PLAYBILL: Awkward encounters

PLAYBILL: Awkward encounters

A Muslim, a Jew, an African-American and a white person have a heated conversation over dinner in New York City. What could possibly go…

Gender a moot point in powerful Henry V

Gender a moot point in powerful Henry V

Shakespeare’s Henry V is…

PLAYBILL: Bang Stomp Bang

PLAYBILL: Bang Stomp Bang

Shif-shif-shif-shif, ca-klap, baDOOM, a-boom,…

Toruk the stuff of recurring dreams

Toruk the stuff of recurring dreams

Toruk – The First…

PLAYBILL: Christmas wholesomeness

PLAYBILL: Christmas wholesomeness

‘Twas the night before…

Beauty from the ashes in Burning Bluebeard
PLAYBILL: Burning Bluebeard: Too soon?
Walterdale takes on Oscar Wilde
PLAYBILL: The Nutcracker is nuts
PLAYBILL: Be like Scrooge
REVIEW: Embrace Anxiety with a brave heart

REVIEW: Embrace Anxiety with a brave heart

Edmonton’s “Theatre Yes” is not a company to sit us in theatre seats while we watch thespians perform. It demands that audiences not just join in but give themselves to the experience. No, you will not be expected to create…

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…

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