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Hopegrown Productions’ Caesar Bites videos provide Shakespeare-in-the-Park fans a behind-the-scenes peek of Repercussion Theatre’s all-female cast production of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar!

In this installment of Caesar Bites, the cast and crew of #ReperCaesar offer their advice about how to have the best Shakespeare-in-the-Park experience possible! Planning your evening of theatre under the stars just got easier!

Stay tuned for more!

Repercussion Theatre and the West Island Mission – Community Connections 2016

This year, Repercussion Theatre is proud to partner with the West Island Mission/Mission de l’Ouest de l’Île at three of our performances (namely, July 20, 22, and 26) in the hopes of bolstering the Mission’s efforts. To further the Mission’s work to help those struggling with poverty in the West Island, we ask that audience members attending our West Island performances think of bringing along a contribution. Representatives from the West Island Mission will be on site, accepting donations of non-perishable food items, and new school supplies, as well as financial donations.

WIMFoodDriveBy supporting the West Island Mission, you help bring joy and hope to the less fortunate across the West Island, directly making a difference at a local, community level. Please stop by the WIM tent to learn about their efforts, and how you can help.

More information about the West Island Mission can be obtained by visiting their website – click here.

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Julius Caesar and Repercussion’s Karen Oberer Featured in The Canadian Jewish News

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Giving a glimpse of the process behind the play, Karen Oberer’s work as Repercussion’s resident dramaturge is explored in an article by The Canadian Jewish News‘ Heather Solomon. The work of providing cast and company members with background materials and scholarly articles is foregrounded in Solomon’s piece, and we are reminded that incredible amounts of work, including literary and historical research, are needed to stage a play. Continue Reading →