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REVIEW: Yes, Bad Roads is hard to watch – that’s the point

Bad Roads is ultimately a play about looking and listening. It’s about trying (and sometimes failing) to be a witness when the world refuses to offer easy answers. It’s certainly not a fun night at the theatre, but if you have the stomach for it, it’s one that’s worthy of your focused, active attention.

By Ryan Borochovitz / Nov 12, 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
Black and white photo of a man, overlaid with digital cuts of blue and yellow distorting the image. iPhoto caption: Image by Andrew Kushnir

Why Is Canadian Theatre So Russian Right Now?

Canada boasts the second largest Ukrainian diaspora in the world — second only to Russia, in fact. Why hasn’t this diaspora been met by our theatre scene in what is arguably its greatest moment of need?

By Andrew Kushnir / Feb 24, 2023

United for Ukraine Brings Acclaimed Artists to Toronto’s Meridian Hall for a Cause

All of the net proceeds from this event will be donated to the Canada-Ukraine Foundation to help them in their mission of providing aid to those affected by the war in Ukraine.

By Jessica Watson / Apr 14, 2022