Tag: Savannah Walling

Volume 12: Who Made It Happen?

“I continue to believe in the importance of this journal… projects like alt.theatre 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

Issue 12.4: Community Arts and (De)Colonization: Part Two

“This issue is the second in alt.theatre’s two part-project, “Community Arts and “(De) Colonization”. In these issues, we are exploring questions and themes coming out of Train of Thought, the national travelling community arts project that took place… Read More

Issue 10.1: Cultural Narratives in Theatre 2012

Volume 10, Issue 1: November 2012 The first issue compiled by Editor-in-Chief, Nikki Shaffeeullah. Articles in this issue include: Daniel David Moses on Factory Theatre’s 2011 remount of Tomson Highway’s The Rez Sisters, Stuart Wright talks to Curtis Peeteetuce… Read More

Issue 9.4: How We Talk About Cultural Diversity in Theatre 2012

Volume 9, Issue 4: June 2012 Articles in this issue include: Nikki Shaffeeullah on the conversation from Puente Theatre’s symposium Sharing the Legacy: Embracing Diversity and the Practice of Inclusive Theatre in a Changing Society, Floyd Favel describes a community’s… Read More

Issue 7.3: When Politics Gets Personal 2010

Volume 7, Issue 3: March 2010 Articles in this issue include: a Guest Editorial by Rahul Varma, Martin Faucher on the current Canadian government’s policies on the arts, Karis Shearer on Andre Brassard’s Montreal, French-language production of Tomson Highway’s… Read More

Issue 7.2: Political and Emotional Power of Theatre 2009

Volume 7, Issue 2: December 2009 Articles in this issue include: Samer Al-Saber explores the political and emotional power of theatre through Sahmatah – a play that faces head-on the 1948 catastrophe of Palestine on a very personal level,… Read More

Issue 5.4: Contrary to Public Policy 2008

Volume 5, Issue 4: June 2008 Articles in this issue include: Stephanie Knight on Shanakht: The Search for a Lost Identity, Rosa Laborde grapples with the conflict between our political ideals and our human desire for pleasure, Savannah Walling… Read More

Issue 5.2: Habitual Thought in a Theatre of Intervention 2007

Volume 5, Issue 2: May 2007 Articles in this issue include: Guillaume Bernadi considers how two new works by Canadian artists play with tradition to subvert notions of gender, Megan Macdonald reflects on the issue of human rights… Read More

Issue 3.4: Art and Social Action 2005

Volume 3, Issue 4: March 2005 “The writers in this issue are all concerned with art’s role in furthering public discourse around diversity. They write about consciousness-raising and demystification, social justice and resistance, censorship and self-censorship. They also… Read More

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