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@RHCPA 2015-2016 Season - the glee filled news

Yesterday, I ordered tickets to half the shows that interest me in the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts new season. There are a total of 27 productions from which to choose. 359 more words

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In A Crowded Market

I had the pleasure of attending an interview with Richard Ouzounian and Soulpepper Artistic Director Albert Schultz. During the event, Mr. Schultz said something which I added to my list of motivational quotes on my cellphone: “In a crowded market, you need to be bold.” 139 more words

Thinking Out Loud

SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY

By Edgar Lee Masters
Adapted by Mike Ross and Albert Schultz
Directed by Albert Schultz. At Soulpepper
Opened November 4, 2014

Transcending some moments whose ugly clichés, seemingly interbred by Deliverance and Tobacco Road, threaten to damage the work, Albert Schultz and Mike Ross’s musical adaptation of Edgar Lee Masters’s free-verse graveside monologues is a brilliant piece of theatre—the culmination, perhaps, of Ross’s talent as musical composer. 690 more words

Theatre

Theatre Review: Soulpepper resurrects one lively graveyard with Spoon River

Welcome to the graveyard. You’ll be amazed at how lively it is.

Spoon River is adapted, by Albert Schultz and Mike Ross, from Spoon River Anthology… 1,077 more words

Arts

Theatre Review: Soulpepper resurrects one lively graveyard with Spoon River

Welcome to the graveyard. You’ll be amazed at how lively it is.

Spoon River is adapted, by Albert Schultz and Mike Ross, from Spoon River Anthology… 1,077 more words

Arts

Theatre Review: Soulpepper's Of Human Bondage is neatly tied up in a woe

Gregory Prest makes his first appearance in Of Human Bondage, in which he plays the hero, through a trap door in a blaze of red light. 1,154 more words

Arts

Blue Rodeo, Brent Carver, Louise Lecavalier among Governor General’s performing arts laureates

OTTAWA — Six new performing arts laureates, from the fields of dance, theatre and music, have been announced in a ceremony in Montreal by Gov. Gen. 1,802 more words

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