The Bright Side Festival The Black Sea with special guest Aya Mhana Sunday, March 8, 2 p.m. Theatre 1308 by Stephen Hunt Not only does Frank Rackow live a creative life, but he’s one of those Calgarians as committed to... Continue Reading →
A reflection on the 2018 Fluid Festival.
A review of Yukichi Hattori's Reverence, Lesley Telford's My Tongue, Your Ear an Wen Wei Dance's Dialogue, from Calgary's Fluid Festival Dance Festival.
Makambe K. Simamba's A Chitenge Story blends her life story in Zambia with her theatrical coming of age at the University of Lethbridge.
NAFTA needs to hum a new tune on bar bands. I know, I know, I know - there are so many more important things to talk about than bar bands. Softwood lumber, automobile parts, newsprint, yada yada, craft beer,... Continue Reading →
Karen Hines talks about the things women talk about when they arent talking about their relationships in her new play, All the Little Animals I Have Eaten, opening this week at the High Performance Rodeo in Calgary.
Who remembers 1950? I don't. That was some year in some history book that didn't feature a war, or economic collapse. It was a year before a young centre fielder named Willie Mays would take up residence in centre field... Continue Reading →