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A mission to defeat time: Jezebel, At The Still Point. A review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca It beings with an explosion somewhere in the galaxy, a crash landing, smoke, red emergency lights, a siren.  Matt Schuurman’s video design, spread across jagged meteor fragments amid showers of light (by Elise Jason) is, quite … Continue reading

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No one’s staying home this weekend: why would you? A wealth of choices on E-town stages

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca  At the U of A’s Studio Theatre, it’s back in the USSR with Lenin’s Embalmers, Vern Thiessen’s black and absurdist 2008 tragicomedy (imagined from a true story) about two competing Jewish biochemists landing the unenviable joint … Continue reading

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Exploring space and time, with a dog: Jezebel, At The Still Point

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca On a break from rehearsal this past week, the cast of Jezebel, At the Still Point are hanging out in the Theatre Network green room. One of them — the one with the speaking role — … Continue reading

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