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REVIEW: On the Other Side of the Sea toys with human desires and fears

The absurdist, magical play follows the unexpected relationship between an idealistic fisherman and a stubborn businesswoman. 

By Zoe Marin / Feb 16, 2024
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Aluna Theatre brings acclaimed Salvadoran drama On the Other Side of the Sea to The Theatre Centre

Winner of Havana’s prestigious Casa de las Américas Prize for drama in 2010, On the Other Side of the Sea examines identity — not as a cultural construct, but as existential angst.

By Liam Donovan / Feb 2, 2024
Production photos from Monster and Here Lies Henry at Factory Theatre iPhoto caption: Photos by Dahlia Katz

REVIEW: Monster and Here Lies Henry offer truth, lies, and divine stage action

A pair of one-man plays by Daniel MacIvor, now playing at Factory Theatre, explore what it means to watch.

By Liam Donovan / Dec 5, 2023

REVIEW: Wildfire at Factory Theatre

Wildfire’s content and its structure are tangled such that explaining either in too much detail will spoil the other.

By Aisling Murphy / Jun 4, 2022