Centrefold Feature

A series of archival documents give us glimpses into Theatre Yes’s pan-Canadian and immersive Anxiety in Edmonton. And, for the walls of immersive theatre fans, a pop-out centerfold poster maps the journey of the artefacts and the cross-country collaborations of Anxiety’s participating companies: Northern Light Theatre (Edmonton), Theatre SKAM (Victoria), LoHiFi Productions (Halifax), Curtain Razors (Regina), Théâtre à corps perdus (Montreal), and Outside the March (Toronto).

  1. Fear + Time
  2. Heather Inglis
  3. pp. 36-47
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Features

  1. E-mmersion
  2. Natalie Alvarez, Aaron Willis
  3. pp. 5-8
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  1. BRANTWOOD: Canada’s Largest Experiment in Immersive Theatre
  2. Julie Tepperman, Mitchell Cushman
  3. pp. 9-14
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  1. Deep Lez Immersion: A Conversation with Killjoy’s Kastle Creators Deirdre Logue and Allyson Mitchell
  2. Moynan King
  3. pp. 15-20
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  1. Approaching Ambient Drama: Reflections on Two Immersive Experiments
  2. Alex McLean, Kate Cayley, Stewart Legere
  3. pp. 21-25
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  1. For This Land
  2. Jackson 2bears, Janet Rogers
  3. pp. 26-30
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  1. Head Under
  2. Kendra Fanconi
  3. pp. 31-35
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  1. Sound Immersion
  2. Adrienne Wong
  3. pp. 48-52
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  1. Gargantuan: The Thrills and Challenges of Creating Immersive Theatre
  2. Mark Hopkins, Charles Netto
  3. pp. 53-58
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  1. The Making of Nightmare Dream
  2. Mumbi Tindyebwa, Motion
  3. pp. 59-64
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  1. Origin Story: SKAMpede
  2. Matthew Payne
  3. pp. 65-70
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  1. By Fire
  2. Ken Schwartz
  3. pp. 71-74
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  1. Second Person, Singular
  2. Alex Dault, Liam Karry
  3. pp. 75-78
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  1. DECLARATION: When Indians Act
  2. Andy Moro
  3. pp. 79-84
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Views and Reviews

  1. Editorial: Radical Rehearsals
  2. Kimberley McLeod
  3. pp. 85-86
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  1. Why Theatre Now?
  2. Alan Filewod
  3. pp. 87-88
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  1. Sovereignty, Spirituality and Resurgence: A Proud Indigenous Theatre Community
  2. Lindsay Lachance
  3. pp. 89-91
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  1. When More Is More (or Too Much?): Multiple Languages on the Stage
  2. Piet Defraeye
  3. pp. 92-94
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  1. Raising the Tent on Circus Research: A Review of Cirque Global: Quebec’s Expanding Circus Boundaries
  2. Zita Nyarady
  3. pp. 95-97
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  1. Between the Archive and the Repertoire: History, Memory, Performance
  2. Isabel Stowell-Kaplan
  3. pp. 98-100
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Online Feature

Step into the immersive worlds created by six experimental theatre companies when they received mysterious props in the mail from Theatre Yes. A short documentary takes you inside Theatre Yes’ Anxiety, a pan-Canadian collaboration featuring six, ten-minute installations created by some of Canada’s most adventurous small theatre companies: Northern Light Theatre (Edmonton), Theatre SKAM (Victoria), Outside the March (Toronto), LoHiFi Production (Halifax), Curtain Razors (Regina), and Théâtre à corps perdus (Montreal).

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