THE ORANGE DOT
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THE ORANGE DOT

If there’s a fine line between stupid and brilliant, Theatrefront’s staging of The Orange Dot under director Vikki Anderson is both stupidly brilliant and brilliantly…

 A CITY
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 A CITY

 The cast of Necessary Angel Theatre’s A City want you to know that lack of nutritional value in vitamin water and the need for gardening…

THE MILLENIAL MALCONTENT
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THE MILLENIAL MALCONTENT

The trouble with being young is that you think you’ve got it all figured out way ahead of everyone else.  And when the years start…

THE BODYGUARD
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THE BODYGUARD

By the time the super awesome vocalist Beverley Knight belts out “I Will Always Love You,” one of many sweeping musical power ballads in The Bodyguard…

BUTCHER
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BUTCHER

  Weyni Mengesha steps outside her storytelling comfort zone in Butcher, a spine tingling presentation of horrific proportion on stage at the Panasonic Theatre.  In…

PEACE RIVER COUNTRY
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PEACE RIVER COUNTRY

Why is it that makes a good person do bad things? Or is it even possible for conduct to be defined as bad when someone…

HOW BLACK MOTHERS SAY I LOVE YOU

If you’re the kind of person that spends a bit more time reflecting on the bad rather than the good, you may find very good…

SUPERIOR DONUTS
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SUPERIOR DONUTS

In our expanding universe of alternative facts, one thing will forever remain true—that all of us are indebted to someone else for something that has…

UNHOLY
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UNHOLY

There are two schools of thought that linger in communities far and wide—those who prefer we keep things the same and those that ask why…

THE WEDDING PARTY
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THE WEDDING PARTY

Two out of three people will agree that weddings may suck but wedding parties rock big time! Yes, the awkward dinner chamber of hellos—and sometimes…

THE LAST WIFE
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THE LAST WIFE

The paradox that envelops personal conduct is that regardless of positive progress, human behaviour rarely changes. And although birth, divorce and death each constitute as…

THE AUDIENCE
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THE AUDIENCE

Now in her 65th year on the throne, you better believe that Queen Elizabeth II knows a few things simply because she’s heard a few…

SEQUENCE
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SEQUENCE

Luck. Can’t find it in our DNA or can we? And you can’t buy it in Aisle 37 beside the Rubbermaid storage containers at Walmart…

OF HUMAN BONDAGE
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OF HUMAN BONDAGE

One might think that if a play starts off with a stripped down stage environment and a hanging skeleton, chances are the presentation is on…

EMPIRE OF THE SON
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EMPIRE OF THE SON

Saying a final goodbye to a friend never comes without devastating sadness. Doing the same to a parent—even with advance warning—is still filled with deep…

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