Tag: Edmonton Fringe Festival

EDMONTON FRINGE: POLITICAL AND PHYSICAL

LISA JEANS offers her take on what to see at the Edmonton Fringe Festivals offer theatre audiences a particular challenge: hundreds of performances and a limited amount of time to see them. While there is pleasure in the… Read More

Work in progress: cultivating inclusion and equity during the Edmonton Fringe Festival and beyond

Lisa Jeans profiles the 36th Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival August 17 – 27, 2017 Various venues—visit www.fringetheatre.ca for ticketing, time, and location details. As I follow Edmonton International Fringe Festival Executive Director Adam Mitchell through a sun-drenched open… Read More

Issue 4.4: Academia and Cultural Diversity 2006

Volume 4, Issue 4: November 2006 “This issue’s contributors are all involved with Canadian universities in capacities ranging from graduate students to teachers. Their research and creative activity call attention to the state of the relationship between academia… Read More

Issue 3.1: Political Theatre/Populist Theatre 2004

Volume 3, Issue 1: April 2004 Articles in this issue include: Shelley Scott looks at the strong presence of Asian-Canadian voices in past and present Edmonton Fringe Festivals. Framed as a letter of resignation, Suleikha Ali Yusuf‘s poem is… Read More

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