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Préparez vous, mes amis: Lucy Darling is back — with a bilingual magic/comedy show livestreaming from L’UniThéâtre

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “What I love about magic as an art form,” declares magician Carisa Hendrix at a non-magical hour of the morning earlier this week, “what magic is really about, is the feeling that anything is possible.…” The … Continue reading

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An Exceptional Night In With Lucy Darling: get Zoomed on magic and mixology

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca For an awful moment, says Lucy Darling brightly, “I thought this was one of those terrible juice box events!” No fear, my (socially distanced) friends. When you’re a guest at L.D.’s magic comedy show An Exceptional … Continue reading

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From beyond the grave, a ghostly contact and a paranormal thriller: Séance at Fort Edmonton

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Here’s a clammy thought for a winter night: the boundary between this world and the one beyond the grave is porous.    In Séance, the paranormal thriller that comes to the vintage Capitol Theatre at Fort … Continue reading

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Minerva, Queen of the Handcuffs: a woman trapped in a man’s world

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “In life you feel you’re trapped in a situation and there’s no out, no gap, no light. Everyone can relate to that feeling of being stuck, in some way…. There’s a real-ness to that.”  — Miranda … Continue reading

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Random thoughts for your Edmonton Fringe adventure

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Hard to imagine now, but there was a time (I’m pretty sure) when this fair hinterland burg was Fringe-free, Strathcona had greasy spoons and parking spaces, and theatre companies didn’t have names like SquirrelSuit, Moose Bite, … Continue reading

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