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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

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 David Hou

REVIEW: Women of the Fur Trade at the Stratford Festival

Louis Riel is SO dreamy. Tall. A little disheveled and unkempt, because he’s an introspective poet who’s busy fighting for social justice. And he wears glasses. He’s the total package.

By Robyn Grant-Moran / Jul 24, 2023

‘It’s More Difficult to Forget Something that Exists on a Permanent Record’: In Conversation with Tara Beagan and Andy Moro

“We acknowledge and embrace the power of theatre and still very much feel the way it can be medicine,” says Beagan. “But also we want people who have internet access, but not access to go to live theatre, to be able to see our work. That's really our big motivator.”

By Robyn Grant-Moran / Jun 15, 2023