Damien Atkins says we’re not alone. And I believe him since he’s travelled well over 10,000 kilometres to tell Edmonton audiences this truth.
In the midst of this month of -20 temperatures, if you’re anything like me, you’re looking for a way to warm up. Enter: Send in the Girls Burlesque’s latest show, Take It Off Broadway which runs for three performances only at Fort Edmonton Park’s Capitol Theatre February 14 and 16.
With February being the month of love, it seems appropriate that Leave of Absence’s Director, Alix Reynolds hopes Walterdale’s production will “push someone in the direction of love.”
We know the story of Sweat. As inhabitants of a resource-rich country and province, it’s all around us, it’s in our newspapers, and it influences politics at all levels.
Walking out of the cardiac shadow, the only way I could immediately think of describing the show was ‘horrible’. The second word that came to mind was ‘poetic, but still horrible’.
Let me clarify, not horrible in terms of being terrible, horrible in the traditional meaning: to cause horror.
In the middle of winter in Edmonton, in a world with rising racial tensions, immigrant detention centres and more and…
When you go to The Great Gatsby you know you’re going to get a party, and Walterdale Theatre’s production does not disappoint….
It’s a tragic love story that you’re probably familiar with: a mysterious, rich man who throws quite the party moves…
Conni Massing’s Matara (until Dec. 9 at the Backstage Theatre) feels like partly the story of Lucy the elephant at the Edmonton…