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“Is it possible I just like sex?” Slut, at Northern Light Theatre: a review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca S. L. U. T. The funniest set design of the season  — and the only one (to my knowledge) that actually engages in smart-ass repartee with the character onstage — is to be found in the … Continue reading

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It’s beginning to look a lot like … and other weekend possibilities on Edmonton stages

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca We’ll start with things of a wintry, possibly Yule-ish, tinge, and their antidotes. •If you’ve already had it up to here with the fa-la-la’s even though you’re still eating crappy leftover Halloween candy … If the … Continue reading

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Puck Bunnies: a guest Fringe review by Marc Horton

Puck Bunnies (Stage 12, Varscona Theatre) By Marc Horton Do not confuse a puck bunny with a buckle bunny. The former is sexually obsessed with hockey players while the latter feels the same way about rodeo cowboys. Badge bunnies want to … Continue reading

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The Virgin, The Whore, Something In between: Northern Light announces a new season

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Next season Northern Light Theatre and L’UniThéâtre will share the premiere of a new play by Edmonton’s Cat Walsh, a playwright who specializes in the dark-unto-macabre end of the comedy spectrum. Trevor Schmidt’s production of Do … Continue reading

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Two people, 6 guns, a lot of music: meet the young stars of Bonnie and Clyde

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca We know them as historical celebrities, the bank robber stars of a Depression Era crime spree who made a spectacular exit from the world in a bullet-riddled Ford in 1934. But in the “two person six-gun” … Continue reading

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