Director David di Giovanni offers a compelling contemporary take on the Swedish classic, setting the play in 2008 - a time of tremendous upheaval, in both hope and despair - with the protagonist as a war journalist coming to terms with her experiences.
The new Foster Studio Series features two plays that tap into the theme of Extraordinary Lives: Difference and Ability to explore longing, loss and self-identity.
Theatre @ York launches its 2016/2017 season focusing on difference and ability with Thomas Bernhard’s “A Party for Boris”
This dark comedy uses the metaphor of disability to pose trenchant questions about human relationships and brutality in a violent world.
The Department of Theatre's YUFFA Fringe company returns to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with two shows: the bilingual children's fable "Head à Tête" and the existentialist play "The Concept".
York theatre students, faculty and alumni contribute their talents to Canadian Stage double bill.
Winters College, the university community affiliated with AMPD, honours exceptional student leaders for their contributions to the student experience.
"Making art is an act of courage" said Jillian Keiley, artistic director of English Theatre at Canada's National Arts Centre, in her stirring convocation address to graduating students.
Cinespace family gift opens doors to extraordinary experiential learning opportunities in motion media technology
The AMPD Motion Media Studio @ Cinespace will give students the opportunity to explore the creation, convergence and application of next-generation arts and entertainment media technologies, focusing on moving image production.