“We are women who do what must be done.” So says the cigarette-puffing, mahjong-addicted great-grandmother in Jeff Ho’s one-man play trace, now at the NAC. The

Had Jeff Ho not run away to Montreal when he was a teenager, his mother might never have understood what theatre is all about. The

Oleanna, David Mamet’s then-startling play about sexual harassment and power dynamics, debuted in 1992. So much has happened since then — including, here in

You think you have a handle on the messy business of appropriation? Then you haven’t seen Kat Sandler’s quick-witted Bang Bang, now at the

The current Gladstone Theatre season may merit a prize for diversity. One show features someone called Queen Susan and an “anthropomorphised army.” Another spotlights

The last thing he’d ever want to do, says Christian Barry, is tell a story with a clear and simple point of view. That