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iPhoto caption: Photo courtesy of Good Old Neon.

REVIEW: With cuts, Dead Elephants could be a stunner of a play

There's a pearl of a play embedded somewhere in Dead Elephants, and with further workshopping, I'd be thrilled to see it again. But at its present length, I'm left craving a less arduous journey to the payoff of the play's final breaths.

By Aisling Murphy / Mar 10, 2024
iPhoto caption: Festival artwork by Mishiikenh Kwe.

Weesageechak Begins to Dance invites artists and audiences to explore newness together

Weesageechak Begins to Dance is the annual festival of new and innovative First Nations, Métis, and Inuit theatre, opening on November 6 at Native Earth Performing Arts.

By Robyn Grant-Moran / Nov 6, 2023

Mad Kitchen: Marjorie Chan’s (Microwaved) Home-Steamed Fish

“Early on, I decided, ‘Marjorie, don’t get miserable with food.’ Even if you’re feeling poor, if you need to eat, and you’re out, and you haven’t had time to prep or whatever, just eat.”

By Madeleine Brown / Sep 10, 2018