Hello! I’m Hayley Moorhouse – a University student/performer/playwright/occasional reviewer, hijacking Jenna’s blog (temporarily) to tell you about the Canoe Festival.
I, Taylor Chadwick, am the host of the What It Is podcast. A show dedicated to promoting artists in Edmonton
Opening this week: Workshop West’s Canoe Theatre Festival Jan. 28 – February 1. Check out everything Canoe-related right here on After
Most artists have a great story about the moment when they were moved enough by a piece of art to know
As a performance style, site-specific work is still relatively new in Edmonton. Of course, we do have wonderful companies working
I think it’s fair to say that audiences have never really known what to expect from Canoe Theatre Festival. But,
Being familiar with a play before seeing it performed on stage can be a double-sided sword. Any preconceived ideas and
Think back to Fringe 2014 and you’ll probably remember the company that everyone seems to have been talking about: Toy
When you think about how much of William Shakespeare’s work permeates western society, it’s pretty incredible. But that raises a lot of questions about what effects these works have on our everyday lives. For Jon Lachlan Stewart the questions this raised were around what Shakespeare’s many scenes of actual or attempted sexual violence towards women has had on today’s men.
For those, like me, who know Gavin Crawford from his time on This Hour has 22 Minutes, the prospect of