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What does theatre mean on World Theatre Day?

With another rotation of this planet called Earth comes another day marked as World Theatre Day, so hug a theatre practitioner in your life—we generally need it.   My first […]

The Tragedy of Macbeth is a brooding masterpiece

One half of one of the world’s most iconic cinematic duos, Joel Coen has dipped his toes deep into the depths of theatre with his solo directorial debut, and it […]

“Inspiring Walt Disney” connects classic animation and European design

While they still churn out memorable animations year after year, Disney has lost more and more of their veneer over the years and shown their cool corporate face. But there […]

Christopher Walken paints over Banksy on ‘The Outlaws’

Hijinks are part and parcel when it comes to the work of Banksy. Aside from his medium and methods inherently being tied to stealth and surprise, the renowned graffiti artist […]

National Theatre of Somalia holds first screening in 30 years

We’ve exhibited a lot of gratitude for the slow return of some of our favourite pastimes over the past year and a half. Art galleries reopening, theatre companies able to […]

Stratford’s ‘Othello’ grips with a fraught, familiar world

As it moves closer to the opening of Stratford Festival’s 2021 season, the North American mecca of Shakespearean theatre is continuing to connect with their audiences through a weekly free […]

Living room theatre- performing arts during the pandemic

Without question, the COVID-19 pandemic is halting fields of work globally. While there is certainly the benefit of this modern age allowing many workers and businesses to operate entirely from […]