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Art will prevail: a change of venue for L’UniThéâtre’s season finale

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca If the last two years have taught us anything it’s that art will prevail. And so will Art, the, er, art-ful 1994 Yasmina Reza hit comedy that is  L’UniThéâtre’s season finale.  Last Friday night’s storm and … Continue reading

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Art: is the price right? A review of the Shadow season finale

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca The centrepiece of Art, the Shadow Theatre season finale, is the quintessential modern provocation/sight gag: a big-ticket white-on-white painting by someone famous. “Modern art” is a perennially combustible subject. Trust me, you can’t be a reviewer … Continue reading

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But is it Art? three guys sitting around discussing a painting at Shadow Theatre

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Scene: Three guys in a room discussing a play about three guys in a room discussing a painting. The play under discussion is Art, the elegantly minimalist 1994 play by Parisian actor/playwright Yasmin Reza that’s the … Continue reading

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