Self-discovery & reconnecting with the land in the delightful, magical, thought-provoking There is No Word for Wilderness

Shaquille Pottinger, Lisa Hamalainen, Jack Comerford, Joe Recinos & Morgan Johnson. Costume design by Beatriz Arevalo. Mask design by Alexandra Simpson. Puppet design by Patricia Mader. Dress rehearsal photo by Producer Rebecca Ballarin.   Animacy Theatre Collective and Arts in the Parks present Lisa Hamalainen’s interdisciplinary, land-based theatrical nature walk There is No Word forContinue reading “Self-discovery & reconnecting with the land in the delightful, magical, thought-provoking There is No Word for Wilderness”

Sin of the father in the deeply moving, spiritual, revelatory acquiesce

Factory Theatre joins forces with fu-GEN Asian Canadian Theatre Company to open Factory’s 2016-17 season of diverse voices speaking to the Canadian experience with David Yee’s acquiesce in the Factory Theatre Mainspace, directed by Factory Theatre A.D. Nina Lee Aquino. Writer Sin Hwang (David Yee) struggles with moving beyond the success of his first novelContinue reading “Sin of the father in the deeply moving, spiritual, revelatory acquiesce”

A heartbreaking, erotic & darkly funny journey of identity & intimacy in Aromas

“Sex is never just about sex, it’s about so much more.” The Junes Company* production of Aromas, written and directed by Andrew Faiz, and starring Andy Fraser, opened at Red Sandcastle Theatre last night. Shifting between time, space and – possibly – reality, Aromas is a one-woman show, featuring two main characters (ice dancer KatalinContinue reading “A heartbreaking, erotic & darkly funny journey of identity & intimacy in Aromas”