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Hey, the theatre season has landed: a weekend on E-town stages

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca You may have noticed: the stars have aligned; the E-town theatre season is underway. This week there are musicals, plays, an original screwball comedy. There’s a staged reading of a play that’ll open on a stage … Continue reading

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A winning homage to one of the greats: Coat of Many Colours, a guest Fringe review by Marc Horton

Coat of Many Colours (Stage 41, CKUA Performance Space) By Marc Horton In country music there’s Patsy and Loretta, Emmylou and Reba, Kitty and Skeeter, Naomi and Winonna, Tammy, Shania and Trisha. Fans are on a first-name basis with them … Continue reading

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Touching and tuneful: Sweethearts of the 49th, a guest 12thnight Fringe review by Alan Kellogg

Sweethearts of the 49th  (Stage 39, CKUA Performance Space, Jasper Ave. downtown Edmonton) With a provenance including the bright lights Andrea House (playwright), Davina Stewart (director) and Erik Mortimer (musical director) the chances are excellent that a smart and entertaining production … Continue reading

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The trouper, the angel, and the mantra: the show must go on!

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca If there ever was a dramatic testimonial to theatre as a collaborative art form, in the grand odds-against “show must go on” tradition, it’s got to be the back story of The Great Whorehouse Fire of … Continue reading

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Chasing Willie Nelson, a guest Fringe review by Marc Horton

Chasing Willie Nelson – A Tribute (Stage 39, CKUA) By Marc Horton What to leave in? What to leave out? In tracing the history of the remarkable and remarkably durable Willie Nelson, should you put in Hello Walls and leave … Continue reading

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