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SCRUTINY | Stratford’s Fresh Take On ‘Hamlet’ Will Get You To See It Anew

By Paula Citron on July 4, 2022

Polish director Peter Pasyk has given Stratford a modernist production that is articulated, thoughtful, and perhaps, most importantly, fresh.
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INTERVIEW | In Conversation with Norwegian Choreographer/Stage Director/Playwright Alan Lucien Oyen

By Paula Citron on June 28, 2022

Norway’s Alan Lucien Øyen, 44, is a polymath whose artistic credits span dance, theatre and opera.
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INTERVIEW | Cynthia Dale & Richard Ouzounian Talk About Her New One-Woman Show

By Paula Citron on June 23, 2022

Iconic Canadian triple threat Cynthia Dale, and her director Richard Ouzounian, talk about her new one-woman show 'Take The Moment'.
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SCRUTINY | Cahoots Theatre ‘Three Ordinary Men’ Offers Strong Performances, Brilliant Design

By Paula Citron on June 23, 2022

Civil rights drama 'Three Ordinary Men' is another production to add to Cahoots Theatre's distinguished repertoire.
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SCRUTINY | Soulpepper ‘Where The Blood Mixes’ Powerful, Moving Theatre

By Paula Citron on June 21, 2022

Kevin Loring’s 'Where the Blood Mixes' is not a new play, but it is an important one.
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SCRUTINY | All-Star Canadian Cast, Spectacular Stagecraft In A New Harry Potter Story

By Paula Citron on June 21, 2022

Marvellous technical wizardry, a stellar all-Canadian cast, and an interesting new story make 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' a hit.
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SCRUTINY | It’s A Joy To Have Funny, Poignant ‘2 Pianos 4 Hands’ Back On Stage

By Paula Citron on June 16, 2022

'2 Pianos 4 Hands' is a Canadian theatre classic — even if you’ve never had a piano lesson in your life, the show is laugh out loud with a bite.
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INTERVIEW | In Conversation With Choreographer Dana Gingras Re: ‘Creation Destruction’ At Luminato

By Paula Citron on June 15, 2022

From June 15 to 17, in Trillium Park on the shores of Lake Ontario, a monumental dance piece begins at sunset as part of the Luminato Festival.
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INTERVIEW | Talking To Karen Kain & Two Of The Dancers About Highly Anticipated ‘Swan Lake’

By Paula Citron on June 10, 2022

Karen Kain, the National Ballet of Canada’s artistic director emerita, has given the company a special parting gift.
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SCRUTINY | ‘Singulières’ Is A Technical Tour De Force And Coup De Théâtre

By Paula Citron on June 8, 2022

Maxime Beauregard-Martin’s ‘Singulières’ offers live documentary theatre that unfolds before your eyes.
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