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Review: The House of Bernarda Alba

The House of Bernarda Alba is a gripping and emotional play whose symbols and characters remain relevant 80 years after its original setting

Review: Don’t Wake the Damp

Kill the Beast’s play allows the audience to explore the mind-set of four different types of characters through tropes, evacuations, and a mysterious monster masked as rising damp

Review: Women’s Hour

An hour full of laughs, mocking and challenging the status quo

Review: Whose Sari Now

Whose Sari Now presents the audience with two intersectional struggles: fighting assimilation as an Asian woman and pushing to be understood, heard, and accepted as an Asian trans man

Review: The Privileged

The Privileged is a true work of art: Full of daring techniques to subvert the audience-actor relationship and break the ice when discussing race, rule-breaking, and respect

Review: A Pacifist’s Guide to the War on Cancer

The play that tells society how to speak about and live with the big C word