Check back with us in mid-June for news about the Artists joining us from Bolivia, Colombia, Haiti, Argentina, and New Zealand
I was wondering, after the election in the fall, whether this show was being outpaced by events – could it still be relevant? Read more on “What I learned from What I learned from a decade of fear in 2016 (notes from the Director)” »
In 2012, our passion for the complex visionary theatre-maker, José Manuel Freidel (1951-1990) brought Liliana and I together miles away from our native Colombia.
Aluna Theatre is proud to announce the complete line-up for CAMINOS 2015.
We’re thrilled to announce that three very talented women will be joining us at Aluna for the 2015-16 season.
Embarking on our first two weeks of the experimental translation lab ensemble, all of us were in the same boat; committed, excited and curious but without having any sense as to where exactly we’re headed with this whole thing. Read more on “Letters from the ensemble” »
(Toronto, ON) Having celebrated the success of our past season with nine Dora nominations for two major productions, and six wins for our co-production of Blood Wedding | Bodas de Sangre with Modern Times, Aluna presents a 2015-2016 season of collaborations with emerging and established artists.
Our first set of experiments will be held over two weeks this June. We’ve just completed auditions and are so happy to announce the Interpretation Lab’s Core Ensemble members: Read more on “The Interpretation Lab begins” »