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April 5, 2019 | Reviewed By: Conrad Sweatman
The uses and abuses of science in playwriting: a review of Hannah Moscovitch’s play InfinityRead More…
March 9, 2016 | Reviewed By: William Kerr
Clem Martini’s volume of one-act plays delivers what its title promises: Martini with a Twist. Read More…
February 9, 2016 | Reviewed By: Alan Williams
When I first encountered Canadian theatre, I was told a specific difficulty local practitioners faced Read More…
January 26, 2015 | Reviewed By: Dale Lakevold
Carolyn Gray looks back some 350 years to the French playwright Molière and his play The Miser or L’Avare Read More…
June 10, 2014 | Reviewed By: Hope McIntyre
Reading plays in book form is always a different process from seeing them on stage. Read More…
April 22, 2014 | Reviewed By: Dale Lakevold
Playwright Carolyn Gray’s North Main Gothic follows the story of Ian Trelkovsky, Read More…
March 20, 2014 | Reviewed By: Dale Lakevold
In his introduction to The Exile Book of Native Canadian Fiction and Drama, editor Daniel David Moses Read More…
December 19, 2013 | Reviewed By: Dale Lakevold
Metastasis and Other Plays by Alberta playwright Gordon Pengilly is a collection of three plays drawn from a sizable body of work dating back to 1975 that Pengilly has written for stage and radio. Read More…