Latest from Chris Dupuis
World AIDS Day: How these 5 artists are responding to the ever-evolving reality of HIV
Early artist responses to HIV were a radical response to a devastating crisis — so what are they like in 2019?
How a few idealists danced their way to becoming one of Canada's most influential art institutions
When they came together in 1968 to form Toronto Dance Theatre, none of them thought they were starting a company that would last for 50 years.
Not your first 'rodeo': How this Calgary fest has become one of Canada's most exciting art events
The High Performance Rodeo is where you might find the next big hit to land at your local theatre — and we have some top picks for its 32nd edition.
These LGBTQ filmmakers want to make Winnipeg 'a beacon for CanCon'
"The community is so supportive and willing to help you out. In Winnipeg, I can make a movie with 50 bucks and some sandwiches from my mom."
This sci-fi play blends eerie phenomena with human emotion — and no two nights are the same
Birds making odd sounds. Flashes of purple in the sky. Unidentified men in black suits behaving suspiciously. Stranger things are coming to the New Brunswick stage.
Staging a new chapter: How SummerWorks is growing their mission by scaling back
For Canada's largest juried performance festival, it's quality over quantity as they begin their 2017 edition.
The little festival that could: How P.E.I.'s Island Fringe sets itself apart
With no theatres and only eight shows, It might be Canada's smallest fringe festival...but it sure has a big heart.
Anything can happen: Five shows that make Toronto Fringe worth checking out
Featuring more than 160 shows in 34 venues over 10 days, it's nearly impossible to pick what to see at the Toronto Fringe — but we're here to help you narrow it down.
From serial killers to teenage realness, these plays are 'lighting up' Regina Fringe
As the 2017 event prepares to open this weekend, we're highlighting some of the local talent making this year's festival one to watch.
'This dialogue has to happen': How this musical is confronting Canada's residential school history
Growing up, playwright Corey Payette learned almost nothing about Canada's dark residential school past. But now, he's putting that history centre stage.