Walterdale takes on Oscar Wilde

Walterdale takes on Oscar Wilde

When asked how went the (1892) premiere of his first major play, Lady Windermere’s Fan, the evening before, playwright, bon vivant and master comic…

MUSIC PREVIEW: Waxing Half Moon Run

MUSIC PREVIEW: Waxing Half Moon Run

One of the finest…

Double Lunch launches new Edmonton music

Double Lunch launches new Edmonton music

It’s inevitable that Craig…

PLAYBILL: The Nutcracker is nuts

PLAYBILL: The Nutcracker is nuts

How in God’s name…

REVIEW: July Talk, he said, she said

REVIEW: July Talk, he said, she said

It’s clear the public…

MUSIC PREVIEW: July Talk all action
Edmonton Journal arts section gutted
PLAYBILL: Be like Scrooge
REVIEW: Embrace Anxiety with a brave heart
A Tribe Called Red: We are the human beings
REVIEW: Fen a bleak portrait of muddy misery

REVIEW: Fen a bleak portrait of muddy misery

In highly successful plays like Cloud 9 and Top Girls, English feminist playwright Caryl Churchill dramatically examines the abuse of power, sexual politics, women under duress and the evils of capitalism. She creates new forms and styles to present each…

REVIEW: We were so stupid back then

REVIEW: We were so stupid back then

Watching the checkered history of gay rights in the United States, which continues in headlines still today, it’s tempting to point a superior Canadian finger. But our record is not that distinguished, either. As recently as 1981, Toronto police raided…

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