Monthly Archives: May 2016

Interview Series – Regent Collective on We Are XX

Three women reveal never-before shared stories and secrets from their lives in a theatrical dismantling of gender and cultural expectations. Their inner-most desires, frustrations, hopes, fears, and triumphs take centre stage in this deeply personal, collectively-created piece. Advisory Board Member and Stage Manager to the Regent Collective, Thilini Seevakireedam, interviews the ensemble behind We Are… Read more »

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Interview Series – Writers’ Circle – Aryn Strickland on The Places We’ve Been

Sitting outside a Starbucks at night, Aimee anxiously awaits a first meeting with a sister she didn’t previously know existed. Can the distance of a lifetime ever be crossed? Are people capable of leaving behind their experiences to bridge the emotional gap? Aryn Strickland, member of the Writers’ Circle shares details with about her process,… Read more »

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Interview Series – Productions – Intermezzo

Set to a soundtrack of smoky Gershwin tunes and symphonies epic in scale, Intermezzo is a tragicomedy that follows the Wexler sisters, two once- estranged millenials. When Moriah moves back to Toronto following a brief, unsuccessful stint as an entertainer in Los Angeles, she brings with her old memories, relationships, neuroses, and secrets. The play… Read more »

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Interview Series – Playwrights In Residence – Ryan Borochovitz and his play A Sphinx Lands in Corinth

Dead bodies fill the streets of Thebes, and King Creon is to blame. Sent into exile to atone for what he’s done, he soon stumbles into the world of a different play altogether – one where he could potentially earn his right to rule again. Bridging the previously unknown gap between the Oedipus Cycle of… Read more »

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