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REVIEW: The Supine Cobbler is a hilarious, deeply intimate trip to the abortion clinic at GCTC

The play is strange, which is a loving compliment to Connell’s playwriting, but also entirely familiar; the space used feels endless, a testament to how malleable the play is and the strength of Pearlman’s direction.

By Amira Benjamin / Sep 30, 2023

The Supine Cobbler is an abortion play that ‘negotiates integrity in a lawless world’ at GCTC

“This play is really interesting, because whatever you think it is, it's not going to be that," says actor Maryse Fernandes.

By Eve Beauchamp / Sep 18, 2023
iPhoto caption: Photo by Justin Van Leeuwen.

REVIEW: Hamlet at A Company of Fools (Ottawa)

The Fools’ Hamlet is queer just as much as it is comedic; not by nature, but by clever choice.

By Eve Beauchamp / Jul 15, 2023