Selina Thompson: ‘In an interrogation, the person that asks the questions frames the conversation and holds the power. This is traditionally the place of whiteness. I wanted to occupy that space – and this is what the work seeks to do.’
Travelling to Salem, Massachusetts (where The Crucible is set) is a bit like journeying back to the year 1692. Not just because this small town never got rid of its supernatural mythos—but because the town retains an affection for (and features a bustling tourist industry centered on) the infamous “witch trials” of that year. About […]
Glad tidings they bring – again! Krystin Pellerin and Eponine Lee reprise their roles in Soulpepper’s 2017 production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL.
“The Boy Made of Wood is in the Hood!” True that! So practise those cheers and jeers. And keep them at hand when in panto-land!
Meilie Ng, Les Zinspirés 6: “as you will discover through their tales, they have many ideas and deep reflections that can help shape the world of today and tomorrow.”
Spare and simple are Ravi Jain’s hallmark in this Salt-Water Moon, with its focus on the love story of Jacob (Kawa Ada) & Mary (Mayko Nguyen)
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a unique theatrical experience which immerses – and implicates the audience in – the life experience of Christopher Boone.
How to introduce our interview with Jivesh Parasram (we can call him Jiv)…. Rather, what to say that will be succinct? Because there is quite a lot to say about this maverick theatre creator who, in addition to writing and performing, is the Associate Artistic Producer of Theatre Passe Muraille and also the Artistic Producer of […]
Actor on the rise Joseph Zita makes his Soulpepper debut in the world premiere of Picture This, a comedy by Morris Panych and Brenda Robins, 2 of the creatives behind the award-winning hit Parfumerie
Scott Sneddon finds SIHP’s gender-swapping brilliantly effective, making King Lear at once recognizable & surprising, filled with strong performances & rich commentary.