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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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REVIEW: Loss at Luminato Festival/Theatre Centre

In truth, watching Loss feels less like seeing a “show” and more like experiencing a poem performed.

By Mae Smith / Jun 21, 2023

REVIEW: L-E-A-K at Sara Porter Productions/Theatre Centre

A mix of dance, spoken word, and multimedia components, the often lighthearted nature of L-E-A-K’s composition evokes the delicate seafoam at the ocean’s surface more than the deep, dense waters below it.

By Martin Austin / May 24, 2023

REVIEW: First Métis Man of Odesa at Punctuate! Theatre/Theatre Centre

First Métis Man of Odesa captures how the fates of two people are entwined into global events larger than life, and how one cannot exist without the other.

By Liliia Smichenko / Apr 5, 2023