Edmonton Downstage | 27.10.2014

  • Catch Dead Centre of Town October 29, 30, and 31! Check out the preview from Vue Weekly.
  • The Choir Girl interviewed Phillip Addis, who plays Figaro in Edmonton Opera’s Barber of Seville, running October 25, 28, and 30.
  • Ephemeral Pleasures reviewed the shows currently on at The Citadel – Ronnie Burkett’s The Daisy Theatre, and One Man, Two Guvnors, plus Walterdale’s season opener, And Then, the Lights Went Out.
  • Kristen wrote about the shows she’s seen over the last couple weeks.
  • Check out I Don’t Get It Dance podcast’s reaction to seeing (Dis)Integration.
  • Shows opening this week:
    • Catch Me if You Can by the MacEwan University Theatre Program
    • La Corneille by L’Uni Théâtre
    • Sequence by Shadow Theatre
    • Loveplay by the University of Alberta Studio Theatre
    • The Secret Garden by the Concordia University College of Alberta Drama Department
  • Shows closing this week:
    • Rumpelstiltskin by Alberta Opera
    • The Barber of Seville by Edmonton Opera
  • SkirtsAfire’s fall fundraiser, SkirtOberfest, last Saturday was a huge success –  the sold out crowd enjoyed the delicious chocolate tasting, the fantastic music by the Lindsey Walker Band and Nuela Charles, and touching performances of the spoken word piece Ringtone and reading from The Mothers. Thanks to everyone who supported the SkirtsAfire Festival!

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