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Theatre: I Took My Father On My Shoulders by Fabrice Melquiot - a contemporary play

I’ve been swamped by work lately and I didn’t have time to share my thoughts about three theatre plays worth seeing.

The first one is… 774 more words

21st Century

Cormac McCarthy

Everything you do closes a door somewhere ahead of you. And finally there is only one door left. — Cormac McCarthy, The Sunset Limited (Vintage, 2006)


A Little Piece of Ash - The memory of that which we must learn to forget. (Theatre Review)

A Little Piece of Ash

Jackrabbit Theatre at KXT

16-26 April. You can grab your tickets here. 

Many thinkers argue we grieve in order to stop grieving. 947 more words


Actor's patience is rewarded with Waiting for Godot

Calgary actor Christopher Hunt has been playing a waiting game for more than a decade but the wait is finally over.

Hunt is teaming up with Andy Curtis, Tyrell Crews and Duval Lang to present Samuel Beckett’s iconic existential play Waiting for Godot at the GRAND from April 25 to May 12. 624 more words


Two original musicals opening at StoryBook Theatre

StoryBook Theatre is shining the spotlight on two original Calgary musicals.

In the Vertigo Studio Theatre beneath the Calgary Tower, StoryBook is presenting Crossing Swords — Joe Slabe’s award-winning, coming-of-age and coming-out musical. 758 more words


Who is this kid? What’s he gonna do?

Two State Productions

Like most actors, growing tired of waiting for worth while work to come around became a bugbear for twenty one year old actor Luke Houston. 63 more words