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01 Dec 2014

[REVIEW] Why James And The Giant Peach Is A Must See

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ByBlacks Rating: BBBBB 

17 Nov 2014

The Brothers Spoke And It Was Awesome

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ByBlacks review BBBB Imagine this. Six black male poets from across North America, inside the St. Lawrence Centre in downtown Toronto, a stage decorated scarcely with a mic, mic stand, two Up From the Roots banners and DJ Manifest stage left, decked out with his Mac, two turntables and a mixer.

05 Nov 2014

Toronto Actress Takes Up Role In New York Play "The Motherf---er With The Hat"

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Bob Kills Theatre kicks off the Toronto edition of “The Motherf---er with the Hat” on November 9th.

16 Oct 2014

Love, Sax and All That Jazz Heats Up Toronto

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Awarding-winning Gospel Artist Alan Charles’ hit UK comedy stage play Love, Sax and All That Jazz is coming to Toronto. 

01 Oct 2014

[REVIEW] I’ve been to the Mountaintop

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ByBlacks Rating: BBBBB Waiting for the lights to come down in Aki Studio Theatre, I am acutely aware that I have left 2014.

25 Jun 2014

Building Black Theatre

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The Piece of Mine Festival is the only Black Theatre Festival in Canada.

11 Jun 2014

I Need to Know Marcia Brown

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The Jamaican essence emanates energetically throughout Toronto, emerging and replenishing relentlessly within the hearts of many Jamaican Canadians.

07 May 2014

Find out why Directing is his passion, Nigel Shawn Williams talks theatre and BINGO!

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2 days before previews, and I’m speaking with Jamaican born Director Nigel Shawn Williams, about his current Directing career and his latest jaunt, BINGO!, written by award-winning Canadian playwright and

28 Mar 2014

[REVIEW] Ketch di riddim! Gimme One Riddim delivers again!

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ByBlacks Rating: BBBB

22 Mar 2014

"Dance is My Heartbeat" Natasha Powell's Journey to the Stage

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Natasha Powell, alongside Jasmyn Fyffe, is the co-creator behind the spectacular dance production Gimme One Riddim, which is having its third run at the Harbourfront Centre’s national dance series NextSteps,

21 Mar 2014

Jasmyn Fyffe on bringing back Ska music & dancing with Madonna!

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Before there was reggae there was ska. This little known fact is being resurrected and celebrated in the 2014 version of Gimme One Riddim, the highly successful dance and theatre production being remounted for the third time in less than one year.

15 Mar 2014

Diane Johnstone on acting and Desperate Church Wives

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It’s summer 2011 and I’m curious about this one-woman show advertised in the Toronto Fringe Festival. Jumping on the subway, arriving just on time, I sat in a pew (yes a church theatre) quite befitting this original play.

05 Feb 2014

The Face Behind New Musical Show: Voices of Orisa

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“No racial, no religious, no cultural title is required to witness this happiness and internal peace and serenity.” -VOICES OF ORISA-Echo of African Spirituality.

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