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Feeling vs Unfeeling in King Lear

Alistair Newton’s production of King Lear starring Diane D’Aquila begins with two black doors swinging open as her throne moves downstage where she is joined by The Fool. 1,029 more words

My Canada, 89/150: The play's the thing

I wanted to write about Canadian author Ann-Marie MacDonald’s terrific play, Goodnight, Desdemona (Good Morning, Juliet) and had a simple research question: How many productions of the show have there been? 1,219 more words


News from Tapestry

So the rumours have been around for a while but today the big announcement about Tapestry’s major project for 2017/18 went public.  It’s a joint production with Canadian Stage and Vancouver Opera of an operatic version of Morris Panych’s adaptation of Gogol’s… 74 more words

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