Tag Archives: Wishbone Theatre

Where the wild things fringe: what to see at the monster bash

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Amazing but true: starting Thursday the Fringe, Edmonton’s favourite summer festival, is back — back in the theatre town where the continent’s fringe phenom began (and “fringe” was reinvented as a verb). Where The Wild Things … Continue reading

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An experiment in other selves: Rig Pig Fantasia, a 12thnight Fringe review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Rig Pig Fantasia (Stage 1, Westbury Theatre) An eerie boreal forest of tall swaying translucent trees hangs from the sky. Sometimes they’re skeletal, backlit by an ominous red glow. Sometimes they seem to glow from within, … Continue reading

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When worlds collide: Chris Bullough is feeling the reverb in his new Rig Pig Fantasia. A Fringe preview

  By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “ Here I am,” sighs Chris Bullough wincing slightly over his de-caf last week. “An artist. My artistic career funded by oil. Questioning the ethics of oil production and use.”  His new play Rig Pig … Continue reading

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