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Jase Tanner | Artistic director of Theatre in the Raw Jay Hamburger discusses "Bruce: The Musical," a play about activist Bruce Eriksen, who started the Downtown Eastside Residents Association.
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"The Monkiest King" performed by the Canadian Children's Opera Company. Image: Ken Hall
June Chua | "The Monkiest King" will be broadcast for the first time on August 29 on the CBC radio show "Saturday Afternoon at the Opera with Ben Heppner."
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Doreen Nicoll | What The Fest?! is Hamilton's online version of its annual fringe festival. Virtual plays can be wonderful, but only when there's good material.
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James Gordon and pal working on the script. Image: James Gordon/Facebook
Victoria Fenner | Gordon, a singer-songwriter and Guelph city councillor, premiered his new climate crisis musical in Barrie last Friday. A conversation and lots of music!
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Doreen Nicoll | There are over 50 companies offering up musicals, dance, comedies, magic shows, dramas and family entertainment in more than 400 performances.
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Buried machinery in barn lot in Dallas, South Dakota, United States during the Dust Bowl. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
Doreen Nicoll | "The Promised Land" is a moving and timely show that takes audiences on a journey across America through novelist John Steinbeck's personal and artistic musings.
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Rick Salutin | A gorgeous, nostalgic new book marks the 50th birthday of Toronto's Theatre Passe Muraille. The pastiche quality of the book also reflects the collective emphasis in the institution's origins.
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Sex ed through social action theatre
Scott Neigh | Shira Taylor and Lauren Chang talk about the work of the group Sex Education by Theatre.
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Michelle Thrush's Inner Elder leads the dancing. Image: Penney Kome
Penney Kome | Calgarians had a chance to see two pieces of Indigenous theatre on consecutive nights recently, in which artists addressed painful subjects with humour and respect.
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Rick Salutin | Two of Robert Lepage's shows were cancelled: SLAV, while in production in Montreal, and Kanata, a collaboration with Ariane Mnouchkine's Théâtre du Soleil in Paris.
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Doreen Nicoll | The Hamilton Fringe production's exploration of art and symbolism in the McCarthy era resonates with our present political moment.
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Marianne Daly
Doreen Nicoll | Marianne Daly's one-woman show about a Catholic family's secrets is one of many wonderful shows at the annual festival.