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Theatre beyond words and the imaginative allure of ragmop theatre: A Can of Worms, a guest Fringe review by Alan Kellogg

A Can Of Worms (Venue 37, Auditorium at Campus Saint-Jean) By Alan Kellogg Here is Vancouver’s ragmop theatre – aka Nayana Fielkov and Matthew “Poki” McCorkle — returning to the Edmonton Fringe in a brand new work that will strengthen … Continue reading

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The fine art of foolery: the return of Play The Fool, E-Town’s “festival of clown and physical comedy”

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “Foolery, sir, doth walk about the orb like the sun; it shines everywhere.” – Twelfth Night III, i. Edmonton, we are about to have an outbreak — an eruption? an infiltration? invasion? effervescence? collision? conflagration? — … Continue reading

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A legendary clown guru returns to the stage … in a box: Over Her Dead Body at Fringe Theatre Adventures

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “I’ve been spending a lot of time in a coffin lately,” says Jan Henderson cheerfully. “Talk about rubbing your nose in mortality.”  As a way to celebrate a return to the stage after 25 years, the … Continue reading

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