NEWSIES: Weak story, amazing dance

NEWSIES: Weak story, amazing dance

NEWSIES has certainly had a checkered career. It began its life as a Disney live action film in 1992 and immediately laid an egg,…

Chess meets ABBA in Walterdale musical

Chess meets ABBA in Walterdale musical

A musical about chess…

Vow of celibacy FAIL in Shakespeare sex farce

Vow of celibacy FAIL in Shakespeare sex farce

Love’s Labour’s Lost may…

Romeo and Juliet jazzed up in the park

Romeo and Juliet jazzed up in the park

Those two lovestruck teenagers…

REVIEW: Stephanie Wolfe takes on Lily Tomlin

REVIEW: Stephanie Wolfe takes on Lily Tomlin

There are one-person shows…

Young cast soars in Rent revival
REVIEW: New Lemoine an absurdist delight
Varscona Theatre REBORN!
REVIEW: Who’s converting who in The Conversion?
Moby Dick comes alive in brilliant Studio Theatre play
THEATRE: Gordon the bleakest of black comedy

THEATRE: Gordon the bleakest of black comedy

Director Bradley Moss’ production of Morris Panych’s play Gordon is billed as a black comedy – but might be called a bleak comedy because they don’t get much bleaker. Gordon is not for the faint of heart. It’s full of…

REVIEW: ELOPE tackles City of Angels

REVIEW: ELOPE tackles City of Angels

For 33 years ELOPE (Ensemble for Lyrical Operetta Productions Edmonton) has been presenting musical entertainments for Edmonton audiences. They are not a professional or even semi-professional troupe. They come completely out of the community and represent an opportunity for those…

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