Tag: Michelle MacArthur

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

Issue 13.2: Back to School

What’s in this issue? 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… Read More

Editorial: Back to School

by Michelle MacArthur “If we do not prioritize racialized students—and Indigenous students, and LGBTQ students, and women students—then we perpetuate the status quo in our post-secondary institutions and in Canadian theatre more broadly.” -Michelle MacArthur, Issue 13.2 Three… Read More

Reality Checks and Balances

by Michelle MacArthur “Ask yourself: Are you just a cog in this machine, or are you ready for actual change?” -Catherine Hernandez, Issue 13.1 In late January 2016, Toronto’s Canadian Stage Company announced its 2016-17 season, which the… Read More

Issue 13.1: Between Art and Activism

What’s in this issue? 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

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 alt.theatre 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 alt.theatre 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

Issue 9.3: The Bits That Don’t Quite Fit! 2012

Volume 9, Issue 3: March 2012 Articles in this issue include: Editorial of Editor-in-Chief Edward Little, The Bits that Don’t Quite Fit, Seth Soulstein on using the Vancouver Stanley Cup riots as a staring point to explore how both individuals… Read More

Issue 6.3: The Iconoclastic Imperative 2009

Volume 6, Issue 3: March 2009 Articles in this issue include: Louise Forsyth examines the 1976 Quebec play La nef des sorcières, Jennifer Capraru looks at the potential healing power of creative energy, Michelle MacArthur analyzes the role of… Read More

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