#CdnCult Times; Volume 1, Edition 2

#CdnCult Times; Volume 1, Edition 2

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This week, contributors from Vancouver, Saskatoon and (nominally) Ottawa approach different questions with regards to a National Culture. These pieces are integrally related to last week’s edition, which explored the concepts that surround A National Theatre.

Our second edition asks questions about identity, history, culture and in some cases how theatre can work to alter and illuminate these relationships. As a unit, they reject the notion that we are post-anything, but that this need not be an impediment to understanding or illumination.

Michael Wheeler
Editor-in-Chief: #CdnCult Times

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Michael is Artistic Director of SpiderWebShow, which he co-created with Creative Catalyst Sarah Garton Stanley. He was previously Executive Director and Transformation Designer of Generator, where he led the transition from a fee-for-service model named STAF, to the current capacity-building model it operates on.
Since 2003, he has run Toronto-based Praxis Theatre, with which he has directed 14 plays and curated several festivals while writing for and running performance-based websites. He teaches regularly at The National Theatre School and Queen’s University, where SpiderWebShow is currently in residence.