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Edmonton's Citadel Theatre announces 2016-2017 season

At Edmonton’s largest playhouse, currently celebrating the big five-oh, you can look forward to a 2016-2017 season studded with big-cast populist shows — and the most topical and intense chamber drama in the modern repertoire. 915 more words


Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? back in superb form at Citadel

So we all dropped in at George and Martha’s place last night for a nightcap after the party. And you’ll never guess what happened.

Unease turns to apprehension to dread in the superb production of… 819 more words


Citadel's Virginia Woolf a must-see rendition of a classic

You know that feeling you’ve been caught in the crosshairs of something much larger than you anticipated? That’s exactly where Honey and Nick land themselves when Martha and George invite them over to their house following a college faculty party in  1,250 more words

Edmonton Theatre

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is back at the Citadel after 50 years

It’s not as though the Citadel Theatre entered the scene cautiously half a century ago.

No, there was nothing remotely timid or tentative about the door-opening special in November 1965. 1,053 more words


Film festival, folk music and comedy onstage: Ten things to do in Edmonton this week

Ice on Whyte

You have two weekends in January in which to enjoy this south-side winter celebration, which features live music, food, fashion, a giant ice slide and ice castle, and more. 1,177 more words

Local Arts

Bob Baker stepping down as Citadel Theatre's artistic director

For the first time in 17 seasons, the Citadel Theatre is looking for an artistic director.

Bob Baker announced Monday he is “stepping aside” in July from the job he’s had since 1999 at the creative helm of Edmonton’s flagship theatre, one of the country’s largest regional companies. 866 more words


Chelsea Hotel a story of overcoming writer's block through Leonard Cohen's songs

It’s clear someone has been busy in the Citadel’s Maclab Theatre – you can tell by the way the stage is strewn with crumpled papers. As the lights rise on  591 more words

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