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Thursday's letters: Naked but no longer afraid of nude swims

Re. “Nude swim arguments barely make any sense,” Opinion, Jan. 13

I felt compelled to express insight into my positive experience as I attended the latest Cottontail Corner family nude swim Saturday. 1,362 more words


Edmonton's Citadel Theatre declines to host book launch for controversial University of Toronto professor

He’s a magnet for controversy and it appears Edmonton’s Citadel Theatre would rather avoid hosting an outspoken University of Toronto psychology professor.

Jordan Peterson, a psychology professor who sparked debate… 664 more words


Citadel refuses to host book launch for controversial author Jordan Peterson

The Citadel Theatre has refused to accept a Penguin Books request to host a book launch for one of the publisher’s controversial clients, University of Toronto psychology professor Jordan Peterson, originally from Fairview, Alta. 164 more words

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Season 4 Episode 10

Paul and Fawnda start the new year with some serious theatre in the Tony-award winning, Pulitzer Prize-nominated The Humans at the Citadel. We also spent the holiday cold snap shuttered in with dance docs and podcasts. 76 more words


The Humans is just that: unfailingly human

Stephen Karam’s The Humans shows how families fight and how they love. The deceptively simple title contains both the subject matter and the overarching theme of the story – humans are humans in all their touching and tragic ways. 804 more words

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In an uncertain world, The Humans takes us home for Thanksgiving dinner: a review of the Citadel/ Canadian Stage production

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

“I wish you had more of a view,” says a mother to her irritated younger daughter in The Humans, surveying the alley from the sole window of a run-down duplex in lower Manhattan. 979 more words


At the Citadel, a new focus for developing new plays

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

The fun of a block party is the unpredictable  mix of people who live in proximity, get included, and show up to play. 540 more words