REVIEW: Talking Turk a delightful entertainment

REVIEW: Talking Turk a delightful entertainment

You remember Zoltar the Talking Turk. In the penny arcades of yore, he was the dapper Eastern-looking chap in the turban who sat in…

MUSIC PREVIEW: Chilis for the books

MUSIC PREVIEW: Chilis for the books

Books could be written…

PLAYBILL: Teatro’s Talking Turk, take two

PLAYBILL: Teatro’s Talking Turk, take two

Teatro La Quindicina are…

Flailing Festivals in Flaming Flinders!

Flailing Festivals in Flaming Flinders!

It may seem like…

Splashy modern Ibsen still pining for the fjords

Splashy modern Ibsen still pining for the fjords

In his new production…

MUSIC PREVIEW: Good Qawwali!
PLAYBILL: Norwegian blue
MUSIC PREVIEW: Shredmonton attacks a second time
PLAYBILL: Yo Mama
Theo Fleury doc turns victims to victors
Bonnie and Clyde musical shoots to kill

Bonnie and Clyde musical shoots to kill

Bonnie & Clyde: The Two-Person, Six-Gun Musical has been bouncing around the North American theatre scene for nearly 20 years. Seeing possibilities for a small musical featuring just two performers, theatre enthusiasts Andrew Philip Herron, Doug Ritchie and, later, off-Broadway…

REVIEW: Smart Art

REVIEW: Smart Art

Art, a French language work by Yasmina Reza (translated by Christopher Hampton) opened in Paris in 1994 and quickly became one of the most produced plays in the world. It has won awards everywhere (including the Oliver in Britain and…

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