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Eraser

An immersive experience, Eraser delves into the memories and fantasies of a classroom of students as they figure out who they want to be. Six students guide readers through their different journeys, taking ...

This Is the Story of the Child Ruled by Fear

David has written a play for himself and a gathering of friends and
strangers to read together out loud. It tells the story of the rise and fall of
an imaginary civilization in an imaginary land. Some ...

Happy Anniversary

It’s Carlos and Marta’s twelfth wedding anniversary, yet while Marta yearns to tango, Carlos insists on the comfort of routine. As their story unfolds through a mosaic of memories, we see what began ...

Niizh

It’s summertime on the rez, the frybread is sizzling, and the local radio station plays bluegrass, Anishinaabemowin lessons, and Friday-night bingo numbers. Lenna, the youngest of the Little family, ...

Peace Country

A new political party has swept into office, promising big changes to curb the impending climate crisis—changes that could put the nail in the coffin for a tiny carbon-economy town in the heart of Northern ...

Power Moves

This collection of essays focuses how dance and movement engage and enact political questions around agency, mobility, pedagogy, and resistance. Committed to crossing disciplinary boundaries, Power Moves ...

我的名是张欣恩 (Gimme chance leh)

Kris, a young diasporic Chinese woman,
attempts to reconcile her upbringing between Canada and Singapore. In doing so,
she comes face to face with herself as she pulls apart the tactics she uses in
an ...

First Métis Man of Odesa

Matt and Masha hit it off during a theatre research trip in Ukraine. At first they seem like opposites: Masha loves the sea, Matt loves mountains. Masha is Ukrainian, Matt is Métis. But the passionate ...

Ravage of Life

For three years, Evelyne de la Chenelière wrote on the long entrance wall in Montreal’s Espace GO as part of an artistic residency that would profoundly shake her outlook on words, theatre practice, ...

Fall On Your Knees

In an adaptation of the classic Canadian novel, this epic play follows three generations of a Cape Breton Island family in a tale of forbidden love, inescapable bonds, and devastating betrayals, all while ...