Tag: Edmonton

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 13.2: Back to School

What’s in this issue? Sherry Bie and Jill Carter draw on Indigenous practices in their musing on the act of “midwifing” stories through the re-worlding process of recover, mourning, dreaming, commitment, and action. Makram (Matt) Ayache and Franco Saccucci reflect on… Read More

Lisa Jeans reviews bittergirl the musical, on now at Edmonton’s Citadel Theatre (Club Stage)

It’s Not You, It’s Me: bittergirl the musical entertains but fails to empower bittergirl the musical is on now until Nov. 6th at Edmonton’s The Citadel Theatre’s Club Space in a co-production with Confederation Centre for the Arts Review by… Read More

Issue 11.2: Occupation, Reconciliation and Social Impact

Volume 11, Issue 2: Winter 2014 Articles in this issue include: Will Weigler shares stories of Victoria’s From the Heart – a community-based immersion theatre project that facilitated creative space for self-decolonization, Diane Conrad shares her experience at the Corporations in… Read More

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