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Lisa McKeown

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

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Anosh Irani's play juxtaposing two distinct worlds – one in Canada, the other in India – feels deeply relevant, but the humour doesn't always land more

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Jill Harper's production of Ruby Rae Spiegel's play about teenagers and secrets makes a splash in Cue6 staging more

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Walk-about production of the Shakespeare comedy at Berczy Park is provocative and refreshing more

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Cory Thibert's autobiographical solo show about how his parents' cerebral palsy affected him is charming and poignant more

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Dennie Theodore's play about dating in middle age is cute and comical but lacks an edge more

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Musical bromantic adventure is a delight from start to finish more

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Beautiful ensemble piece about a woman's psyche will leave you feeling uplifted more

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Despite some solid acting, this play about a gay writer being evicted from his dead partner's apartment features politics that are confused and preachy more

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Rob Gee's solo show about a demential patient solving a murder mystery is humane, informative and entertaining more

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Deborah Shaw's historical solo show should be heartbreaking but may leave you dry-eyed more

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Play about millennial politics is undone by its own smugness more

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Parody show makes good use of its site-specific setting, but the result needs drastic improvement more

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