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A Latinx dance lesson: Broken Tailbone is moving theatre, in every sense

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

“Take off that coat! You’ll be too hot otherwise!”

There is nothing usual about Broken Tailbone, the highly original Carmen Aguirre creation that occasions her first-ever visit to Edmonton, courtesy of Workshop West’s Canoe Festival, and the Chinook Series. 585 more words


Broken Tailbone At The Cultch February 13 - 24, 2018

You are invited to come celebrate the irresistible sound of Latin music. Carmen Aguirre is a celebrated writer and performer who is bringing her production… 95 more words


Listen, Move, and Be Moved at Carmen Aguirre's Broken Tailbone at The Cultch

The Cultch is thrilled to present Broken Tailbone, the latest work from celebrated writer and performer Carmen Aguirre, Feb 13-24 in the Historic Theatre. 301 more words


Memoir Monday: Something Fierce

I read this memoir about this time last year. Surprisingly, it was the only memoir or biography of a Hispanic woman I’d read until last month. 413 more words


Jonathan Kay on the tyranny of Twitter: How mob censure is changing the intellectual landscape


A journalist friend of mine recently attended his four-year-old daughter’s year-end dance recital here in Toronto. “Every dance was in some way about Canada,” he told me. 3,686 more words