SummerWorks Round-Up: Cassandra Silver reviews 6 shows closing this weekend in Toronto

  Review: White Man’s Indian presents a new take on the coming-of-age narrative Darla Contois’ tour-de-force writing and performance are supported by some of the most polished design and staging that I have seen at SummerWorks this year…. Read More

The Merchant, and the Women, of Venice

In a first for, a dynamic duo takes on a review! Here Marie Horgan and Eric Danis share their impressions of Bard on the Beach’s production of Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice The Show: The Merchant of Venice The… 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 Upcoming Performances: July 28 – Camp Summerdaze – King City, ON August 4 – Rimouski, QC August 8 – Edinburgh, UK November 9 – Richmond… Read More

Volume 12: Who Made It Happen?

“I continue to believe in the importance of this journal… projects like persist as indispensable sites for centering—and celebrating—people, communities, experiences, and stories that have been for so long relegated to the margins.” – Editor-in-Chief, Nikki Shaffeeullah… Read More

Announcing Our 2016-17 Editorial Year!

We’re only a few weeks away from releasing the first issue in our 2016-17 editorial year (Volume 13—p.s, have you subscribed?) The first issue, 13.1, will be a very special issue for magazine, as it’s the first issue… Read More

Meet Our New Editors: Michelle MacArthur, Sarah Waisvisz & Aaron Franks

There’s a new Editorial Team for magazine! We’re proud to present our new Editor-in-Chief and Associate Editors. All three bring a unique perspective to cultural diversity and the stage. Let us introduce: Michelle MacArthur, Editor-in-Chief Based out… Read More

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