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A rom-com that opens a window onto our own history: Heaven, live at the Citadel. A review.

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Silvery trees grow downward from above in Whittyn Jason’s evocative design for Heaven, the first production of the Citadel’s (socially distanced) return-to-live “summer season” after a year of constantly changing restrictions.    Someone up there in … Continue reading

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En route to Heaven (and Alberta’s Black history), live at the Citadel: meet star Helen Belay

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Getting to Heaven was “a long, winding journey,” says Helen Belay. Belay is not only the star of the Cheryl Foggo play of that name starting its live run on the Citadel’s Shoctor stage Saturday. But … Continue reading

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Reimagining our own lost history: John Ware Reimagined at Workshop West, a review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca John Ware could do many things in life. He could ride horses too wild for any other man. He could wrestle any rampaging steer into submission, organize a cattle drive, run a ranch, walk through a … Continue reading

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Don’t let preconceptions define you: meet the stars of John Ware Reimagined

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca On a cold morning last week before rehearsals started for the day, I met up with Jesse Lipscombe and Jameela McNeil, who play John Ware and his wife in the production of Cheryl Foggo’s John Ware … Continue reading

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The making of a (black) cowboy legend: John Ware Reimagined at Workshop West

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca He was a high rider, a figure carved from the X-large dimensions of Western mythology. A late 19th century Alberta cowboy of extraordinary  skill and savvy, capable of startling feats of agility, daring, horsemanship. What young … Continue reading

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