Tag Archives: Chris Craddock

Fringe review: The Superhero Who Loved Me

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca The Superhero Who Loved Me (Stage 28, The Playhouse) “Nobody expects an extra-dimensional portal to open in the world.” Generally true. And nobody expects to go home with a superhero, drink too much vino, and hear … Continue reading

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Escape into the playful grown-up world of art: Chris Craddock’s Irma Voth at Theatre Network. A review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Enter the Roxy, and see what a sense of possibility looks like.  A shallow stage is dominated by a beautiful translucent wall made entirely of framed windows. Windows that will glow promisingly, conjure paintings or cityscapes, … Continue reading

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Chris Craddock talks about Irma Voth: novel, theatre, and film meet onstage

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Naturally playwright/ actor/ master improviser/ filmmaker/ screenwriter/ “double-dad” Chris Craddock is relaxed at pre-12-hour rehearsal breakfast in Strathcona last week. Why wouldn’t he be? Surely, his life of late is a flat landscape of non-eventful tranquillity … Continue reading

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