“There are parts of Stella’s nature … that are challenging aspects of female humanity to reveal as an actress, especially in our current social-political climate of female empowerment.” Interview with Leah Doz in Soulpepper’s A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
Our conversation with Cara Gee about her return to the stage in Soulpepper’s FOOL FOR LOVE, the character of May, and the upside of a summer in Toronto
Soulpepper’s concert “The Promised Land” explores the mythic American dream in the works of novelist John Steinbeck through song. Our interview with cast member Alana Bridgewater
Interview with Frank Cox-O’Connell, performing in Soulpepper’s sold-out run of “Wedding at Aulis”, Sina Gilani’s version of “Iphigenia at Aulis” by Euripides.
Review: Soulpepper’s ROSE is eye-catching and inventive, sweet yet serious. It features music, staging, themes and knockout performances, especially by Haley Gillis, Peter Fernandes and Frank Cox-O’Connell, that will fire a child’s imagination.
Scott Sneddon’s review of Caryl Churchill’s ESCAPED ALONE, co-produced by Soulpepper and Necessary Angel Theatre and directed by Jennifer Tarver, on stage until November 25.
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 […]
Rachel Jones on La Bête: “In the age of people making their own YouTube videos and stuff like that, we are asking the same questions as the play does: Does art have to have particular rules? How does self-created work compare with classic forms? What’s the difference between art and entertainment?”
Anthony MacMahon’s ANIMAL FARM is on stage now at Soulpepper, with a strong ensemble, crisp direction by Ravi Jain, and topical references that crank up Orwell’s political satire. But this is no easy, comfortable evening at the theatre . . .
Glad tidings they bring – again! Krystin Pellerin and Eponine Lee reprise their roles in Soulpepper’s 2017 production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL.