Tag Archives: Amy DeFelice

Tea and the end of the world: Escaped Alone, a guest 12thnight Fringe review by Alan Kellogg

Escaped Alone (Stage 9, Telephone Museum) Director Amy DeFelice has a keen eye for terrific theatre (runs in the family!) and has bestowed another gift to Edmontonians by staging this mysterious 2016 Caryl Churchill gem, which has dazzled Royal Court and … Continue reading

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Higher physics into rom-com: a review of Constellations at Shadow Theatre

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca You’ve had this feeling, I know you have. You instinctively review your life to date (and maybe throw in your future prospects). And, like the heat-seeker you are, you can’t help thinking of the moments it … Continue reading

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Ciara: can high culture save you when the chips are down? A Fringe review.

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Ciara (Stage 28, The Playhouse) Ciara’s favourite painting, she tells us at the outset, is of a giant woman, asleep on her side atop the cityscape of Glasgow. What will happen when she wakes up? That’s … Continue reading

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