Recent Blog Posts

For the First Time, the Fluid Dance Festival Focuses on Local Artists

The pandemic is allowing the festival to discover the power in cultivating a local community Read more at The Dance Current. Photo courtesy of Springboard Performance

LiveWire Calgary – Racism in the arts: Calgary artists hope vicious cycle broken

My article on racism in the arts in LiveWire Calgary. Photo Credit: Tim Nguyen

Vertigo Theatre is exploring the friendship between Sherlock and Watson in new play

Braden Griffiths and Curt McKinstry are stepping back into their roles as Sherlock Holmes and Watson for the play Sherlock Holmes and the Raven’s Curse at Vertigo Theatre. They played these characters once before in Sherlock Holmes and the American Problem, and they are thrilled to come back. “I’m absolutely excited to have the opportunity,” […]

Recent Reviews

Alberta Theatre Projects’ In Wonderland is a production of joy and awe

Alice in Wonderland. With a twist. That’s Alberta Theatre Projects’ holiday show. In Wonderland by Anna Cummer is a modern twist on a classic. With three actors on stage, the premise is quite the challenge. But ATP and the talented artists took it into their hands and created a wild ride. There is so much […]

Vertigo Theatre’s Murder in the Studio is a welcome return to live theatre

What better way to ease back into live theatre than a radio play by the queen of crime, Agatha Christie. It a fitting start to Vertigo Theatre’s season, as during the 608 days of being dark, Vertigo put on mystery radio and streamed it for audiences. Radio plays are generally intriguing and fascinating to watch, […]

Ignorance is bliss: One Yellow Rabbit’s bliss (the birthday party play)

If you are have both shots of COVID vaccine and are looking to ease back into theatre, One Yellow Rabbit’s bliss (the birthday party play) is a good choice. It explores deep concepts of self and revelations and vulnerability, without veering into darkness. It also breaks down the fourth wall and leaves the audience with […]