Laugh, cringe and think: Metis Mutt a triumph over racism

Laugh, cringe and think: Metis Mutt a triumph over racism

“My name is Sheldon Elter and I’ll be your native comedian for the night” – and thus the Edmonton-based actor-musician-comic (and a whole pile…

Motown the Musical: Berry Gordy’s lavish love letter to himself

Motown the Musical: Berry Gordy’s lavish love letter to himself

Motown: The Musical begins…

PLAYBILL: Metis Mutt matures

PLAYBILL: Metis Mutt matures

“I am Metis –…

FORE! Locals let loose on links in Ladies Foursome

FORE! Locals let loose on links in Ladies Foursome

Norm Foster is probably…

PLAYBILL: All about the women

PLAYBILL: All about the women

Anyone complaining that women…

HMS Pinafore: A jazz cruise with pizzazz
Tears mix with laughter in remarkable one-man show
REVIEW: Brilliant play for short attention spans …
PLAYBILL: Ever been to sea?
PLAYBILL: Whose Worst Year Ever?
REVIEW: Shakespeare’s R&J gives new life to classic romance

REVIEW: Shakespeare’s R&J gives new life to classic romance

Shakespeare’s R&J, from Edmonton’s adventurous indie-theatre Kill Your Television, is a remount of their successful original, which won a Sterling Award for Outstanding Independent Production. The play is billed as a “re-imagining” of the original by director Kevin Sutley, and…

Sweet seedy dreams in Slumberland Motel

Sweet seedy dreams in Slumberland Motel

C.M. Zuby’s set design for the world premiere of Shadow Theatre’s comedy-drama Slumberland Motel drops us down in every seedy motel room you’ve ever seen – shabby tiles on the floor, plastic lampshades, chintzy clown posters on the wall. You…

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