Annual festival celebrates women’s bodies and sexuality.
Poetry, desire, sex, and gender.
The testimony of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford before some rather toxic men of power prompts this bonus reflection by Zsolt.
This year’s Shakespeare in the Park flips the familiar tale.
Play needs a few tweaks to bring out the best in an immigrant, intergenerational story.
Local experimental artists from all disciplines collaborate in new festival.
The Wildside Festival in Montreal promises great theatre to break up the January blahs.
Check out this fantastic show about adolescence communicated through dance.
What does India mean on the anniversary of its independence from British rule.
Kate Stockburger talks about the feminist theory of Sad Girls behind Tragic Queens
Chris Fleming talks about getting started in video work on youtube, as well as one of his greatest hits.
Their words, not ours! An overview of 2017’s SitP launch event with exclusive details about the show from cast and crew.
Bravely challenging gender constructs, Young Thug takes rap and hip hop to new places while connecting with his first identity.
Meags Fitzgerald talks about Long Red Hair, why she learned to draw ambidextrously, and shares 20 pieces of advice for aspiring writers.
New show at the MAI by the Black Theatre Workshop searches for meaning through song and drama.
“You can’t be a word nerd and not into poetry,” Rabbit says. We want to send this slam poet to the Verses Festival. Find out more here.
Animated film praised for handling difficult topics suffers from its own prejudices and stereotypes.