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When the Playwright Goes Prose: In Conversation with Haley McGee

My process with solo shows involves sharing bits of text with audiences when I don’t really know where it’s going, or how it’s going to end. I’m pivoting myself to the responses from the audience — I sniff out where I want to go, and how I want to shape the piece. Through creating solo shows, I discovered how much I love this direct, unfettered relationship with an audience.

By Aisling Murphy / Mar 3, 2022

It’s Not Me, It’s You — Unless It’s Me

If Canadian Theatre were to say, "it's not you, it's me," it would be true. But has that line ever actually made anyone feel better?

By Julia Lederer / Nov 26, 2021
iPhoto caption: Jewelle Blackman as Fate in Hadestown.

As If By Fate: Returning to Hell and Re-Opening Hadestown

Broadway actor Jewelle Blackman reflects on the strange and sentimental reality of returning to Hadestown after the pandemic.

By Jewelle Blackman / Nov 18, 2021