Lysistrata and The Temple of Gaia is playing at Strathcona Park until August 26, 2018.
Barbara Popel: “It’s a rare play that elicits sympathy for all its characters. The Clean House, however, achieves this. All the more remarkable a feat, since it is an amalgam of comedy, drama, and surrealism.”
There were a lot of laughs in Strathcona Park on the opening night of Odyssey Theatre’s fantastically funny The Servant of Two Masters.
Apt613 is giving away two tickets to see Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike at The Gladstone Theatre. The show runs until June 5 and the winner can attend a performance of their choice subject to availability. To enter, send and email with the subject header “Vanya” to email@example.com. A winner will be selected by […]
Hannah Moscovitch has been called Canada’s most competent and hottest young playwright. This praise extends abroad, with such publications as the Chicago Tribune and The Guardian recognising her talent. Watching her newest play This is War, which runs at the Great Canadian Theatre Company until February 23, it is clear why the 35-year-old has received so much acclaim. Set in Afghanistan […]
At this time of year, most of us, whatever our religious beliefs, enjoy stories with messages of redemption and happy endings. Charles Dickens knew what he was doing when he wrote A Christmas Carol, as did Frank Capra when he directed It’s a Wonderful Life. And so did Canada’s prolific playwright Norm Foster when […]
Picture this: You are sitting in The Gladstone with your father watching a play about the early history of the vibrator. Do you: a) feel awkward; b) laugh at the unusual situation; or c) become captivated by the delightful show in front of you. After viewing the very funny and intriguing production of In the Next […]