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Review: Laughter and lament at the heart of all-women play

When Michel Tremblay’s Les Belles-soeurs opened in Montreal in 1968, it caused a firestorm of controversy.

The language was deemed too vulgar, the characters too outrageous and the subject matter of working-class women’s perspectives unsuitable for main stage theatre. 864 more words



I just attended Theatre Calgary’s gripping presentation of A Thousand Splendid Suns, adapted from Khaled Hasseini’s bestseller. That’s how I discovered Theatre Calgary has recently launched an online book club. 36 more words

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Theatre Calgary - The Audience

Laura and I believe in giving back to the community you live in.  We’ve been volunteering with the RBC Foundation at Theatre Calgary for a number of years.   354 more words