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Edmonton's Theatre Network opens with musical The Last Five Years

There is nothing usual about Theatre Network’s choice of season-opener. It’s American, for one thing, and very New York. It’s a musical, for another — 14 years old, with an overwhelming music-to-spoken word ratio, and a cult following among musical theatre aficionados. 813 more words


The Last Five Years at once a discovery and postmortem of a relationship

“What’s fascinating is how success can be a great dealbreaker… you think about the rough stuff – ‘I’ll be there for you if you get sick or we’re broke’ – and you don’t think success will be an issue. 886 more words

What's On?

Another family at a cusp, in The Gravitational Pull of Bernice Trimble

Beth Graham’s play The Gravitational Pull of Bernice Trimble, directed by Bradley Moss at Theatre Network, explores a familiar family crisis time with some refreshing new thoughts.  672 more words


The Gravitational Pull of Bernice Trimble focuses on Alzheimer's disease's human effects

The Gravitational Pull of Bernice Trimble is at once hilarious and heartbreaking and shows the beautiful complexity of a family as their matriarch and keystone, Bernice, is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. 741 more words

Reviews + Reactions

A Cart Full of Brilliance

patti loach and patricia zentilli

I don’t like to make sweeping generalizations, but I truly believe that the moment that you see Patricia Zentilli perform onstage, regardless of everything, you will fall in absolute love with her. 675 more words

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Cabaret. Everywhere.

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By Sharron Matthews


I like to make some serious singer poses when I sing…I am all looking like a jazz singer. 1,009 more words

Sharron Matthews

Zentilli and Loach: Treat Yourself to Something Good

As the Atlantic Fringe Festival winds to a close this weekend, and I begin to set my sights once again to return to my theatrical home base, Toronto, with plenty of enthusiasm and excitement for the year ahead and fueled by the wonderful support that I have encountered in Halifax, my lovely hometown, TWISI gets set to shift cities once again. 290 more words

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