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A new version of The Tempest launches vital conversation about inclusion
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A new version of The Tempest launches vital conversation about inclusion
Deaf and hearing actors join forces in Shakespeare's tale of revenge
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After a brilliant second season, Star Trek Discovery boldly going where no one has gone before
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After a brilliant second season, Star Trek Discovery boldly going where no one has gone before
Season two of Star Trek Discovery boldly went where no one had gone if not exactly before, at least for a long, long time. And, SPOILERS AHEAD, Michael Burnham cried. Like, in every single episode. Yet it’s a series that fully found footing in year two — replacing the tedious Ash-Tyler-as-Klingon...
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The House blends cabaret and comedy in upcoming series in the Citadel's Rice Theatre
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The House blends cabaret and comedy in upcoming series in the Citadel's Rice Theatre
A new format rolls out for next season in The Rice theatre
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Review: Metric, July Talk deliver high-energy entertainment on Easter Sunday
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Review: Metric, July Talk deliver high-energy entertainment on Easter Sunday
Metric at the Edmonton Convention Centre on Sunday night
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Edmonton Rock Music Festival and Sonic Field Day announce lineups: Springfield and July Talk
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Edmonton Rock Music Festival and Sonic Field Day announce lineups: Springfield and July Talk
Hot damn, Edmonton Rock Music Festival (Aug. 16-17) and Sonic Field Day (Sept. 7-8) have each just announced their lineups, both at Hawrelak Park Amphitheatre. And if you have a pair of vintage leg warmers in your closet, now’s the time to whack the dust out. Starting with the classic rock fest i...
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Review: Polyphonie String Quartet debuts in fine style at Campus Saint-Jean
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Review: Polyphonie String Quartet debuts in fine style at Campus Saint-Jean
In the last few years, the Vaughan String Quartet has been the only professional string quartet regularly playing in the Edmonton area. Having two of its members recently move to Montreal has left a gap in the city’s chamber music life, and its regular season of imaginative concerts is missed. Fo...
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Love, laughs and legislation: The Empress and the Prime Minister debuts at Theatre Network
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Love, laughs and legislation: The Empress and the Prime Minister debuts at Theatre Network
Politics and personal passion combine in new play by Darrin Hagen
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Three to See Saturday: Ace of Wands, The Tempest and Python's Holy Grail
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Three to See Saturday: Ace of Wands, The Tempest and Python's Holy Grail
The Radiation Flowers/Hot Garbage/Ace of Wands: Quite the trippy indie rock lineup for 420. I reached out to Toronto’s dreamy Ace of Wands about their latest record, here’s what singer Lee Rose had to say: “Lioness is an album that explores different aspects of nostalgia. Each song delves into a ...
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Old Man Mikula's Controversial Opinions: Alberta election exposed the blurst of us
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Old Man Mikula's Controversial Opinions: Alberta election exposed the blurst of us
It was the best of times, it was the blurst of times. On Tuesday night the churning stumble of blind primates in ballot booths wrote the next four years of Alberta’s future. When the patios of Whyte Avenue are no longer graced with Shirtless Rollerblading Guitar Dude, but instead get Jerry-...
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