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Beyond a Theatre Review: Spoon River at Soulpepper

I’m sad that I didn’t write this review until today, when there’s only one more chance to see Soulpepper’s production of Spoon River. But, I was busy living life and feeding my soul–I can excuse myself. 644 more words

Toronto

Close Shot Friday 080 + Cough-Cough...

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It rained in December the night we went down to the Distillery District to see a live production of A Christmas Carol… 262 more words

Life

Kim's Convenience

Nick was really excited for us to go see this play. I honestly went into this one with a sack full of blind faith and boy oh boy Nick’s recommendations are never wrong. 532 more words

Theatre Review: Soulpepper resurrects one lively graveyard with Spoon River

Welcome to the graveyard. You’ll be amazed at how lively it is.

Spoon River is adapted, by Albert Schultz and Mike Ross, from Spoon River Anthology… 1,077 more words

Arts

Theatre Review: Soulpepper resurrects one lively graveyard with Spoon River

Welcome to the graveyard. You’ll be amazed at how lively it is.

Spoon River is adapted, by Albert Schultz and Mike Ross, from Spoon River Anthology… 1,077 more words

Arts

Kim's Convenience: delightful import

I was completely charmed by Kim’s Convenience, a Soulpepper Theatre production that’s the first play in the new Citadel Theatre season.   The Shoctor stage was filled with an extremely detailed accurate reproduction of an independent convenience store, from the wall of hidden cigarettes to the trays of scratch lottery tickets, the cartons of extra random things by the cash register for impulse purchase, and the various signs crowded on to the wall.  492 more words

Theatre

Joseph Ziegler & Nancy Palk have been rehearsing their roles as a remixed Romeo and Juliet for 35 years

Nancy Palk lays gently in her overstuffed bed, the thin fabric of a nightgown tracing her arm as it rests, with firm grip, on the shoulder of Joseph Ziegler. 1,495 more words

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