Posts Tagged: Hit & Myth Productions

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 Shakespeare Company’s Goblin: Macbeth is creepy improvised fun

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The Shakespeare Company with the generous support of Hit and Myth Productions fulfills its promises when it comes to their production of Goblin: MacBeth. It’s horror, fantasy, improvisation and Shakespeare all mashed together. The play is conceived by and stars Rebecca Northan and Bruce Horak in full goblin masks, involving the audience and improvising as […]

The Shakespeare Company and collaborators put on a strong version of ‘The Merchant of Venice’

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Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice is argued to be an antisemitic play. It is full of language and dialogue that demonizes the sole Jewish character in the story, Shylock. In the decision for the Shakespeare Company, with support from Hit & Myth and the University of Calgary School of Creative and Performing Arts, Division of […]