Karan gives context and reflects on the Indian Supreme Court’s overturn of Section 377
Léveillé talks about his works that have enjoyed an exceptional longevity and the heart of meaning in his work.
Sinj Karan reviews Marianne Ackerman’s new collection of short stories, “Mankind & Other Stories of Women”.
The events in Orlando are the latest manifestation of ongoing ignorance. Karan has a proposal how to address this ignorance in all its forms.
Reviews of Dramaking, Mutement, A Perfect Picture, the No Bull$#!% History of Invention, and Rocket to Fame
Shake, Love and Pasties Miss S, The Mysteries of the Unseen World of the Clavis Argentum, Saor (free), and Me The Queen and a Coconut reviewed.
Five shows reviewed by our team: Caisse 606, Bedrock Burlesque, Honesty Rents by the Hour, ATM the Musical, The Passage
When it comes to putting on a show of an American Classic, Goldrich has a vision, but make it clear he’s no Ahab.
Adaption of Notes from the Underground revisits Shakespeare’s question “to be or not to be” and what it means to be human. Interview with director Simon Pitaqaj.
Inventive film is the best metaphor for 2015.
The myth of equality and the reality of equality are two different things for a brown, gay immigrant and other peoples of colour.
It’s not easy to pick a candidate when you’re brown and gay and your options are Mr. Oilsandman, Mr. Smileyface, Mr. Pretty Hair, Madame Green Activist, and Mr. Independence Man
Our staff’s picks for summer reading 2015.