Month: December 2017

14.1 Bonus Feature: Preeti Dhaliwal reads her poem “Re-embodying Jurisprudence”

In her contribution to alt.theatre 14.1, Preeti Dhaliwal uses theatre, poetry, and performative writing to explore how law lives in the body and how we embody law. Because “Re-embodying Jurisprudence” brings together theory and artistic practice in such a… Read More

Editorial: Protest and Performance

by Michelle MacArthur “I see what he’s done as art. I believe that art is seeing the world that doesn’t exist. A lot of people excel at creativity—making TV, movies, painting, writing books—but you can be an artist… Read More

Issue 14.1

What’s in this issue? Editorial – Protest and Performance by Michelle MacArthur Mariel Belanger travels through time Lina de Guevara creates dialogue between immigrant communities and the police Preeti Dhaliwal re-embodies jurisprudence Priya Nair checks into The Refugee Hotel Joyce Boro and Fiona… Read More

REVIEW: Pawâkan Macbeth’s Call for Reconciliation Spans Time, Language, and Place

Edmonton, Alberta Connor Meeker reviews Pawâkan Macbeth: A Cree Tragedy, a co-production between Akpik Theatre and Theatre Prospero of Reneltta Arluk’s adaptation of the Shakespearean tragedy: Adapting one of the Bard’s swiftest and punchiest plays, Theatre Prospero and Akpik Theatre’s… Read More

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