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Bonfire Festival sets imaginations alight with improv action

If you thought improv was a bit of a risk in the first place, think improv on steroids. Off-brand, street-level steroids. The really wacky ones. 662 more words

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Going Undercover with the crack improvisers of Spontaneous Theatre: a review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

“I like your thinking,” says the tough-cookie Det. Sergeant (Rebecca Northan), snapping her gum approvingly at the rookie detective from time to time in the course of… 800 more words

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The Value of Images: Theatre Advertising on Instagram

After finally starting my journey with Instagram, I quickly became infatuated with this visual-based social media platform. Primarily, as I am pursuing a career in theatre, the industry is already well suited for this form of visual marketing.  313 more words

Undercover a heartfelt collaboration between actors and audience

It’s your first day on the job, and someone gets murdered. It’s your responsibility to find out who did it. A large crowd, sipping alcoholic beverages, watches you. 721 more words

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Undercover: spontaneous detective work with improv queen Rebecca Northan

By Liz Nicholls 12thnight.ca

“Everyone has the capacity to improvise,” declares Rebecca Northan decisively, looking for inspiration on a lunch menu last week. “We all improvise all the time!” … 1,323 more words

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Surviving the unsurvivable: the astonishing creation that is Betroffenheit, a review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

What are you supposed to do with fathomless tragedy? The kind of limitless grief that consumes your mind and melts your bones?  696 more words

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Brian Webb on Betroffenheit, and other matters theatrical for the weekend

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

Thoughts from Brian Webb, artistic director of the dance company that’s teamed up with the Citadel to bring Betroffenheit our way this weekend: … 500 more words

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