Sarah Lazarovic––curator of the garage-based Montrose Portrait Gallery of Canada––is painting a portrait of a Torontonian (be they dog walkers, donut makers, or Dan Levy) every day for one hundred days. Each Monday, we’ll feature one of those portraits here.
You can’t open a playbill in this town without it containing some witty, dramaturgical words from playwright Hannah Moscovitch. Essay and The Russian Play, two of her popular Summerworks one-acts, make a double bill at The Factory Theatre for a few more weeks. Together, they offer dancing, Russians, and a recontextualization of history through an equine lens.