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The curious case of the embedded critic

Intermission's senior editor Aisling Murphy reflects on her time as an embedded critic with the cast and creative team of The Exhale, a new play by Lisa Alves about polyamory, queerness¦and air conditioners.

By Aisling Murphy / Mar 22, 2024
iPhoto caption: Photo by Foreshots Photography.

REVIEW: Cahoots Theatre’s Sweeter balances sunshine and rain

Wholly, Sweeter balances the rain and the sunshine, but doesn’t necessarily contrive its characters into blind optimism. It’s a narrative that allows for darkness and grief, and declares that it is okay to not be okay.

By Andrea Perez / Dec 13, 2023

John Mulaney, Getting Old, and Serious Concerns

I don't have answers. Just a lot of serious fucking concerns.

By Tony Nappo / Sep 28, 2021

Cat’s in the Cradle and a Car Ride

These new Canadian government snitch lines are getting a little out of hand. Three cops came to my door last week and took away my World’s Greatest Lover coffee mug. I mean, that shit is fairly subjective, no?

By Tony Nappo / Jun 30, 2020