Tagged: Theatre

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SHE delivers plenty of laughs in camp style

By Brianna Turner  Trepan Theatre’s comedic adaptation of H. Rider Haggard’s 1887 novel, heralded as the most influential and best-selling novel that nobody has ever heard of, is easily one of the funniest productions...

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Get cultured this summer

by Bri Turner The Reflector This summer Calgary will be busting at the borders with culture and beautiful sights to take in. When winter gives way to Calgary’s festival season, don’t let these arts...

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Raise the curtain on a new year of theatre

by Kevin Rushworth Web Editor She Has a Name Women and children — innocent and without a voice to speak up against their everyday horrors — have become the faces of Southeast Asian human...

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Welcome to the Cuckoo’s Nest

by Kevin Rushworth Dark, looming shadows played eerily upon sterilized white walls as the curtain rose on Theatre Calgary’s production of the celebrated play One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. The encompassing themes were set...

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Music program gets new room

by Catherine Szabo Students in the music diploma program at Mount Royal University take their craft seriously, often going long hours without venturing far from their practice area. And until recently, those practice areas...

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The best way to spend your lunch

by Sean-Paul Boynton If you’re looking for a fun alternative to the crowded food courts and overpriced sandwich stands during your lunch hour, all you have to do is pack a snack and head...

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Losing your v-card

by Selina Renfrow I don’t know too many people who would rate their first time having sex as their best sexual experience. For some people it’s special, others it’s awkward, and for many it’s...