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Cross-cultural production Ubuntu transcends borders

“For the first time in human history, our paths are taking us back towards each other… we’re walking home.”

It’s a revelation that comes late in  1,050 more words

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Igniting connections: a review of Ubuntu at the Citadel

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

A son dreams nightly of his father. That’s how it starts.

But what sets Ubuntu: The Cape Town Project on its zigzag course through two time periods 30 years apart is an inspired perpetual motion scene, high-speed and word-free. 859 more words


Embracing the other: Ubuntu's cross-cultural journey at the Citadel

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

The play that opens on the Citadel’s Maclab stage Thursday wasn’t born, like other plays, in a story, a character, an image. 1,212 more words


Music, dance and story intertwine as Citadel launches Ubuntu


Ubuntu (The Cape Town Project)

Theatre: The Citadel

Cast: Mbulelo Grootboom, David Jansen, Erin McGrath, Andile Nebulane, Tracey Power

Directed by: Daryl Cloran

Where: 811 more words

Local Arts

Shocker's Delight! Ron Pederson directs his favourite play at Teatro La Quindicina

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

In 1993, a kid named Ron Pederson fell deeply in love.

With a play.

The object of his affection struck him as funny and wistful, complicated but simple, and sad, a highly unusual kind of comedy. 1,197 more words


Citadel/Theatre Yes partnership to produce a new, site-specific work next season

At the Citadel Theatre‘s 2017/2018 season launch announcement, new Artistic Director Daryl Cloran revealed his vision for the Citadel as a theatre that is edgy, closely connected to the community, and inclusive and hinted at partnerships to be announced in the future. 570 more words

Citadel Theatre

Shakespeare in Love welcomes audiences back with an ode to theatre

Hark! The 2017/2018 Edmonton theatre season is upon us. And there’s nothing like opening up the theatre season with an ode to theatre or, more broadly, loving what you do. 642 more words

Edmonton Theatre