1. Signal Theatre, Creation, and Actor Training
  2. Michael Greyeyes
  3. pp. 1-2
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  1. Equity in Theatre: A Project for Change
  2. Rebecca Burton, Laine Zisman Newman
  3. pp. 5-7
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  1. Where Are All the Women? Equity, Post-Feminism, and Canadian Theatre
  2. Michelle MacArthur
  3. pp. 8-13
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  1. Indigenizing the Role of Ally
  2. Cole Alvis
  3. pp. 14-19
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  1. The Danger of a Single Story
  2. Valerie Sing Turner
  3. pp. 20-25
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  1. Black Plays Matter: Watah Theatre, Creating Safe Space for Black Artists in These Dangerous Times
  2. d’bi.young anitafrika
  3. pp. 26-31
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  1. Insatiable Sisters/Sister Solidarity
  2. Kim Katrin Milan, Gein Wong
  3. pp. 32-34
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  1. Equity and the Academy: A Survey of Theatre Productions at Canadian Post-Secondary Institutions
  2. Nicholas Hanson, Alexa Elser
  3. pp. 35-39
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  1. An Open Letter to the Artist as a Young Woman or Man; Or, Why We Need to Talk about Race
  2. Marilo Nuñez
  3. pp. 40-42
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  1. Disability Arts and Equity in Canada
  2. Michele Decottignies
  3. pp. 43-47
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  1. Feminism as a Marketing Tool: Calgary’s Urban Curvz
  2. Shelley Scott
  3. pp. 48-54
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  1. Transitioning the Theatre Industry
  2. Sunny Drake
  3. pp. 55-59
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  1. In Conversation with Women Artistic Directors
  2. Micheline Chevrier, ahdri zhina mandiela, Yvette Nolan, Mieko Ouchi, Beatriz Pizano, Sarah Garton Stanley
  3. pp. 60-64
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  1. Keys
  2. Falen Johnson
  3. pp. 65-68
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  1. Un-Settling
  2. nisha ahuja
  3. pp. 69-73
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  1. Ms. Canadian Reality
  2. Leah-Simone Bowen
  3. pp. 74-76
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  1. Editorial
  2. J. Paul Halferty
  3. p. 77
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  1. Daring to Challenge Pervasive and Unfair Discrimination in the Theatre Industry
  2. Louise H. Forsyth
  3. pp. 78-80
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  1. On Blending In and Standing Out
  2. Alana Gerecke
  3. pp. 81-83
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  1. Seven Reasons Why I Believe We (Still) Need a Queer Theatre
  2. Brendan Healy
  3. pp. 84-86
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  1. Performing Prostitution and Pedophilia: The Case of Poverty Cove’s Rabbit Rabbit
  2. Hans Rollmann
  3. pp. 87-89
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