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REVIEW: Otîhêw at Shakespeare in Action

A volcanic eruption and violent colonial expansion has turned the world upside down. Without sun and moon, the realities of famine and smallpox unleash new fears that threaten to unravel the fabric of community.

By Robyn Grant-Moran / Aug 9, 2023
iPhoto caption: Photo by Kaytee Dalton

REVIEW: Niizh at Native Earth Performing Arts

Peters’ play has all the hallmarks of a good rom-com: all the cheese, all the heart, all the stakes.

By Aisling Murphy / Apr 23, 2023

What’s On the Menu at the Festival of Ideas and Creation? In Conversation: Tawiah Ben M’carthy

Festival director and curator Tawiah M'carthy discusses the Festival of Ideas and Creation, a three-day artist festival and colloquium focused on artistic intercultural collaboration and exchange at Canadian Stage.

By Stephen Low / Feb 27, 2020