Review: Many Loves' Tender Mercy in Love and Death

"The themes are Love and Death, and as with any play about death it is entirely concerned with life; particularly with the ephemera that accumulate into a life lived or a love fulfilled: phone messages, train trips, mums and dads, hobbies, vacations, growing old. ...

"Many Loves is a tender, playful, ritualized exploration of that nexus. In its last magical moments it brings us full circle, back to the joyful beginnings of life; ever-renewing, ever-lasting.You have two chances to see Many Loves at Queer Acts theatre Festival: tonight at 7:30pm; Saturday at 9:00pm. I highly recommend it."


Free Theatre Tickets For Youth

Organizers of the Queer Acts Theatre Festival, running from July 13-17, are proud to announce that LGBTQ+ youth 20 years of age and under will be offered free rush tickets to performances at the 2016 Queer Acts Theatre Festival. Queer Acts calls these free tickets for youth, Fierce Freebies.


MAJOR! Trans Activist Film Gala Opening for Queer Film Fest

The 2016 OUTeast Film Festival presented by RBC is proud to bring MAJOR! to Halifax. “I can’t wait to watch this film with our audience,” said Jenna Dufton, OUTeast Festival Director of Programming. “Trans women of colour are typically so under/misrepresented. We are extremely lucky to have Miss Major as an elder and driving force for the greater queer community. I’m proud OUTeast can shine a spotlight on a true hero of queer history and play a part in sharing her story more widely.”



At 5:30 PM on Thursday, May 19th, at The Company House on Gottingen Street in Halifax, OUTeast will host a toast to the 2016 program of films and special events we're bringing to Halifax from June 16-19, 2016. The Program Launch is a free, all-ages event - those under 19 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The Company House is wheelchair accessible and has several gender neutral washrooms.


Why I'll Be In Court Tomorrow Morning

"I know it's short notice and that most people will be at work. if you can be there, that'd be great! If you can't, well, maybe take a moment between 9:30 and 10:00 a.m. and remember the kindness of Raymond. Those of us who can be there will bear witness for you." - Hugo Dann


The Sentencing Hearings of Andre Denny: Casting a Queer Eye. Part II

{Speaking for the Crown} Mr. Heerema goes through the chronolgy of events. He tells us that Raymond and Mr. Denny had never met before that night. He relates that Raymond intervened to protect his friend who was being threatened by Mr. Denny, and how Mr. Denny then turned on him. He describes in grim detail the blows delivered to Raymond and the injuries he sustained. Calling the crime a "vicious, gratuitous beating that was senseless and unprovoked,” with rhetorical flourish he says, “Mr. Taavel was in the path of a storm that night.”



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