Tag: Storytelling

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

alt.ernative Directions

By Nikki Shaffeeullah 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… Read More

Issue 12.3: Community Arts and (De)Colonization: Part One

“The unanswered questions, ongoing conversations, evolving relationships, and other conflicts that inspired and were inspired by Train of Thought all resonate with urgency, and are all deeply relevant to alt.theatre’s focus on the intersections of politics, cultural diversity,… Read More

Storytelling across Generations

by Nikki Shaffeeullah How do we tell stories across generations? How do we do it unconsciously? And in what ways should we do it intentionally? These are the key questions that seem to be occupying the minds of the… Read More

Issue 12.2: Storytelling Across Generations

What’s in this issue? 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… Read More

Issue 10.3: Gender & Theatre at the Margins 2013

Volume 10, Issue 3: Spring 2013 Articles in this issue include: Marjan Moosavi examines Marina Nernat’s Prisoner of Tehran and the representation of Iranian women in English-language writing and on Western stages, Angela Meyer (Pony) and Shirley Tse explore… Read More

Issue 5.1: Theatre and Human Rights 2007

Volume 5, Issue 1: February 2007 Articles in this issue include: Edward Little contemplates lessons learned while training in Indian Street Theatre, Rebecca Burton summarizes the disheartening findings of  “Equity in Canadian Theatre: The Women’s Initiative”, and Glen Nichols… Read More

Issue 4.2.3: The State and the Disclosure 2006

Volume 4, Issue 2 + 3: May 2006 A special-double issue of alt.theatre, that marks the 25th Anniversary of Teesri Duniya Theatre. Subscribe Buy Read an excerpt

Issue 2.4: Aesthetics and Representation 2003

Volume 2, Issue 4: June 2003 “The writers in this issue of alt.theatre are all concerned with ways in which relationships between aesthetics and representation are directly implicated in agendas of either colonization or decolonization.” -Editor-in-Chief, Edward Little… Read More

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