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jennifer + dominic's intercultural wedding celebration at the citadel theatre

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this special couple celebrated the joining of two cultures as they tied the knot in an intimate wedding ceremony at the Citadel Theatre. 1,226 more words

Real Weddings

On Robin Phillips (1942-2015)

Robin Phillips’ finale production at the Citadel in 1995, after four-and-a-half years and 38 shows, was a cheeky and inventive version of the world’s first musical comedy… 1,061 more words


Words of wisdom from the Sterling gala last night

The most eccentric of awards shows, and probably the most fun, is the Sterling Awards gala. A selection of choice observations from last night:

– “I proclaim it thus!” Mayor Don Iveson, from his table, declared The Be Arthurs the official ukelele cover band of the capital and the greater Edmonton region. 529 more words


Avenue Q portrays the millennial experience

Anyone who’s heard of Avenue Q knows it’s satirical, generally filled with impropriety, and bears a lot of resemblance to a certain children’s show. What I didn’t know going into the show was that it would become the first musical I’ve seen that is written about the  618 more words

Edmonton Theatre

This weekend in theatre: half a dozen possibilities

1. There are not one but TWO Kander and Ebb musicals to choose from this weekend. At the Mayfield, it’s the team’s 1966 groundbreaker hit… 664 more words


A Meditation on Tom Stoppard's "Arcadia", and a slight review of Edmonton's Citadel Theatre's production of same

No poet, no artist of any art, has his complete meaning alone. His significance, his appreciation is the appreciation of his relation to the dead poets and artists.

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Artsy Stuff

Arcadia an intricate blend of science and art

The biggest comment I overheard from those around me during the Citadel’s production of Arcadia was, “Well, that was different.” And it is. Arcadia is at once a murder mystery, a love story, and an expedition deep into the realm of science unlike any play I’ve seen before. 1,063 more words

Edmonton Theatre