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#ShoutOutTuesday: Robyn Coffin

It’s #ShoutOutTuesday!

I’m on a mission to be my most positive, healthy, and creative self.

I’ve decided to expand on this mission by shouting out cool people I connect with. 406 more words

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In Conversation with David Yee about "Walk the Walk", fu-Gen's National Festival of Asian Canadian Women

by Bailey Green

During a fu-GEN theatre planning meeting in 2010, former general manager Carin Lowerison remarked on the lack of plays produced by the company that were written by Asian women. 796 more words

The Crackwalker

Two evenings in a row with dark and depressing stories. This is one of Judith Thompson’s early plays, written in 1979. But it certainly stands up today, and may be even more relevant in these times of the uprising of the population against the excesses of the upper 1%. 191 more words

field notes.03 // Claire Armstrong

field notes.
episode 03 // Claire Armstrong
a conversation about The Crackwalker

April 1st, 2015
5:30pm
R2 Espresso

After a few missed meet ups due to sinus colds and flus, Andrew and Claire finally hit a Queen West café and share delicious baked goods as they talk about Claire’s experience with the latest staging of The Crackwalker. 50 more words

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Dancers use street style moves to tell their stories

Street dance show Urban Myth closes Next Stage Factory Festival. Different urban styles appear on the stage of Factory Theatre.

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BE COOL WITH JEFF ROSENSTOCK

American singer-songwriter, Jeff Rosenstock released his sophomore record We Cool? through SideOneDummy (Violent Soho and Smith Street Band) in 2015 and is currently on Australian shores in order promote the record.  309 more words

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NSTF: Joke packs a powerful, thought-provoking punch in A Man Walks into a Bar

Saw another remarkable Toronto Fringe remount last night: Circle Circle’s production of Rachel Blair’s meta theatre social commentary A Man Walks into a Bar, directed by David Matheson, now playing at the… 471 more words

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