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SummerWorks 2018

bluemouth inc.'s immersive, interactive live podcast about difference is an ambitious, if unfocused, work-in-development more

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Here are the latest reviews from the West Queen West performance festival more

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UnSpun Theatre's interactive piece of live art about memory and loss is an unforgettable experience more

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Brian Francis's play inspired by a decades-old gay personals ad is full of wisdom, humour and heartbreaking honesty more

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Imaginative play about a fantasy swim team acts as a strong metaphor for the limitations on women in post-revolution Iran more

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Laura Quigley's play-in-development about motherhood is tense, sad and often lovely more

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Ahmad Meree's powerful play following a Syrian man's first New Year's Eve in Canada is a searing solo show more

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Jessica Moss's comic murder-mystery mashup needs some more development more

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Katie Lyle and Shelby Wright's work-in-development is alternately enchanting, cinematic and banal more

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Linnea Swan takes potshots at modern dance and stays right on the edge of bitterness and hilarity more

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Amanda Cordner shines in solo show about racism and otherness within the boundaries of friendship more

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Satirical work-in-progress set in a 1980s mall hair salon easily makes the cut more

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Entertaining interactive show about dividing up $1000 will make you rethink money and capitalism more

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Walkabout storytelling show will make you see the city – and your place in it – in a different way more

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Aisha Sasha John's multimedia solo show is too introspective and repetitive more

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Show about the history of Hong Kong needs clearer direction and a stronger point of view more

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Tanya Marquardt's musical punk memoir could use some fine-tuning more

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All-female remount of this meta-theatrical debate about a seemingly endless series of topics is a clear winner more

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Young women and non-binary youth share their stories in a raw and moving work that showcases honesty and strength more

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Erika Batdorf's show about art and mental illness is enhanced by technology and strong performances more

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