Theatre

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

The National Arts Centre capped off a week of celebration marking the 50th anniversary of the Orchestra with a Saturday evening Gala of music,

Disconnect from those who preceded us, from the land and water around us, from anything much bigger than just the fraught present, and life

If you’ve been tracking the buzz around the inaugural season of NAC Indigenous Theatre, you’ll know that Finding Wolastoq Voice, by New Brunswick’s Natalie

No two ways about it: Opening night of Marie Clements’ play The Unnatural and Accidental Women at the NAC was significant. It marked the revival