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Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf

IndieUnite: Storefront’s Next Chapter

“This is not a time for us to be upset or dejected. This happens to theatre companies all the time. This is an opportunity for evolution.” – Benjamin Blais

By May Antaki / Jan 5, 2017

Performing and Parenting: Growing Up with Artist Parents

What was it like to grow up with theatre artists as parents, and then make the choice to get into it yourself? Tyrone Savage and Tanya Rintoul tell all.

By Courtney Ch'ng Lancaster, Illustration by Kris Noelle / Dec 9, 2016

Trash, Murvish, and Edward Albee

Such is the power of Albee’s words over me. I am still and always will be afraid of Virginia Woolf. But I also know I’m not alone in that fear.

By Tony Nappo / Sep 21, 2016