Monthly Archives: April 2010

The Top Ten Reasons That Impromptu Splendor Will Rock Your World

ron pederson, naomi snieckus, matt baram photo by skye regan The National Theatre of the World’s critically acclaimed show Impromptu Splendor is coming to the SuperNova Theatre Festival at Eastern Front Theatre in Halifax May 5th-8th. Impromptu Splendor, performed by … Continue reading

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Crocosmia Shines With a Brilliance Brighter than Just One Bulb

shamira turner, clare beresford, dominic conway Some plays you see and know right away that you will never forget them. Crocosmia, a play by Little Bulb Theatre in association with Farnham Maltings from Farnham, Surrey, England which plays until April … 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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Out of Hana’s Suitcase Flies Hope on Small Wings

l-r: amy lee, clarence sponagle photo: iden ford photography When I was little I used to think that a long time ago the whole world used to be in black and white. I would see old photographs and films and … Continue reading

Posted in allen macinnis, amy lee, clarence sponagle, dale yim, emil sher, eric trask, george brady, ginger ruriko busch, hana brady, lorraine kimsa theatre for young people, patricia vanstone, zoé doyle | Leave a comment
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