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Gentle’s storytelling fills up Holy Picture

A review of An Almost Holy Picture, the summer studio theatre offering from Rosebud Theatre.

Spitfire Grill feels at home in Rosebud

Rosebud Theatre presents The Spitfire Grill through September 2 rosebudtheatre.com Four stars Some shows just fit their theatrical home so perfectly, you marvel that they ever played anywhere else. That's certainly the case with The Spitfire Grill, Rosebud's sweetly-sung, heart-warming... Continue Reading →

Samuel Gentle’s search

by Stephen Hunt An Almost Holy Picture at Rosebud Theatre June 29 through September 2 http://www.rosebudtheatre.com Phone toll-free 1-800-267-7553 or locally at 403-677-2001 How would your faith hold up when the worst happens? That's the emotional backdrop Rosebud actor David... Continue Reading →

Holt treasures the view from the Spitfire Grill

The Spitfire Grill at Rosebud June 16 through September 2 Phone toll-free 1-800-267-7553 or locally at 403-677-2001 rosebudtheatre.com Elinor Holt set a goal for the summer of 2017. The award-winning Calgary actress, who somehow managed to marry a musician named... Continue Reading →

Eternal optimist Thornton Wilder, meet the end of the world

Rosebud Theatre presents Under the Skin of Our Teeth Through June 3 rosebudtheatre.com Four stars Review by Stephen Hunt The end of the world is a tough place to start a play. Yes, it's about as dramatic as it gets... Continue Reading →

Thornton Wilder’s enduring optimism powers The Skin of Our Teeth

Rosebud Theatre presents The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder March 31 through June 3 (Photo: Cast of The Skin of Our Teeth) Actor Declan O’Reilly didn’t need a hard sell to be convinced to return to perform at... Continue Reading →

Messing with eating disorders

British playwright and actor Caroline Horton talks about Mess, her drama being presented by Vertigo Theatre's Y Stage through February 11

dirtsong sings a story

The High Performance Rodeo & Black Arm Band present dirtsong February 2, 7:30pm, Jack Singer Hall You can talk your reconciliation, or you can walk it. That might be reductive, but it's also the message Fred Leone wants audiences to... Continue Reading →

Mouthpiece: Winner or Loser?

The High Performance Rodeo presents Mouthpiece at 7pm and Winners and Losers at 9pm, Saturday January 28 Four stars apiece I don't know if they did it on purpose, but the High Performance Rodeo has created a kind of gender-driven double... Continue Reading →

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