A counter-intuitive creative pairing that really works.
Wry, hilarious and subversive.
Whether or not this soil is still fertile or better left fallow is another matter.
A cycling play which freewheels to victory.
Exploring femininity and power in the Elizabethan age.
Gender bending Shakespeare.
An uncomfortable but powerful watch.
You are what you wear.
A faithful telling of the remarkable story of the Kibeho apparitions.
An earthy performance tempers the opulence of traditional ballet.
Music and storytelling wed perfectly
You like audience participation... right?
The distance and detachment of modern warfare.
These nine Femmes of Colour are on a mission.
Quite simply, a joy.
Tackling difficult questions.
Dylan Coburn Gray’s writing is fluid as the Liffey.
Shakespeare collides with Cirque de Soleil and a Pride parade in a melee of sequin-spangled silliness.
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