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REVIEW: Jasmine Case astonishes as a wordless slave in Young People’s Theatre’s Truth

Truth is a must-see for children and parents wanting to learn more about the American Civil War and all the baggage it implies.

By Aisling Murphy / Feb 5, 2024
Man kneeling on stage looking up into spotlight in ragged clothes, surrounded by several people standing and kneeling around him, arms extended into the air. iPhoto caption: Photo by Dahlia Katz

REVIEW: Of the Sea at Obsidian Theatre/Tapestry Opera/TO Live

Of The Sea  is more than just refreshing — the production is critical to creating change in the Canadian operatic world.

By Tessa Maki / Mar 30, 2023

REVIEW: our place at Cahoots/Theatre Passe Muraille

This is a courageous play with bite and occasional snarl, and it could not be more timely.

By Aisling Murphy / Nov 25, 2022

Theatre Passe Muraille Announces Their Eclectic, Stirring 2022-23 Season

Theatre Passe Muraille has just announced their first full season since 2019, and the offerings for 2022-23 are eclectic, soul-stirring, and extremely exciting.

By Jessica Watson / Jul 28, 2022