REVIEW: Stephanie Wolfe takes on Lily Tomlin

REVIEW: Stephanie Wolfe takes on Lily Tomlin

There are one-person shows that are linked to certain famous actors, such as Hal Holbrook as Mark Twain or, more recently, Breaking Bad’s Bryan…

Young cast soars in Rent revival

Young cast soars in Rent revival

The story of the…

REVIEW: New Lemoine an absurdist delight

REVIEW: New Lemoine an absurdist delight

I’ll bet you didn’t…

Varscona Theatre REBORN!

Varscona Theatre REBORN!

A packed house of…

Moby Dick comes alive in brilliant Studio Theatre play
THEATRE: Gordon the bleakest of black comedy
REVIEW: ELOPE tackles City of Angels
REVIEW: Annie old, not tired
REVIEW: West Side Story a vibrant revival
REVIEW: Hair a joyful 1960s revival

REVIEW: Hair a joyful 1960s revival

The 1960s were the “dawning of the Age of Aquarius” – Aquarius being the sixth sign of the zodiac. Society was in ferment, hippies were in the streets, the sexual revolution was upon us, the Vietnam war was polarizing American…

REVIEW: Shumka tells uplifting tale

REVIEW: Shumka tells uplifting tale

In their first years in the early 1960s Edmonton’s Ukrainian Shumka Dancers were known for their bucolic rural dances, colourful costumes, broad folksy humour and their signature hyper-athletic style of dance. But the company’s ambitions reached far beyond that. They…

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