Month: July 2017

Editorial: The Feminist Killjoy Goes to the Theatre

by Michelle MacArthur “What is the power of anger, I wondered? What can come of it?” -Editor-in-Chief, Michelle MacArthur After the American election, I, like many others, experienced a flare-up of feminist rage. This was not my usual… Read More

In a detour from our usual reviews of plays, Anna Lytvynova profiles Lemon Bucket Orkestra

Active Folklore and Cultural Revolution: Lemon Bucket Orkestra drums out for peace http://www.lemonbucket.com Upcoming Performances: July 28 – Camp Summerdaze – King City, ON August 4 – Rimouski, QC August 8 – Edinburgh, UK November 9 – Richmond… Read More

In Sundry Languages a Feast for the Ears

Toronto Laboratory Theatre’s In Sundry Languages NB: 3 chances left to catch it at Toronto Fringe!!! Reviewed by Heather Fitzsimmons Frey Date reviewed: July 8, 2017 Remaining Run: July 13 at 5:15 pm, July 14 at noon, July… Read More

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