Feminist short works festival has grown both in the number of its offerings and its goals. Read more here.
Martin Law discusses his current play and the creation of his theatre company.
Theatrical production of horror novel full of emotion and suspense.
Just for Laughs impressed me this year: we are spoiled for funny ladies. There is so much talent on display that it its hard to choose who to see. The festival is hosting [read on]
Lar Vi’s route to finished Fringe show hurdles an Icelandic trip.
Rachel Levine talks to Lar Vi about getting her show, The Making of Warm Mess, ready for the Fringe.
Inter-generational play about three daughters who fight over their mother’s legacy.
Clowns, the Apocalypse, and being stuck on a ship with Sloan’s Chris Murphy some of the things to expect at the Solos Fest.
Interview with Karen Chen about the creation of Alegria Ballet and their upcoming performance at the Mainline.
One-woman production at the Mainline about breaking generational patterns evokes the ambiance and mood of the Canadian north.
New production by Black Box productions mixes sci-fi and philosophy in an adaptation of Spider Robinson’s short story.
The Mainline Theatre is expanding to take over a street-level gallery space. Amy Blackmore talks about the new space and how it will be used.