Cry Woolf: The time for Katrina Darychuk’s “Orlando” is now

Katrina Darychuk is not afraid of Virginia Woolf. Her modern, considered and utterly arresting production of Woolf’s Orlando, adapted by Sarah Ruhl, is a testament to her appreciation for Orlando’s “boldness, wit, and fearless approach towards death, love, and writing.” Currently receiving its Canadian premiere at Soulpepper, the show tells the story of Orlando, played […]

Liza Balkan’s “Out the Window” prompts questions about policing, perspectives and the implications of othering

Liza Balkan, OUT THE WINDOW: “For this new version, produced by the Theatre Centre & Luminato, director Sarah Garton Stanley has taken a different, highly exciting approach to the material, one that vibrantly slams it down into the world of 2018, where policing, mental illness and race tragically intersect over and over again.”

Sarah Murphy-Dyson promises an experience unlike any other in multidisciplinary Stones

Actor-Director Anita La Selva says she is moved to juxtapose beauty and brutality in her work. This duality finds eloquent expression in her multimedia performance work Stones, which features a diverse 6-member cast of female dance artists, including Gemini-Award-winning Sarah Murphy-Dyson, and examines the history and practice of stoning (also known as lapidation). Stones is a collaborative […]