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There's genuine poetry and stage magic in Slava Polunin's acclaimed physical theatre show more

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Susanna Fournier's Empire Trilogy – an ambitious experiment in serial narrative – gets off to a smashing start more

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Tawiah Ben M'Carthy's Dora Award-winning solo show illustrates how important it is to reject rigid norms more

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Two-person adaptation of the holiday classic is crammed with pop culture references and theatrical innovation more

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Christopher Morris's play about a member of Israel's volunteer rescue and recovery team conveys the vagaries of trauma with urgency more

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Duncan Macmillan's play about depression and mental illness makes for thrilling and deeply intimate theatre more

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Cesar Ghisilieri

Silk Bath Collective and Soulpepper's anti-authoritarian tale cribs everything from 1984 to The Hunger Games more

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Jeremy Mimnagh

Beatriz Pizano's one-woman show at Theatre Centre is a personal story of illness, dying and grief across geographical divides more

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Dahlia Katz

Sharp writing and skilled performances make this play a fascinating take on memory and denial more

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Dahlia Katz

Stacey Gregg's play about a non-binary teen convicted of sexual assault for not disclosing their gender is devastatingly brilliant more

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Eric Woolfe's puppet-filled retro science fiction sex tragedy at Eldritch Theatre lives up to its bizarre premise more

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David Cooper

Remount of playwright Will Eno's Shaw Festival hit is a mesmerizing exploration of human interaction and impermanence more

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Jeremy Mimnagh

Minimalist stage show about an emotionally charged trip to Poland demonstrates the power of theatre to make you think and feel more

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Cylla von Tiedemann

Jason Sherman’s play about the Canadian intellectual features a bravura lead performance by R.H. Thomson more

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Scott Gorman

Stage adaptation of the CanLit heavyweight's novella turns Greek myths on their heads, but it's sunk by a cluttered and uneven production more

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Beautifully acted and directed production of Caryl Churchill's brief play speaks to our current and universal fears more

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World premieres of Her Inside Life and Kill The Poor prove that really bad life events can make for really good theatre more

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Janice Jo Lee's savagely funny solo show about cultural identity feels overly long, but many of her observations are right on target more

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Porte Parole and Crow's Theatre's mix of verbatim theatre and open debate helps bridge the political divide more

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But the play, though written with passion, feels strangely unfinished more

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