Walking and talking

Laughing and stretching

A review of Through the Gaze of a Navel, part of the 2017 High Performance Rodeo in Calgary, Alberta

Mouthpiece explores the voices inside a woman’s head

Nora Sadava and Amy Nostbakken talk about Mouthpiece, which is part of the 2017 High Performance Rodeo

The Rodeo hits the homestretch

The final weekend of the High Performance Rodeo is jammed with shows worth checking out.

Landline takes theatre out for a walk

The High Performance Rodeo and presents Landline Afternoons, through January 28 Did you ever stop and think, as you walk through your city en route to the next stop in your life, that someone, in some other city, on... Continue Reading →

Declaration an article (11) of indigenous spirit

The High Performance Rodeo¬†and presents Declaration at the Municipal Building, January 26 & 27, 7pm (Artist talks at noon, Open Lab until 5:30pm) Pay What You Want by Stephen Hunt One of the coolest things about the High Performance... Continue Reading →

Winner or Loser?

The High Performance¬†Rodeo, Theatre Replacement, Neworld Theatre in association with Crow's Theatre present Winners or Losers at The West Village Theatre, January 25-28, 9p.m. by Stephen Hunt For Marcus Youssef and James Long, it started back around 2009 (or 10)... Continue Reading →

By Heart Uses Its Words

The High Performance Rodeo & Teatro Nacional D. Maria II present By Heart, January 24-26 Four stars Review by Stephen Hunt One part English lit class, one part personal monologue, and one part a secret political survival strategy, By Heart... Continue Reading →

Brad Fraser takes Shakespeare to the Rodeo

Playwright Brad Fraser talks about how he adapted Shakespeare to create an All's Well That Ends Well that connects with 21st century audiences.

Juliet finds her Romeo – uh oh

A review of Juliet & Romeo, a new adapation from Decidedly Jazz Danceworks that opened Wednesday at the High Performance Rodeo.

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