Toronto Fringe: An intersectional heart-to-heart on the state of manhood in the candid, funny, brave We The Men

Sunday Muse, Mercy Cherian, Rachel Brophy & Sundance Nagrial. Photo by Dahlia Katz. Sam’s having the guys over at his cottage—and we’re all invited! The back room stage of the Cadillac Lounge is transformed into the living room of Sam’s cottage as Soulo Theatre takes us behind the scenes of a heart-to-heart gathering on the stateContinue reading “Toronto Fringe: An intersectional heart-to-heart on the state of manhood in the candid, funny, brave We The Men”

Strength, struggle & identity in funny, brave & poignant HERStory Counts

Seven performers. Three nights. One theatre project just getting started.   Artistic producer/project founder Jennifer Neales had been frustrated about the lack of diverse voices in theatre – particularly womyn of colour – for 10 years; that is, until she decided to do something about it. And that something is the HERStory Counts theatre project,Continue reading “Strength, struggle & identity in funny, brave & poignant HERStory Counts”

Interview with Jennifer Neales on #HERstoryCounts theatre project

Actor/Artistic Producer Jennifer Neales has assembled a company of talented creators, producers and mentors to create an exciting new theatre project, set to premiere at Red Sandcastle Theatre April 22-24. #HERstoryCounts is an indie Canadian production, presenting a series of autobiographical monologues that bring to life personal stories of “endurance, strength, loss, survival, and loveContinue reading “Interview with Jennifer Neales on #HERstoryCounts theatre project”