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(left to right) Jamie Robinson in a black t-shirt (photographed by John Bregar) and Walter Borden in a velvet jacket, lilac shirt and dotted cravat (photographed by Michael Meehan) smile towards the camera. The two men's headshots are superimposed over a poster for (Re)Casting Shakespeare in Canada: A Symposium. An image of Shakespeare's face is partially obscured by strips of red and yellow paper, as well as strands of white paper bearing classical text. iPhoto caption: (left to right) Jamie Robinson (original photo by John Bregar) and Walter Borden (original photo by Michael Meehan)

(Re)Casting the Shakespearean Mold: In Conversation with Jamie Robinson and Walter Borden

This is the heart of what (Re)Casting Shakespeare is about: examining how casting can influence the audience’s interpretation of the story.

By Jessica Watson / Apr 30, 2023
12 cast members on stage wearing flowy dresses and pants in whites, oranges, and greens. Hands spread out or together about their heads. iPhoto caption: Photo by Jeremy Mimnagh

REVIEW: Dance Nation at York University

Director Anita La Selva has clearly seen her fair share of reality show Dance Moms — and it's awesome.

By Aisling Murphy / Apr 1, 2023

REVIEW: Everybody at Theatre@York

You may not leave this production feeling any more certain about what happens when we die than you did when you arrived, but hey — you’ll have seen some young artists experimenting with their craft and you’ll have laughed doing so. Surely that makes the inevitability of death an easier pill to swallow.

By Aisling Murphy / Apr 1, 2022
A woman with dark hair in a white robe walking pensively through a lush, green meadow. iPhoto caption: Yasmine Amirkhani in 'nowhen.' Photo by John Lauener.

In Conversation with Alison Wong on ‘nowhen’

Justine Abigail Yu interviews Alison Wong on the creation and artistic significance of 'nowhen,' part of Canadian Stage's Dream in High Park programming.

By Justine Abigail Yu / Aug 15, 2021