REVIEW: Who’s converting who in The Conversion?

REVIEW: Who’s converting who in The Conversion?

The Conversion is a powerful new play from Edmonton’s small but feisty theatre troupe, “Kill Your Television.” The company has only produced about one…

Moby Dick comes alive in brilliant Studio Theatre play

Moby Dick comes alive in brilliant Studio Theatre play

Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick; or,…

THEATRE: Gordon the bleakest of black comedy

THEATRE: Gordon the bleakest of black comedy

Director Bradley Moss’ production…

REVIEW: ELOPE tackles City of Angels

REVIEW: ELOPE tackles City of Angels

For 33 years ELOPE…

REVIEW: Annie old, not tired

REVIEW: Annie old, not tired

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Heathers take black comedy to new heights

Heathers take black comedy to new heights

Heathers was a 1989 black comedy starring the then-little known Winona Ryder and Christian Slater. Apparently ’80s audiences weren’t buying the film’s mordant anti-Pretty In Pink ethic and it flopped at the box office. But like many a cult film…

Fractured fairy tale comes to life in concert

Fractured fairy tale comes to life in concert

Into The Woods opened Thursday night at the Winspear Centre – and it’s much more than just a concert based on Stephen Sondheim’s 1987 musical of cracked fairy tales. The production comes from Edmonton’s enterprising Two ONE-WAY Tickets To Broadway…

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