Posts Tagged: Ghost River Theatre

‘Makambe Speaks’ is an evening of humour and truth.

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Makambe K. Simamba has a lot to say. A lot of stories to tell. Tales about being an artist, about being a Black woman living in Alberta, tales about expectations and having moments of vulnerability. Makambe Speaks, produced by Ghost River Theatre in association with Handsome Alice Theatre is a solo show that runs 90 […]

Ghost River Theatre’s ‘Struck’ fails to be striking

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Ghost River Theatre’s Struck is a lot of things. It’s a stream of consciousness. It’s an exploration of an split second that changes everything. It’s examining a traumatic event. Written and directed by artistic director Eric Rose, Struck tells of the true story of how Eric was struck by lightning at the age of 21. […]

Sensory Box lets you rediscover theatre

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Rediscover. Slow down and savour. This is the idea at the heart of Ghost River Theatre’s SensoryBox. You get to unwrap a box in the company of others at the theatre in a socially distant way, or from the comfort of your own home, with the soothing sound of Mike Tan’s voice as your narrator […]