Graduates reminisce on their time at the Phoenix
Graduating students look back on their favourite Phoenix memories.
Students prepare in anticipation of Presentation Day
Raeleigh Aberg and Olivia Reid-Friesen offer behind-the-scenes intel about Presentation Day.
BIPOC women shine in Phoenix mainstage
Two cast members of Shakespeare’s Women discuss their experiences as BIPOC women in theatre.
A Look Inside the Shakespeare’s Women Streaming Process
An interview with the “Shakespeare’s Women” Stream Director Sydney Hunt and Assistant Director Kevin Eastman.
From Page to Stage: Costumes to Characters
Check out the development of some of the female characters in “Shakespeare’s Women”, from costume design to final onstage character.
The Dumb Waiter featured as MFA Project
MFA candidate Francis Matheu directs Harold Pinter’s “The Dumb Waiter” for his spring studio project.
Talking about the Women of Shakespeare
Janelle Jenstad, a professor in the Department of English, shares her insights on the women of William Shakespeare’s plays and speaks to the significance of seeing them come together on stage.
Students navigate their first year in person at the Phoenix
First- and second-year students who spent much of last year online talk to the Phoenix Fire about their in-person experiences this year.
Learning about T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land
Dr. Magdalena Kay, a professor in the Department of English offers her insight to T.S. Eliot’s landmark modernest poem and what she’s looking forward to seeing in the staged performance.
The Waste Land and adapting poetry to movement
Prof. Conrad Alexandrowicz speaks about creating movement-based work for the stage out of the landmark poem The Waste Land.