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Reflections from our Artistic Director

Reflection from our Artistic Director Weyni Mengesha on June 5, 2020 While sitting down for dinner with my husband and two little boys this past February, my five-year-old said “Mom,…

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Soulpepper Perspectives: Oliver Dennis

Well. I’m writing this at the beginning of week 11 of self isolation. I’m isolating with my wife, Deb Drakeford, and our 2 grown children in our little house in…

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Soulpepper Perspectives: Nancy Palk

Hello to all of you Soulpepper patrons, and colleagues. Hope you are well, and not suffering with symptoms of the virus, or from the loneliness of self isolation and social…

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Soulpepper Perspectives: Mike Ross

Strange, beautiful, challenging times. I have had some of the highest and lowest moments of my life through the last 6 weeks. Watching opportunities for artists to share their talents,…

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STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Executive Director Emma Stenning

I moved to Canada almost 18 months ago now, and besides the company of my two much adored cats, came here alone. At the time, my family and friends often asked…

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Neverland Welcomes New Lost Boys!

Bad Hats Theatre’s Peter Pan is back again this year, and the team is excited to welcome some new (and familiar) faces join the team in Neverland this year. Gabriella…

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November 6, 2015

Soulpepper’s Slaight Family Director Music talks about musical creation and the return of Spoon River. What is appealing to you about the musical format as a theatre artist? Combining story…

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August 5, 2015

Soulpepper’s City Youth Academy is a six-week intensive summer training program for promising young artists in Toronto ages 16-19. Ten youth this summer will be given six weeks of skills…

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July 30, 2015

This fall, Soulpepper is presenting the return of one of its most successful production’s, The Play’s the Thing. Based on Ferenc Molnar’s 1926 Hungarian script and with a faithful adaption…

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