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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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SCRUTINY | Factory Theatre’s Absurdist Drama ‘Wildfire’ Runs Deep

By Paula Citron on June 2, 2022

Parsa and his forces have created an effervescent and engaging theatrical experience in 'Wildfire'.
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SCRUTINY | Tarragon Theatre’s ‘The Herd’ A Mixed Blessing

By Paula Citron on June 2, 2022

Cree playwright Kenneth T. Williams’ new play The Herd came about when former Tarragon artistic director Richard Rose asked him to write an Indigenous version of Ibsen’s masterpiece, An Enemy of the People.
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INTERVIEW | A Conversation With Mohawk Choreographer Barbara Kaneratonni Diabo

By Paula Citron on May 20, 2022

Acclaimed Mohawk choreographer Barbara Kaneratonni Diabo’s 2021 multidisciplinary work Sky Dancers explores a tragedy and its aftermath.
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SCRUTINY | The COC Has An Entertaining Winner In ‘The Magic Flute’

By Paula Citron on May 10, 2022

American director Diane Paulus’ 2011 production of Mozart’s 'The Magic Flute' does stand the test of time, except for a minor reservation.
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SCRUTINY | David Yee’s ‘among men’ Is Heady Stuff

By Paula Citron on May 6, 2022

David Yee’s new play 'among men' is heady stuff, but then his protagonists are two of Canada’s most iconic modern poets.
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SCRUTINY | Tarragon Theatre’s ‘Three Women of Swatow’ An Uneven Effort

By Paula Citron on May 4, 2022

Playwright Chloé Hung's 'Three Women of Swatow' is a dark satire about a dark subject.
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SCRUTINY | ‘1184’ Ambitious, But Too Many Themes Muddy The Waters

By Paula Citron on April 27, 2022

If there ever was a production that deserved an A for effort, it is 1184.
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