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REVIEW: Julius Caesar

Most critics, it appears, would prefer to bury Julius Caesar, not praise it. This touring production of Shakespeare's quintessential political drama by Bell Shakespeare Company is a conglomeration of misguided choices, displacing the play's inherent intrigue with audience bewilderment over set design, costumes and gender substitution. Director, James Evans seems so intent on producing a […]

My Urrwai

In her first solo show, Ghenoa Gela invites audiences to explore the complex political, social, colonial and cultural expectations that she navigates on a daily basis. Autobiographical in nature, My Urrwai is a collection of unique and deeply personal stories told through movement and words. Guided by the direction of Rachael Maza, Gela puts on […]