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Imago Theatre is a catalyst for conversation, an advocate for equal representation and a hub for stories about unstoppable women.




Ann-Marie MacDonald: “Tell Everyone”

Ann-Marie MacDonald has graciously given Imago her permission to post her opinion piece originally published in The Globe and Mail, January 12,...
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Not child’s play – revisioning theatre practice to accomodate parenting

When we head to work, there’s a pressure to leave our family behind at home. A separation between the two realms. But for theatre artists who...
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Engaging youth in politics because Apathy is Boring

  As a part of our Revision to Resist Blog Series, we asked Apathy is Boring Programs Manager Stephanie Jeremie’s opinion on women and...
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Polari: tracking societal changes through language

A separate “in-group” language can be vital to marginalized individuals’ survival. TALK, in Suzan-Lori Parks’ Fucking A, and Nüshu are both forms of...
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REVISIONING THE MALE GAZE IN FILM

“It’s  the stories we choose to tell, how we choose to tell them and who we are telling them for.“-Filmmaker Wiebke von Carolsfeld EL: How does...
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Micheline Chevrier speaks to Yiara about Her Side of the Story: Revision to Resist

This interview was originally published in Yiara, a feminist art and art history publication. From October 31 to November 5, Imago Theatre, a...
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Revisioning the city: perspectives from an urban planner

In our continuing series about revisioning, I asked urban planner Jessica Chen (陳婉瑜), founder of Wabi Sabi Planning Laboratories to answer a few...
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Revisioning Turtle Island

I thought I had a relatively good education growing up, going to “academic schools” and yet I was shocked at the amount of Indigenous...
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Revisioning the criminal justice system

With men making up the majority of law-makers and judges in both Canada and the US (some stats here, here and here), the criminal justice...
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Revisioning cityscapes from a feminist point of view: wild spaces

In putting together this revisioning blog series we thought about the invisible structures that we move in, breathe in, occupy, operate within...
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