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Voices of a Generation

Voices of a Generation collects three Canadian plays that speak to millennials’ complex and varied experiences and the challenges and stereotypes they often face.

zahgidiwin/love by Frances Koncan follows ...

While We're Young

A young soldier goes to Afghanistan, another to Passchendaele. A family splits in two when a Protestant falls in love with a Catholic; one hundred and twenty years later, it could happen all over again ...

100

Imagine that you must choose one single memory from your life and capture it with a magical camera—everything else will be erased. Imagine that choosing this memory is your only way of passing through ...

Andy's Gone

What stories do we tell ourselves to keep our walls up and our privilege intact? What is the cost of revolution?

In this contemporary retelling of Antigone, denial of what rages outside of a city’s perimeter ...

Annie Mae's Movement

Annie Mae’s Movement explores what it must have been like to be Anna Mae Pictou Aquash, a woman in a man’s movement, a Canadian in America, an Aboriginal in a white-dominant culture at a time when ...

Acting Through Song

An impassioned and invaluable guide for actors and students of musical theatre.

In Acting Through Song, ? Paul Harvard takes the techniques of modern actor training – including the theories of Stanislavsky, ...

An Attitude for Acting

A 'how to' book for actors who want to develop a 'can do' attitude to their profession in the face of rejection and intense competition.

Feeling despondent about the acting profession?
Been out of work ...

Black Boys

Black Boys by Saga Collectif (Virgilia Griffith, Stephen Jackman-Torkoff, Tawiah M’Carthy, Thomas Antony Olajide, and Jonathan Seinen) uncovers the complex dynamics of the queer Black experience. Text, ...

Iphigenia and the Furies (On Taurian Land) & Antigone: ?

From the author of trace comes two adaptations that transport mythological stories from Ancient Greece to modern-day civilizations. Led by people of colour, these darkly comedic plays depict recognizable ...