Angela shares her reviews of Pluck’d, Precinct, Orson Wells / Shylock, and the Ballad of Frank Allen.
Pitch perfect study of first generation immigrants in Montreal.
The myth of equality and the reality of equality are two different things for a brown, gay immigrant and other peoples of colour.
Peggy Hogan isn’t your everyday first-gen Chinese immigrant, classical pianist turned jazz musician turned jazz-hip-hop-rapper.
Poverty, drugs, and complicated relationships at heart of show that could take place as easily in 1936 as today.
This charming play about difficult decisions faced by immigrant children is a celebration of culture and self-acceptance.
Told entirely with puppets, the Aeneid lets the audience forget the puppeteer.
17-years-young Youssra Koudia made the brave decision to study in Canada. Leaving her family behind almost made her change her mind.