Category Archives: ben stone

Uncle Oscar’s Experiment: 10 years later & still defying death

sue leblanc in the 2003 production of uncle oscar’s experiment The 10th Anniversary production of Zuppa Theatre’s Uncle Oscar’s Experiment is an imaginative and delightful Expressionistic exploration of the traditions of the Grand Guignol and solidifies theatrically and musically as … Continue reading

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Zuppa Attains Gigantick Emotions

susan leblanc & stewart legere The first thing that struck me upon entering the Neptune Scotiabank Studio Theatre for Zuppa Theatre’s production of The Attaining Gigantick Dimensions, which closes there tonight, was the gorgeously crafted set, created by Katherine Jenkins-Ryan … Continue reading

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The Debacle is Anything But

sue leblanc-crawford photo by scott munn               When I was an undergraduate student at Dalhousie University, Zuppa Circus Theatre, now known most often just as Zuppa Theatre, was the very beating heart of Halifax’s optimistically emerging independent theatre scene. Zuppa shows … Continue reading

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I’d Like to Propose Some Toast: To Poor Boy

What does it take to be a rock star? What happens when a rock star dies? What about the greatest lover of your life? Can she be replaced? Enter The River’s Edge Hotel and get introduced to Sherman Oakes, a … Continue reading

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