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Stratford Festival's "As You Like It"

I was so happy to take two of my dearest friends to Stratford for their first time to see As You Like It back in June. 663 more words


Women pursuing cultural leadership despite challenges

Women are slowly making their way up in the world with things shifting and changing considerably over the years. The arts industry in particular is showing good signs.  728 more words

Talking Arts

National Arts Festival: A Music Perspective

Music and imagination formed the most enjoyable part of day four in Grahamstown for A Feast of Tales. Our first encounter was Nefilibata which was a dance piece set to light, uplifting sounds. 242 more words


Women on the Fringes

The focus of the National Arts Festival this year may be on celebrating women, but the everyday reality of women in theatre is that of being marginalised and overlooked by its overtly patriarchal structure. 856 more words


20 Questions.... Mathilde Lopez

Continuing my series of short interviews with writers, choreographers, burlesque artists, poets, performers, and everything between… it’s with great delight I welcome director Mathilde Lopez to 20 questions…. 696 more words

On Performance

Fresh Takes 2016

Bob and I always  look forward to each play reading at Fresh Takes, a program of WAM Theatre. The third in the series, The Oregon Trail  134 more words

Regional Theatre

'Amsterdam' has a big takeaway for small cast

Original independent play ‘Amsterdam’ is a women’s coming-of-age manifesto

By Kat Karpoff

Dan McPeake makes his playwright debut exploring existential themes in Amsterdam, a one-act play now showing at Douglas College. 217 more words