Tag Archives: Michele Vance Hehir
By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca One Polaroid (Stage 9, Telus Phone Museum) What happens to golden moments and lost dreams anyhow? Judging by Michele Vance Hehir’s Roseglen plays, they linger in in the air of small prairie towns, contribute to sunsets, … Continue reading
The secret life of small towns: Michele Vance Hehir’s One Polaroid takes us back to Roseglen for the third of a trilogy. A Fringe preview.
By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca She lives in a city (one where a great big 37-year-old Fringe starts Thursday). But small towns have always had a particular fascination for Michele Vance Hehir. The secrets both open and closed, the partial knowledge, … Continue reading
By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca What’s happened to the laws of gravity when the world seems upside down? Grave? SNAFU, now officially a verb, has gone TARFUN. Yes, Things Are Really Fucked Up Now. And Monday night at the Westbury Theatre, … Continue reading
By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Ruination: 3 short stories (Stage 3, Walterdale Theatre) This triptych of monologues by Michele Vance Hehir takes us to the world of Depression era small-town Alberta. And the beauty of it is the subtle, unobtrusive way … Continue reading