Tag Archives: Nextfest 2019

On, and above, the stages in Edmonton: a week of possibilities

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca The week on, and above, the stages in Edmonton. Consider the possibilities. •Firefly refuses to stay put, in either time or space. Edmonton’s pioneer theatre/ circus company and academy, devoted to defying gravity, is having an … Continue reading

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The week on, and above, Edmonton stages

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca The week on, and above, the stage in E-town. Consider the possibilities. •Firefly refuses to stay put, in either time or space. Edmonton’s pioneer theatre/ circus company and academy, devoted to defying gravity, is having an … Continue reading

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Weal Thyman The Third: a bouffon clown show to provoke you at Nextfest

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca When you’re creating a bouffon clown show about a grotesque filthy-rich capitalist with businesses, land, money, possessions, sycophants,  and an insatiable appetite for more more more, it’s not as if you have to rack your brains … Continue reading

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“The show I needed to see”: Boy Trouble premieres at Nextfest

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “What’s the show I really needed to see at that age?” That’s the question Mac Brock asked himself at 22, looking back on his 17-year-old self. So he wrote that show. Boy Trouble premieres at Nextfest … Continue reading

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What are they up to? Celebrate the next generation of artists at Nextfest

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca So, what’s happening? What’s new? What’s next? There’s a festival in Edmonton that’s all about the answers. Yes, Nextfest is back in Old Strathcona Thursday for 11 days (and nights) of showcasing and celebrating the next … Continue reading

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No week to stay home: festivals, musicals, plays, improv … E-town stages are full of possibilities

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca This is no week to stay home, my theatre-loving friends.  For one thing, the summer festival season really begins: the 38th annual Kids’ Fest Tuesday, Nextfest Thursday. The 28th Die-Nasty season, Lord of Thrones, reaches its … Continue reading

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