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Here’s a Push: Go See This is About The Push!

jennifer villaverde, kimwun perehinec, naomi wright This is About the Push is a fascinating new play written by Rachel Blair which plays at the Factory Theatre Studio as part of the Toronto Fringe Festival. An exploration of women at war, … Continue reading

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It’s Never Love, It’s Always Business in Featuring Loretta

kevin hanchard and lesley faulkner star in george f. walker’s comedic featuring loretta, may 1 – june 20, 2010, at factory theatre. ed gass donnelly photograph. Whenever I attend shows at Factory Theatre I always find myself examining the theatre … Continue reading

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A Fabulous Disaster Lives Up To Its Name

denise clarke “Tonight could be the first day of the rest of my life,” says the woman onstage clad in a strange white jumpsuit and military style boots, “Or last.” And thus begins One Yellow Rabbit’s (Calgary) production of A … Continue reading

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On Blood Mixing and Mixing It Up

kim harvey and billy merasty in where the blood mixes by kevin loring  photo by david cooper Kevin Loring’s play Where The Blood Mixes, which plays at the Factory Theatre until April 18th as part of Factory Theatre’s Festival of … Continue reading

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