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Q&A with Mike Ross

Soulpepper’s Slaight Family Director Music talks about musical creation and the return of Spoon River.

What is appealing to you about the musical format as a theatre artist? 624 more words


Staff Profile: Duncan Johnstone - Head Scenic Artist

How long have you worked at the Young Centre and tell us a little bit about what your job consists of lately.
I have been working at the Young/Soulpepper 5 years and three of these as the Head of Scenic Art. 550 more words

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Frankly, Sinatra - a Soulpepper production @RHCPA

The Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts kicked off its 8th season of programming last night. Canadian hyphenate Albert Schultz starred in a Soulpepper production of… 301 more words


Robert Cushman: Yours Forever, Marie-Lou asks us to pardon its original French

There’s something in the program notes for the Soulpepper production of Michel Tremblay’s Yours Forever, Marie-Lou that perplexes me. Actually there are two things. One is that the first two words of the title are given as Forever Yours, which was the order adopted in the play’s first English translation but not in the one that the production is actually using. 874 more words


Donor Profile: Ken Gingerich and Michael Oakes

How did you first learn about Soulpepper?
Ken: Through a very dear friend of mine who unfortunately died a number of years ago – Marilyn Michener, who was also a very good friend of Albert’s. 433 more words


Staff Profile: Kanika Ambrose - Administrative Coordinator

How long have you worked at the Young Centre/Soulpepper and tell us a little bit about what your job consists of lately.
I started working at The Young Centre as a Front of House Floor Captain in the Fall of 2011 and I have been working at Soulpepper since January of this year. 299 more words


Beyond a Theatre Review: Spoon River at Soulpepper

I’m sad that I didn’t write this review until today, when there’s only one more chance to see Soulpepper’s production of Spoon River. But, I was busy living life and feeding my soul–I can excuse myself. 644 more words