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Holiday traditions in every size and shape

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

Edmonton theatre knows that holiday traditions come in every size and shape, layer on layer, reimagined or reinvented. Have a gander at these:  534 more words


Red Shirt Diaries - An Improvised Star Trek

This January you can boldly go… um… where people have gone before. Rapid Fire Theatre is bringing back the Red Shirt Diaries; an improvised four show mission where anything can happen. 96 more words


Spooky performances: Edmonton's Halloween shows

Now that we’re all full of pumpkin-spiced everything, my attention starts turning towards Halloween about this time of year. I’ve been noticing a lot of Halloween-related theatre events cropping up this year, so I’ve done a round-up of ten performance-related events you can attend to celebrate the season! 466 more words

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Rapid Fire Theatre disavows former artistic director Chris Craddock after ‘rape culture’ confession

Rapid Fire Theatre, Edmonton’s largest improv troupe, has issued a statement distancing itself from its former artistic director Chris Craddock, saying he will no longer be affiliated with the theatre company. 630 more words

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What dark secrets lurk under the small town idyll? Rapid Fire Walk With Me improvises a mystery series a la David Lynch

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

Through the darkness of future past/ the magician longs to see/ one chants out between two worlds/ fire walk with me…. 881 more words


The 25th anniversary edition of the Die-Nasty Soap-A-Thon is sudsing up

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

Welcome to Dystopia!

The 25th annual edition of Edmonton’s venerable improv comedy tradition, the Die-Nasty Soap-A-Thon, is at hand. Starting this very evening, 7 p.m. 316 more words


For the love of the screwball: Going, Going, Gone! by comedy star Jana O'Connor at Teatro La Quindicina

By Liz Nicholls@12thnight.ca

The hero of Going, Going, Gone! Jana O’Connor’s new 30s-style screwball comedy, is an antiques dealer: “shy, uptight, uncommitted, afraid to make a wrong move in life” as the amused playwright describes him. 1,391 more words