PLAYBILL: Shumka keeps it real

PLAYBILL: Shumka keeps it real

The Ukrainian Shumka Dancers have turned down an offer to participate in an all-Shumka parody of West Side Story to tell the tale of…

Foote in The Door is in good with Company

Foote in The Door is in good with Company

Foote in The Door…

Pretty Goblins pretty awesome

Pretty Goblins pretty awesome

Twin sisters: even in…

Infinity is the perfect amount of time

Infinity is the perfect amount of time

Playwright Hannah Moscovitch doesn’t…

PLAYBILL: Robin Hood flower
PLAYBILL: Can’t go wrong with Elvis
Going To St. Ives a powerful conversation
SLUT: Let’s talk about sex
Undercover best game of Clue ever
PLAYBILL: Women rule Edmonton theatre

PLAYBILL: Women rule Edmonton theatre

The only thing that’s missing from the new interactive murder mystery at the Citadel Theatre is the murder. Spoiler: It’s not a real murder. Also missing is any notion that the improvisational crime thriller Undercover (A Spontaneous Theatre Creation) is…

The School for Scandal shockingly relevant today

The School for Scandal shockingly relevant today

The School for Scandal was written by Richard Brindsley Sheridan in 1777. As a piece of satire about Georgian-era social intrigues, it has proven to have remarkable durability and has spoken to successive generations of theatregoers about their own times.…

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