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women of Shakespeare

In Conversation: Graham Abbey

"I used to recite Shakespeare in my spare time. I was a strange child."

Interview by Maija Kappler / Feb 3, 2017
iPhoto caption: Mikaela Davies as Katharine (left) and the Dauphin (right)

Female Kings

I couldn’t just put on a moustache and hope for the best. I was having my professional Shakespeare debut as the Dauphin of France at the fucking Stratford Festival of Canada.

By Mikaela Davies / Sep 15, 2016
Shakespeare in the Ruff Romeo and Juliet iPhoto caption: Photo by Cylla von Tiedemann

What’s in a Name? What’s in a Label?

I am revelling in Romeo. I have discovered there is a part of me that is unafraid to take up space.

By Vivien Endicott-Douglas / Aug 29, 2016

Spotlight: Krystin Pellerin

"After a day of rehearsal as Lady Macbeth I’m craving chicken hearts, drafts of blood, and things like that.”

By Richard Ouzounian / Jun 2, 2016