Tag Archives: dance theatre

Exploring space and time, with a dog: Jezebel, At The Still Point

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca On a break from rehearsal this past week, the cast of Jezebel, At the Still Point are hanging out in the Theatre Network green room. One of them — the one with the speaking role — … Continue reading

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Just in time: on Edmonton stages this weekend

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca •Last chance this weekend for the Theatre Network production of Hannah Moscovitch’s fascinating Infinity — a smart, accessible and strangely affecting play about time — the shortage of it, the meaning of it, the misuse of … Continue reading

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Out of trauma and into artistic creation: Jonathon Young talks about the acclaimed dance/theatre fusion Betroffenheit

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca The intersection of real life and artistic creation can seldom have been so high-stakes as it is in the acclaimed dance/theatre production that arrives at the Citadel Friday for three performances. Betroffenheit, which has gathered awards … Continue reading

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The reigning monarch of the long title is back with a dance theatre season: Toy Guns’s Jake Hastey

By Liz Nicholls. 12thnight.ca The titles of are a tip-off. They float through the air, free-associating in a long, whimsical, adventurous accumulations. They’re not shackled by mere practical considerations. They’re ample, to say the least.  The titles of Toys Guns Dance … Continue reading

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