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FEATURE | Anna Chatterton: An Independent Theatre Artist In A Time Of Plague

By Paula Citron on September 8, 2020

Independent playwright/librettist/actor Anna Chatterton talks about working through the trauma of seeing four years’ work cancelled by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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THE SCOOP | National Ballet Of Canada Announces Virtual Fall Season With Five New Commissions

By Paula Citron on September 4, 2020

The National Ballet of Canada has just announced a virtual fall season for 2020 that includes five new commissions.
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FEATURE | Inside Immersive Van Gogh

By Paula Citron on August 31, 2020

We take a deep dive into the fabulous Van Gogh Immersive exhibit in Toronto.
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SCRUTINY| Live Theatre Returns With A Brilliant Performance of ‘Alphonse’ In Dufferin Grove Park

By Paula Citron on August 28, 2020

Kaleb Alexander is brilliant in Wajdi Mouawad's 'Alphonse' - the first live theatre show in Toronto since the COVID lockdown.
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INTERVIEW | Composer/Conductor Eric Whitacre Talks About ‘Virtual Choir 6: Sing Gently’

By Paula Citron on July 17, 2020

Grammy Award-winning American composer and conductor Eric Whitacre talks about inventing virtual choirs, and putting together his sixth iteration of the art form for the pandemic, 'Virtual Choir 6: Sing Gently'.
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SCRUTINY | Mundane Mysteries Is An Adventure In Theatre By Phone

By Paula Citron on May 20, 2020

Theatre by phone becomes an adventure over six days with Outside the March Theatre's The Ministry of Mundane Mysteries.
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SCRUTINY | Convergence Theatre’s ‘The Corona Variations’ Offers Fun Interactive Plays By Phone

By Paula Citron on May 15, 2020

In this time of plague and closed theatres, Convergence Theatre is actually trying to earn money with original material.
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FEATURE | The National Ballet of Canada: Company Class During Lockdown

By Paula Citron on April 28, 2020

Holding Company Class on Zoom is helping the National Ballet's dancers cope with the realities of lockdown and social isolation.
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SCRUTINY | A Supremely Talented Cast And High Octane Dance Make Summer A Hit

By Paula Citron on March 14, 2020

With a supremely talented cast and high octane dance, Summer is a fitting tribute to the Queen of Disco.
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SCRUTINY | Ratmansky’s Choreography And Wonderful Performances Light Up The NBC's Romeo And Juliet

By Paula Citron on March 12, 2020

Ratmansky’s choreography, Prokofiev’s glorious music, and wonderful performances by dancers Elena Lobsanova and an ageless Guillaume Côté make for pure stage magic in the National Ballet's 'Romeo and Juliet'.
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