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New Review: Louis Laberge-Côté’s The art of degeneration (DanceWorks)

Read my review of Louis Laberge-Côté’s The art of degeneration (DanceWorks) here. Runs til Nov 3 at The Citadel: Ross Centre for Dance. Photo by Jeremy Mimnagh.

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Read my review of The Men in White on Mooney on Theatre

My review of Anosh Irani’s play, The Men in White (Factory Theatre), is live on Mooney on Theatre. Read it here.

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Theatre Review: Shelf Life Compels Audiences To Act As Communities

My favorite play of the year. Review here.

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Coal Mine Theatre Slays With Killer Joe 

My review of The Coal Mine Theatre’s production of Tracy Letts’ Killer Joe. 

“Killer Joe takes the radical humanist stance of affixing a domestic, sociological lens onto North American politics by getting to know the people threatening to make it great again. […] Years from now, this production should be remembered as a period piece, unabashedly of its time, all up in the chaos of history being written.”

Read it here.

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Photo by Matt Campagna.

 

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