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Talented cast and crew bring passion and whimsy to Freewill productions of Hamlet and Comedy of Errors

Maybe it’s because I am a journalist. But when I go to see a play, I like to come out of it with a fairly clear idea of what it was about, and why the playwright bothered to tell me the story. 812 more words


Taking comedy and tragedy to the park: the Freewill Shakespeare Festival returns

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

There’s a vast expanse of theatrical distance between the two shows you’ll see alternating in the outdoor Shakespeare festival that opens tonight in the river valley.  984 more words


Perfect for a mid-summer's night: Edmonton's Freewill Shakespeare Festival kicks off

Edmonton’s Freewill Shakespeare Festival begins on Tuesday. The theatrical celebration runs for nearly a month, featuring live performances every day of the week, except for Mondays, at the Heritage Amphitheatre in Hawrelak Park. 258 more words


In Photos: Kids with Cancer ride in annual Parade of Heroes

It’s a day that both the riders and the passengers look forward to every year — the annual Parade of Heroes, organized by the… 233 more words


Thousands turn out in Edmonton to learn emergency survival skills

Thousands turned out to learn how to stay safe during emergencies at Edmonton’s Hawrelak Park on Saturday.

Organizers expected up to 15,000 people to attend the event, known as “Get Ready in the Park,” the City of Edmonton’s finale to Emergency Preparedness Week. 218 more words


River Valley Trails - The Debut


The North Saskatchewan River begins near the Columbia Icefield in the Rocky Mountains and curls its way through Edmonton like a Chinese New Year dancing dragon. 165 more words

The Times they are A'Changing

The end of winter was much anticipated, discussed at length at trains stops, staff rooms and in stores, yearned for, urged on and finally welcomed. A big breath out. 948 more words