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REVIEW: Sea Wall at Assembly Theatre is magnificent – and soul-destroying

Jamie Cavanagh offers a magnificent performance as Alex, bringing unimaginable depth to Simon Stephens' monologue.

By Aisling Murphy / Sep 25, 2023
iPhoto caption: Photo by Dahlia Katz

REVIEW: The Seagull at Soulpepper

Paolo Santalucia’s Konstantin is startlingly complex, a roof-shaking performance.

Apr 17, 2023

Laying The Seagull at Soulpepper’s Feet: In Conversation With Daniel Brooks

"I look to the theatre [as] something that actually takes me away from the moment, for a moment. Not escapism — perspective."

By Ryan Borochovitz / Apr 11, 2023

How to Return Home: Blindness by Simon Stephens

As in-person Toronto theatre slowly re-opens, Intermission’s Editors will be sharing personal reflections on the realities of being back in the theatre. These are not criticisms or reviews. They are not blog posts. They are memories of being caught in the middle of a theatre renaissance. They are an archive. They are history.

By Aisling Murphy / Aug 7, 2021