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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

REVIEW: Hamlet at Stratford Festival

It’s fun (even though it's a tragedy), easy to follow, and overall, the performances keep the production alive and energetic without sacrificing truth and objective for speed and volume.

By Jessica Watson / Jun 29, 2022
Death and the King's Horseman Promotional image iPhoto caption: Getty/Soulpepper Theatre Company.

Let Me Pass This Song to You

I will be with you, listening with you. It's not something you can do alone.

By Magda "isi bhakhomen" Uculmana-Falcon, , Espoir Segbeaya / Jun 22, 2021
iPhoto caption: Illustration by Marie Chouinard

REVIEW: Marie Chouinard’s Time for time

After catching two performances of Québécoise choreographic legend Marie Chouinard’s new work, I’m still struggling to figure out exactly what it is and what, if anything, it says about the direction of our field.

By Chris Dupuis / Oct 7, 2020