REVIEW: The Book of Mormon a sacrilegious joy

REVIEW: The Book of Mormon a sacrilegious joy

In a world of the ridiculous, satire is king. The Book of Mormon proves it. There are a million ways to describe this big…

Ask a Mormon about The Book of Mormon

Ask a Mormon about The Book of Mormon

Ask a Mormon about…

Kids in the Hall return to Edmonton

Kids in the Hall return to Edmonton

The Kids in the…

Put it where the Sun don’t shine

Put it where the Sun don’t shine

They came to mock,…

Theatre community devastated after Roxy fire

Theatre community devastated after Roxy fire

People mourn the sudden…

Edmonton People, Places and Things of 2014
[RERUN]: Young Drunk Punk returns to origins
SHEER POETRY: Story slam man
Who needs Hollywood? Mark Meer on game fame
Grant Imahara on geeky delights at Edmonton Expo
(RERUN): Soap-a-Thon to inspire imaginations

(RERUN): Soap-a-Thon to inspire imaginations

During an improv workshop held before last year’s Die-Nasty Soap-a-Thon, instructor Patti Stiles asked if there was anybody who had never improvised. I was the only one who raised my hand. Everyone else applauded! Way to make a newbie feel…

FRINGE: Revenge of the Reviewed!

FRINGE: Revenge of the Reviewed!

Fringe artists have had a tempestuous relationship with their critics since there was Fringe. It’s symbiotic. Artists need critics. Critics need things to criticize. As local theatre guru Kenneth Brown says, “Intelligent criticism is a vital part of theatrical culture.”…

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