Tag Archives: Belinda Cornish
By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca It was a long time coming. After 18 dark traumatic isolating months and the most terrible summer ever, a play about community, about what it means to live together in a neighbourhood and pull together — … Continue reading
Together once more, on the street where you live: The Garneau Block at the Citadel. Meet playwright Belinda Cornish.
By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “There was something quite magical,” says Belinda Cornish, “about having us all come together, to be a community together that one night…. It felt very special. And I felt lucky to be there.” She’s talking … Continue reading
By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca She’s bored — with a chaser of exasperation and an adenoidal voice that makes your fillings hurt. He’s a sad-sack sulker, a dimwit who’d be a poster boy for morosity (if that ever becomes an actual … Continue reading
What does it mean to live here? A tiny sneak preview of rehearsals for The Garneau Block, coming up at the Citadel
By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca What saves us is our sense of community: theatre has always known it. Cities have to learn it. And coming up is a new play about Edmonton, by an Edmontonian, for an Edmonton audience, that’s all … Continue reading
By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca The turquoise paint is fading picturesquely, the shuttered windows are open, laundry is hanging, the light feels warm. Musica cubana is in the air. Batista’s Havana in the ‘50s — as conjured festively by designers Chantel … Continue reading