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Cultural Exchange|Theatrefullstop

“Introducing a new segment to both Theatrefullstop and New Ottawa Critics. As two independent blogger collectives, we are both inspired by what theatrically is happening beyond our borders. 641 more words


Happy Birthday to Me (or Blow Out the Candles, Make a Wish)

The New Ottawa Critics is celebrating its 5th birthday this week, so this Dark Day Monday Tuesday, we’re here to tell you a little bit more about our plans for the upcoming year and why we need your help more than ever. 2,542 more words


The Collaborative Audience

It was brought to my attention last week that I was talking about theatre criticism as a collaboration between theatre artist, critic, and spectator without really exploring what that means. 1,303 more words


The Shack Is Emotionally Predatory and Clumsy

It’s hardly worth writing a review of the recently released film The Shack. Everyone is going to have a preconceived notion about it before going to see it. 468 more words

Theatre Criticism

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Ashlee Haze #unleashed

If you go to your local Lane Bryant, you might see a familiar face on the displays and advertisements. Ashlee Haze is one of the faces for Lane Bryant’s # 154 more words

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The Journey to Remember to Forget

A review of Donna Ogunnaike’s Experimental Theatre Production; Strelitzia

I recollect the taste of baba dudu and sisi pelebe, choco milo and the race for agbalumo as a child. 499 more words


The Critic is Dead (Long Live The Critic)

    The critics panel last week at undercurrents Festival had some interesting discussion about the future of arts journalism. I am going to take this opportunity to further flesh out some of the emerging trends that were discussed at the conclusion of the panel. 1,335 more words