Fresh off her run with Cirque du Soleil’s Quidam, Tanya Burka will be in town this October as part of the Wonderbolt Circus show Bolt out of the Blue.
The story of Fruithead reflects our own story, with larfs. By Carrie Ivardi.
Elling Lien spoke with playwright Robert Chafe about Newfoundland and Labrador theatre company Artistic Fraud’s show Under Wraps
Jonathan Adams speaks with performer Louise Moyes about her docudance performances
Bryhanna Greenough talks to Vancouver performer Tara Cheyenne about her upcoming murder mystery show at the Festival of New Dance.
Dancer Louise Moyes looks at a changing city and its changing women. By Sarah Smellie
Mary Walsh talks to Sarah Smellie about Rob Ford, the state of Canadian political satire, and her new show “Dancing with Rage” at the LSPU Hall.
Elling Lien speaks with Canadian modern dancer Margie Gillis about her work and the Sun News Network debacle before her debut performance in Newfoundland on October 11 at the Festival of New Dance.
Adapting her novel to the stage has been both a challenge and a thrill, she says.
St. John’s has a new improv troupe and are ready for their debut. Are you?
Shaun Majumder kicks off his return to comedy in St. John’s on April 28th.
Hedwig & The Angry Inch: It’s a strange kind of theatre show. It’s held in a bar. The actors stay on stage for the entire set. They play loud rock and roll.
A dry-run for the actual zombie apocalypse.
Robert Chafe, Kathleen Winter and Richard Greene are up for Canada’s most prestigious literary prize.
On his new play, Easy, Down Easy, and the new documentary about his life, Still Rowdy After All These Years.