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BRUCE DOW: AFTER BROADWAY, STRATFORD, AND BUDDIES IN BAD TIMES, THE AWARD-WINNING ACTOR DECLARES, “I LOVE STUDENT AUDIENCES. THEY ARE THE FIRST ONES TO PRAISE YOU FOR GOOD WORK, AND/OR TO CALL YOU OUT ON YOUR PRETENTIOUS BULLS*T” … A REVIEWER’S INTERVIEW WITH PEOPLE IN THE ARTS

JAMES STRECKER: If you were asked for 50 words for an encyclopedia to summarize what you do, or have done, in the arts, what would you say? BRUCE DOW: Bruce Dow is an award-winning theatre artist and educator, best known … Continue reading

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EVAN BULIUNG: LEADING ACTOR EXPLAINS “THEATRE IS NOT MOUNTED ON A WALL, IT IS A LIVING BREATHING ORGANISM THAT CHANGES FROM SHOW TO SHOW, SO TO BASE CRITIQUES ON ONE SHOW IS MOOT. I WOULD HOPE MOST GOOD REVIEWERS WOULD KNOW AND APPRECIATE THIS” … A REVIEWER’S INTERVIEW WITH PEOPLE IN THE ARTS

JAMES STRECKER: If you were asked for 50 words for an encyclopedia to summarize what you do, or have done, in the arts, what would you say? EVAN BULIUNG: We​ ​gather​ ​together​ ​as​ ​a​ ​group​ ​of​ ​performers​ ​with​ ​generally​ ​low​ … Continue reading

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MARTHA HENRY: ACTOR/DIRECTOR, FORTY-TWO YEAR VETERAN OF THE STRATFORD FESTIVAL – AND PROSPERO IN THE TEMPEST OF STRATFORD’S 2018 SEASON – DECLARES “WE ARE MOVING TOWARD A REALIZATION THAT OUR NOTIONS OF CASTING, OF WHITE DOMINANCE IN THE THEATRE, ARE BEING NOT ONLY CHALLENGED BUT BLOWN TO SHREDS…… THE WORLD ITSELF IS CHANGING AND THE THEATRE IS IN THE VANGUARD”.. A REVIEWER’S INTERVIEW WITH PEOPLE IN THE ARTS

JAMES STRECKER: If you were asked for 50 words for an encyclopedia to summarize what you do, or have done, in the arts, what would you say? MARTHA HENRY: Oh, good grief. “I work in the theatre.” JS: What important … Continue reading

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ALL MY SONS: A STUNNING STRATFORD FESTIVAL PRODUCTION OF ARTHUR MILLER’S PLAY THAT FORCES OUR HONEST INTROSPECTION

Very soon into the Stratford Festival’s production of All My Sons, we realize that we intimately know these people before us. We run into them by the hour in our daily lives. However, if we have the guts to admit … Continue reading

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