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Canada's Arts Community Riles in the Sound of Silence

Silence can be deafening – especially in the workplace. Anyone who has been sexually harassed knows what it sounds like.

Today 280 Canadian artists have signed an… 1,389 more words

Workplace Harassment

We reward misogyny and gynophobia. In 2018. Do not pretend we are an enlightened species. Let's come to grips with overhauling the rewards system because it is long overdue.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science (AMPAS) regrets banning Harvey Weinstein blares the headline.

The people that waste your leisure time with gynophobic propaganda are in a tizzy because they have been outed as people whose testosterone cannot handle estrogen. 560 more words

Alleged Journalism

'The implication that we're ruining something is why it's so hard': Albert Schultz plaintiffs on stepping forward

It’s half-past eleven on Thursday morning in the cramped, narrow boardroom of a downtown Toronto law office. Hannah Miller, one of four women suing Soulpepper Theatre Company and artistic director Albert Schultz for sexual harassment, takes a seat at the centre of a long table. 1,006 more words


Soulpepper co-founder Albert Schultz forced to step down following multiple sex-assault accusations

TORONTO — A prominent figure in the Canadian theatre world has been forced to step down from the well-known company he co-founded amid separate lawsuits from four actresses who allege he exposed himself, groped them, and otherwise sexually humiliated them. 939 more words


Stage: Picture This

Based on a 1924 Hungarian play (The Battle of Waterloo by Melchior Lengyel), Soulpepper’s Picture This is an entertaining farce that serves up real laughs. 822 more words

Stage Reviews

Staff Profile - Cristina Rizzuto, Marketing Manager

How long have you worked at Soulpepper and tell us a little bit about what your job consists of lately.
I have worked at Soulpepper for just over a year. 335 more words


Theatre News: July 16 - July 22

Local News

ICYMI: It’s still Just for Laughs!! Looks like JFL is teaming up with an Australian company in the hopes of establishing an “international circuit of comedy festivals” 481 more words

QDF Musings