Meet the Canadian Who Wants to be Poland’s ‘Luckiest Jew’
Michael Rubenfeld has taken an offensive custom and put his own spin on it.
Views My Own
The Response to SLĀV Has Exposed Quebec’s Racial Tensions
The show, which featured mostly white actors singing black slave songs, shows how black artists are often excluded from telling their own stories.
Canadian Indie Music Icons Are Turning to Theatre
Members of Broken Social Scene and Billy Talent are producing plays in hopes of connecting to a less-smartphone connected audience.
Everything You Learn in Clown College
Clown school sounds like hell.
We Talked to Artists About How Sobering Up Changed Their Work
What happens when you finally stop drinking on stage?
We Asked People What Childhood Moment Shaped Them the Most
Here are the stories people told their therapists about.
How to Taste, Smell and Touch a Piece of Music with Your Skin
I was sceptical until I was blindfolded, led around a room and dragged across the floor as part of an immersive concert.
Nellie Eden; Photos by Jake Lewis
A New Play Explores What It’s Like to Live with HIV
It's a very modern look at an epidemic that is sometimes, mistakenly, thought of as a thing of the past.
Arts and Music Venues in North America Are Now Training Staff for ‘Active Shooter’ Situations
But not everyone agrees with the type of training as Seattle staffers were told by police to fight back, not flee.
I Spent the Night in a Hentai Porn Theatre at Canada’s Biggest Anime Convention
The first rule of anime porn club is keep your hands where everyone can see them.
How to Write a 'Radical' Play About Mao, Modern Politics, and the Chinese Revolution
We Spoke to Anders Lustgarten about his epic new play 'The Sugar Coated Bullets of the Bourgeoisie.'
How to Make a Play About Technology as Human as Possible
'Darknet' opens this week at London's Southwark Playhouse. Playwright Rose Lewenstein and director Russell Bender discuss their creative process.