Digital Issue 13.3

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Digital Issue 13.2

Back to School Sherry Bie and Jill Carter draw on Indigenous practices in their musing on the act of “midwifing” stories through the re-worlding process of recover, mourning, dreaming, commitment, and action. Makram (Matt) Ayache and Franco Saccucci reflect on the… Read More

Digital Issue 13.1

Between Art and Activism The International Federation for Theatre Research‘s “Queer Futures” working group responds to the shooting in an LGBTQI nightclub in Orlando, Florida, on June 12, which cost 49 queer people their lives. John Kim Bell shares… Read More

Digital Issue 12.4

Community Arts and (De)Colonization: Part Two Train of Thought was an evolving community arts journey exploring collaborations and alliances between First Nations and settler/immigrant artists and communities, produced by Jumblies Theatre and over 90 other partners in 2015.

Digital Issue 12.3

Community Arts and (De)Colonization: Part One Train of Thought was an evolving community arts journey exploring collaborations and alliances between First Nations and settler/immigrant artists and communities, produced by Jumblies Theatre and over 90 other partners in 2015.

Digital Issue 12.2

Storytelling Across Generations Ben Gorodetsky and Todd Houseman share travel logs and reflections from a research trip Menka Nagrani reflects on a process of contemporizing traditional Quebecois art forms on the modern stage to revive lost Quebecois identity…. Read More

Digital Issue 12.1

Starving Artists, Global Empathy, Radical performance Pedgagogy, and More Matt Jones examines how three recent Canadian-produced plays about the War on Terror attempt to reproduce the lived experience of the “other”. Simon Bloom on Canada’s first-ever online community-based… Read More

Digital Issue 11.4

Biculturalism and Blackface Articles in this issue include: Jane Heather and Tony Hall related Trinidadian Carnival to popular theatre, decolonization, and freedom, Allison Leadley explores how Toronto artist jes sache’s work challenges negative preconceptions surrounding the disabled subject,… Read More

Digital Issue 11.3

(Dis) ability, Diversity and Performance Articles in this issue include: Kuicai Kong’s examination of Li Ning’s theatrical work explores how violence, pain and pleasure are inscribed by modern China’s political and economic apparatus on the body, Ashley McAskill… Read More

Digital Issue 11.2

Occupation, Reconciliation and Social Impact Will Weigler shares stories of Victoria’s From the Heart – a community-based immersion theatre project that facilitated creative space for self-decolonization, Diane Conrad shares her experience at the Corporations in our Heads event,… Read More

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