Blog
Holly Adams | Reflections on the importance of pirates and sword fighting for girls!
Blog
Barong mask
Holly Adams | Using Balinese ideas as springboards for creating or reflecting on performance pieces.
News
Photo: Pam Bailey/Pam in Progress
Pam Bailey | By giving as little as $10, and then encouraging your network to do the same, you can help re-build and equip the practice and workshop "home" of the Strip's only breakdance group.
Blog
Raffi | On March 26, award-winning singer/songwriter Raffi offers something new: a song celebrating hockey!
Activist Toolkit
| The theatre troupe uses performance to express their experiences with disability and sexuality
News
Sarah Mann | In Toronto last weekend and coming to Montréal at the end of the month, Les Demimondes brings Prostitution Herself to the stage to confront sex worker misrepresentation.
News
Montreal filmmaker Sharon Hyman asks questions about growing up in her new  film.
Cathi Bond | Montreal filmmaker Sharon Hyman's autobiographical documentary Neverbloomers: The Search for Grownuphood is a compelling piece of work exploring questions about what it means to grow up.
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | Robert Lepage's enchanting play "Blue Dragon" examines the important cultural-normative question that contemporary globalization presents to us.
Book Review
Committing Theatre
Michael Wheeler | Committing Theatre contributes new facts and context to some of the more noteworthy groups in Canadian political theatre.
News
Jeannine M. Pitas | Mayor attacks culture: 'If we were to try to save a department store by shuttering the windows, no one would come in. The same is true of Toronto -- if we shutter the windows, no one will come in.'
Columnists
Rick Salutin | As part of its 75th anniversary, the CBC is showing an hour this Sunday of old Wayne and Shuster comedy material. They appeared for almost 50 years, first on radio; then they made the leap to TV.
News
Cara Waterfall | A minimalist approach that is the ideal contrast to the comedy's froth and fury. The vision allows the play's treatment of tyranny, and romantic tomfoolery to shine.