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The Edible Woman is a delectable satire

“Thank you, it was delicious.” This line succinctly captures the essence of the play in which it appears, the recent stage adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s “proto-feminist” classic The Edible Woman. Canadian playwright Dave Carley’s script works as a satire of marriage, gender roles and relationships in general, and while it does not push the politics of

Vimy in time for Remembrance Day

Vern Thiessen’s Vimy is the first show of the season for the local non-profit theatre organization Live Five, telling the story of a nurse tending four wounded Canadian soldiers recovering at a field hospital during the First World War. It is directed by Natasha Martina and stars many current and former U of S drama

Fringe review: It’s Been Taken

Part two in a series of reviews featuring a selection of plays at the Saskatoon Fringe Festival. It's Been Taken is a lovely comic break if you want to tickle your funny bone, reminisce about your past and escape your own harsh reality for sixty minutes.

Fringe review: Shoot! Get Treasure! Repeat!

Part one in a series of reviews featuring a selection of plays at the Saskatoon Fringe Festival. Shoot! Get Treasure! Repeat! is an intense production that will take command of your heart, attention and your mind ”” and just won't stop until the curtain falls.

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