Justine Abigail Yu / Oct 6, 2019