The Shaw Festival, with a little less

The Shaw Festival, with a little less Shaw

Audiences aren’t quite so enamoured these days of the once celebrated playwright
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Richard Nixon, Opera Superstar

‘Nixon in China,’ once derided as ‘a novelty item,’ has turned out to be a modern classic
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Straight outta Winnipeg

Just as rap thrived amidst the racial strife and decrepitude of L.A., native rappers have found a muse in another troubled city
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Phantom of the Deli? Smoke-lahoma?

A newspaper column about Schwartz’s deli in Montreal has inspired a musical
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Robert LePage in conversation

On tackling the Met, New York’s narcissism—and Hans Christian Andersen’s sex diary
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Big reason for hope in a small town

If any one entity epitomizes the new, postwar Germany, it’s this Passion play
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Corrupt bankers sing at Stratford

A new musical at the famous festival is about an economic crash eerily similar to our own
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’Wow-ee’ fairy tales for grown-ups

Edmonton’s Catalyst Theatre creates epic spectacle from paper and ’shower curtains’