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Marsha Lederman

Marsha Lederman
Western Arts Correspondent

Marsha Lederman is the Western Arts Correspondent for The Globe and Mail, based in Vancouver. She covers the film and television industry, visual art, literature, music, theatre, dance, cultural policy, and other related areas. Before joining The Globe, Marsha worked for CBC Radio, mostly in Toronto, where she held a variety of positions, including National Arts Reporter, morning news editor, and founding senior producer on Q. Marsha also worked for many years in private radio as a reporter, news anchor and talk show host. She was born in Toronto and has lived in Vancouver since 2007.

Latest articles
Canada’s Esi Edugyan shortlisted for prestigious Man Booker Prize for Fiction
The inspiration behind Esi Edugyan’s latest novel Washington Black Subscriber content
Theatre Review
Review: Honour Beat, an important work of Indigenous art, watered down by complexity
Robert Munsch’s countless acts of kindness to schools
The Enthusiast: A must-read for every woman
Main Galloway complainant urges university policy change
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In the age of Trump, the art on racism by African-American Kerry James Marshall seems absolutely vital Subscriber content
A romp with Crazy Rich Asians creator Kevin Kwan Subscriber content
Film Review
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Canadian artist David Milne gets his first major exhibition in his home country in 30 years Subscriber content
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Word Vancouver executive director Chelene Knight resigns, leaving fate of literary festival unclear Subscriber content
Theatre Review
Review: Beatles-inspired As You Like It a joyful adaptation you’ll want to see twice
Art
Winnipeg Art Gallery’s exhibition of Labrador Inuit art a righting of history
Book Review
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