Posts Tagged: Alberta Theatre Projects

Teenage Dick is a brutal but funny production that captures Shakespeare’s villain.

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The Shakespeare Company is producing Richard III right now in the Vertigo Studio, and down the street at the Martha Cohen Theatre, Alberta Theatre Projects, in association with The Shakespeare Company and Hit & Myth Productions is producing Teenage Dick, a modern interpretation of Shakespeare’s Richard III. It’s a lot of examination of the villainous […]

‘The F Word’ is theatre that needs to take up space.

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‘The reality is that we live in an anti-fat society.’ This is from the note in The F Word playbill from co-creators and performers Keshia Cheesman and Bianca Miranda. It captures in its totality what fat people experience each and every day. It’s a space where thinness is revered and considered the beauty standard, and […]

Alberta Theatre Projects’ The Jungle Book is beautiful but needs major editing.

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Alberta Theatre Projects’ holiday show is an adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s story by Rohit Chokhani, who also directed it. It is an interpretation that sets the narrative in the heart of India and immerses the audience in the richness of Indian culture, landscape and colour. The production transforms the Martha Cohen Stage into an Indian […]