Diana Son’s Stop Kiss is a beautifully awkward play revolving around a friendship that gradually evolves into love.
Debuting at the Greystone Theatre on March 19, Our Country’s Good marks the end of another prosperous season for the University of Saskatchewan’s drama department.
Currently on the Persephone main stage in Saskatoon, Equivocation is a gripping play that explores history, politics, morality and the meaning of truth.
As a theatrical performance, Scene Slam offers a very unique experience and opportunity. Going beyond a traditional theatre show, it engages the audience in everything from developing script ideas to acting — leaving it largely up to the crowd to determine how the evening will take shape.
The Caretaker is the latest offering of the Persephone season. Written by Harold Pinter, the play focuses on two brothers who invite a homeless man into their home, creating conflict and chaos.
Farragut North is the first show of Live Five's 2012-2013 season. The play, which was adapted to the screen last year in George Clooney’s The Ides of March, is an engaging, riveting narrative, focusing on the back room dealings of political campaigns.
The upcoming “One-Queer Show: Challenging the Identity of Woman” at the Refinery is both a personal snapshot of its star and author, Sara Waldbillig and a historical document.
“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
If birds could speak, oh the lyrics they would weave. The final instalment of Greystone Theatre’s season tackles ancient Greek tragedy combined with modern political commentary — along with a healthy dose of sex, violence and excitement. The Love of the Nightingale by Timberlake Wertenbaker is a retelling of the old story from Ovid’s Metamorphoses about
“Anne is loved for her spirit, energy and imagination. She approaches life how other people wish they could.” This glowing character sketch is given by Linnea Bargen, who plays the lead role of Anne in the upcoming Newman Players version of Anne of Green Gables, opening March 14 at 7 p.m. in the Fr. O’Donnell Auditorium.