Tag Archives: rock musicals

“There’s only now”: the eternal present of Rent. A review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca In one of the anthems to outsiders in Rent, the characters pay tribute to their gritty low-rent East Village world of starving artists, junkies, dealers, the homeless, the destitute, the marginalized of every sexual persuasion, “anyone … Continue reading

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“Drink harder, dance longer,” fall in love: the hot-blooded rock musical Onegin, a 12thnight review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca In the opening number of Onegin, a spirited ensemble assembles onstage and offers up the quintessential theatre invocation. “Our dear father up in heaven,” they sing, vodka in hand and eyes cast towards a theatrical firmament … Continue reading

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Catalyst Presents: Onegin, the Vancouver hit rock musical coming our way!

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca A unusual love story, in which one of our most inventive theatre companies falls, hard, for an inventive show — and makes advances:     Catalyst Theatre has fallen in love with Onegin, a much-awarded  original … Continue reading

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