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Theatre Calgary’s 2015-16 season includes a new musical with a legendary musical pedigree (The Little Prince), a slew of Calgary acting icons (Haysam Kadri, Val Planche), taking turns direcing shows, a Canadian premiere (of Morris Panych’s The Shoplifters), a Broadway sensation (The Light in the Piazza), a time-honoured classic (Arthur Miller’s The Crucible), and Stephen Hair – in two shows (A Christmas Carol and The Shoplifters). 601 more words
How’s this for an experiment?
A theatricalized dance piece featuring women who look just like you, or your wife, or your mom, or your sister and not like some Condé Nast art director or CBS casting director’s idea of a woman, where everyone is size 0 and no one is allowed to grow old? 896 more words
It may be one of Leonard Cohen’s most beautiful melodies, but it’s hard to argue there is a burning need for a new version of Hallelujah. 834 more words
Here’s one reason to see a family-friendly holiday show: there’s not a Marvel superhero to be found anywhere.
That’s not to say there aren’t a few super powers on display, but for the most part, this year’s holiday offerings keep feet firmly on the ground, give or take Peter Pan, the Ghost of Christmas Past and Charlotte the spider and Aslan the Lion. 467 more words