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Around Town: Family fun with Alice Through the Looking Glass

The National Arts Centre Theatre was overcapacity Friday, if you count all the adults who brought along their inner seven-and-a-half-year-old selves to the opening night of Alice Through the Looking Glass. 735 more words

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Theatre review: Alice Through the Looking-Glass at the NAC (with video)

Alice Through the Looking-Glass

An NAC English Theatre production in association with the Stratford Festival

At the NAC Theatre

Reviewed Friday

This show should come with a warning above the entranceway of the NAC Theatre: “Abandon all adult presuppositions, ye who enter here.” 711 more words

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Ask Alice about the child-like appeal of Through the Looking-Glass

Remember, if you can, how the world appeared when you were seven-and-a-half, when fantasy and possibility still trumped logic and limitation. Now add the elasticity of dreams where unlikely connections – say, wearing your pajamas on the morning bus ride to work – are the order of the day. 772 more words

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Theatre review: Keiley delivers an oddball Alice

By Jamie Portman

STRATFORD, Ont. — Hey kids — let’s start throwing anything we want at the wall to see how much will stick.

And who cares if the end result is a mess? 570 more words

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Around Town: Oil and Water Opening Night

The stars behind Oil and Water had no trouble mixing during Friday’s opening night party at the National Arts Centre.
Audience members hit the NAC Salon after the play to meet and mingle with the cast and crew of the successful Newfoundland production. 660 more words

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A breath of hope, love and beauty: Play tells Newfoundland-based tale of racial realization

PATRICK LANGSTON

Playwright Robert Chafe and director Jillian Keilley talk about the play Oil and Water, which closes the NAC English Theatre season. Chafe was inspired by a painting showing Newfoundlanders helping shipwrecked U.S. 501 more words

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The sides of Seeds

Who has the forces of right on his side, David or Goliath? In fact, should the battle even be cast as a David and Goliath story? 777 more words

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