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Hey, emerging audience! it’s a weekend to go out to the theatre

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca There’s always anticipation in theatre, as there should be, about  “emerging” playwrights, directors, actors. There are whole festivals devoted to them, like the upcoming 2017 edition of Nextfest. Leave aside for another day the tricky question … Continue reading

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Escape into the playful grown-up world of art: Chris Craddock’s Irma Voth at Theatre Network. A review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Enter the Roxy, and see what a sense of possibility looks like.  A shallow stage is dominated by a beautiful translucent wall made entirely of framed windows. Windows that will glow promisingly, conjure paintings or cityscapes, … Continue reading

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Chris Craddock talks about Irma Voth: novel, theatre, and film meet onstage

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Naturally playwright/ actor/ master improviser/ filmmaker/ screenwriter/ “double-dad” Chris Craddock is relaxed at pre-12-hour rehearsal breakfast in Strathcona last week. Why wouldn’t he be? Surely, his life of late is a flat landscape of non-eventful tranquillity … Continue reading

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