Theatre

The spectacle of a once-great boxer now in his 40s, blind in one eye, going up against unworthy opponents in two-bit towns for crummy

Sometimes artists cut a little too close to the bone.  That was the case for some when Ottawa-born author Joan Finnigan wrote the screenplay for

When Jacob Sampson set out to write a play about a champion athlete, Sam Langford didn’t spring to mind. In fact, he’d never heard

The biggest prize in Canadian theatre has gone to a video and set designer from Montreal who has fashioned an international career for herself. Stéphanie

There’s not much on the stage. Three bathtubs, a metal dress form and shower head hanging above each, a backdrop of panelled walls: That’s

If one of the intents of theatre – of any art, for that matter – is to give us entry into worlds we’d otherwise