Tag Archives: Stewart Lemoine

In the kingdom of high spirits: Fever Land, the live season finale at Teatro. A review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca How do you get to Fever Land? The kingdom where your temperature heats up, your spirit rises, your vivacity escalates, and that gray clammy feeling is vanquished?    Try the theatre, live and in person. The … Continue reading

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Jenny McKillop: meet the star of Teatro’s live in-person season finale Fever Land

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca In the live in-person grand finale to Teatro La Quindicina’s highly compressed summer season of filmed productions, we meet a shy, unassuming junior high Home Ec teacher who sings in a choir. In Winnipeg. In the … Continue reading

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A good night’s sleep and A Fit, Happy Life, Teatro’s third filmed production. A review.

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “It’s what I do! It’s what I love!” declares a man in earnest defence of the job that is his chosen career and his avocation. Mike Brack (Mathew Hulshof) is an expert in the field of … Continue reading

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Fun on film: Lost Lemoine Part 1 opens the Teatro season. A review.

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “You aren’t a very interesting patient,” says the psychiatrist (Mark Meer) to the imperturbable woman on the consultation couch (Jocelyn Ahlf) in The Crazy Woman, one of the six short plays in the Lost Lemoine Part … Continue reading

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Teatro’s screen debut: three streamed productions launch the 2021 season, the fourth is live

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca For the first time ever, Teatro La Quindicina launches a summer season, its 39th, with a live gala screening. This is happening in a real theatre (the Varscona) — with real opening night snacks and drinks, … Continue reading

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Teatro La Quindicina’s 2021 summer season

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca It being summer (to put it mildly), and Teatro La Quindicina’s particular time of year par excellence, the company is back in rehearsal. Yes, real actors in an actual theatre, the Varscona in Strathcona. “And it … Continue reading

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‘Welcome Home’: Teatro is back and live at the Varscona

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca After catapulting its entire 2020 June to October season a year into the future, Teatro La Quindicina returns to their natural home, the Varscona Theatre stage, for the next three Fridays. They’re back “with cautious aplomb … Continue reading

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Cocktails at Stewart’s: Teatro La Quindicina throws an online party to celebrate a birthday and a season on hold for a year

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “Listen, life is valuable…. If it ends, you’d miss it. Remember that, but also forget about it. I’m done. Where’s my drink?” The woman who delivers an impromptu Best Lady acceptance speech in Stewart Lemoine’s 2003 … Continue reading

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Teatro La Quindicina postpones its 2020 summer season for a year

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca The upcoming Teatro La Quindicina 2020 summer season, which would have launched at the end of May with a revival of Stewart Lemoine’s Evelyn Strange, has been postponed by a year. Be patient, theatre fans. The … Continue reading

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Capturing the screwball effect: Vidalia, the larky Teatro season finale. A review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca If you’ve ever had the feeling that chaos was a mere blink away — and really, who hasn’t? — the screwball comedy is your go-to form. The unnerving sense that the fabric of modern life could … Continue reading

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