Monthly Archives: September 2018

Mrs. Shakespeare gets her voice back, in a graveyard: Shakespeare’s Will with Thou Art Here!

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “A woman dancing on a grave.” That’s the image that inspired the roving outdoor production of Vern Thiessen’s Shakespeare’s Will opening Thursday in a cemetery near you, says director Andrew Ritchie. So decisively did that image … Continue reading

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And so it begins, the new theatre season. Edmonton has play dates, and here’s a teaser!

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “If you’re stuck in your story and want to get out … sometimes you have to be a little bit naughty….” Matilda. In Matilda, the joyously subversive musical spun from Roald Dahl’s novel, our activist eight-year-old … Continue reading

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Sudsing up for an improv marathon: a family reunion at Die-Nasty’s 26th annual Soap-A-Thon

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Festive, but ominous. That’s the buzz today: You, my friends, are going to a family reunion this weekend.    Starting tonight at 7 p.m. the far-flung members of the Bun-Bun family, owners and operators of a … Continue reading

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Oh, what a knight: Two Good Knights at the Mayfield. A review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca You know the songs. Heck, you can’t NOT know the songs. By now they’re in the collective DNA, and that much-abused term iconic doesn’t go amiss. Which is both a magnetic draw and a challenge for … Continue reading

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