Theatre Articles

Birnton Theatricals’ Fully Committed is great intimate theatre

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There is a little show by Birnton Theatricals at Lunchbox Theatre called Fully Committed, written by Becky Mode, directed by Chris Stockton and starring Griffin Cork. One young actor, a headset connected to a reservation line that won’t ever stop ringing, and 40 different characters. It’s a bit of a daunting role for Griffin Cork, […]

The Wedding Party is the best wedding you will attend

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Alberta Theatre Projects’ production of The Wedding Party by Kristen Thomson is that wild wedding that you always wanted to attend, as long as it wasn’t YOU in the middle of the family bickering. It has it all – the narcissist father of the bride who is paying for the whole affair, the mother of […]

Theatre Calgary’s ‘Noises Off’ is a chaotic farce

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Theatre Calgary’s production of Noises Off by Michael Frayn, kicks off their season, with a very involved farce about a farce. You’ll need a stiff drink after this one, as it’s a all action all the time in a complicated, choreographed sequence of events that you should be laughing at. There are parts that are […]