Graham Isador

Graham Isador is a writer and theatre creator based out of Toronto. He trained as a part of the playwright unit at Soulpepper Theatre. Isador's work has appeared at VICE, The Risk Podcast, and the punk rock satire site The Hard Times, among other places.

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Virtual art listings for the week of June 29: Your 10 best bets for online events

CBC Arts has your weekly guide to all the things Canadian artists are doing to help us pass the time at home.

Virtual art listings for the week of June 22: Your 10 best bets for online events

CBC Arts has your weekly guide to all the things Canadian artists are doing to help us pass the time at home.

Virtual art listings for the week of June 15: Your 10 best bets for online events

CBC Arts has your weekly guide to all the things Canadian artists are doing to help us pass the time at home.

Virtual art listings for the week of June 8: Your 10 best bets for online events

CBC Arts has your weekly guide to all the things Canadian artists are doing to help us pass the time at home.

Virtual art listings for the week of June 1: Your 10 best bets for online events

CBC Arts has your weekly guide to all the things Canadian artists are doing to help us pass the time at home.

Virtual art listings for the week of May 25: Your 10 best bets for online events

CBC Arts has your weekly guide to all the things Canadian artists are doing to help us pass the time at home.

As Factory Theatre marks 50 years, the ongoing fight for inclusivity on the Canadian stage blazes on

A (brutally) honest conversation with artistic director Nina Lee Aquino about the past, present and future of Factory and Canadian theatre.

This viral short film brings Pokémon to life — and it could only have been made in Saskatchewan

Joel Kereluke and Luke Halyk, the creative team behind Blister Cinema, have been able to reach massive worldwide audiences with their DIY films.

Tired of men dictating her sexiness, Lindsay Mullan redefined it for herself in this burlesque show

Her new show Tease blends burlesque and comedy to invite a bigger conversation about societal expectations for women.

I Promise: This children's book shows that queer comes in all colours, shapes and sizes

The new collaboration between Catherine Hernandez and Syrus Marcus Ware is a reflection of the communities they inhabit.

This American comedian went from Moose Jaw to Merrickville to dive into his obsession with Canada

The journey behind Dave Hill's new book was all aboot discovering his roots.

After burning out as a child actor, theatre turned Bryce Hodgson's life around. Now he's giving back

​Hodgson and his theatre company Blood Pact Theatre have opened Grand Canyon in Toronto to cultivate the same community that's been so important to him.

This play means healing: Exploring the parallels between colonization in Canada and the Philippines

Nine years in the making, Jo SiMalaya Alcampo's Hilot Means Healer celebrates Indigenous spirituality and resistance in times of occupation.

For better or worse, 29Rooms raises important questions about art in the age of Instagram

Do corporate partnerships offer invaluable opportunities for emerging artists — or just "selfie bait"?

The Caminos festival puts artists from the Latinx community and beyond centre stage in Toronto

This year's fest features 20 performances from artists across the country, and we're highlighting some of the shows we're most excited to see.

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