S8E2: Burning bridges in The Great Whorehouse Fire of 1921

Twilla MacLeod and Sue Huff in The Great Whorehouse Fire of 1921, running until Nov. 28. (Ian Jackson/EPIC Photography)

Colleen and Fawnda take in a real, live show! Northern Light Theatre’s The Great Whorehouse Fire of 1921 is a delightful, socially-scorching two-hander by Linda Wood Edwards, played out with sass by Sue Huff and Twilla MacLeod. The show runs at the Varscona Theatre until Nov. 28.

I Don’t Get It is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network: Locally grown, community supported. 

Thanks to this episode’s sponsors: RÜMI and Taproot Edmonton.

Other bits:
BE Merry, Ballet Edmonton’s holiday show
Brian Webb Dance Company’s 43rd season announced
Jason Kenney’s Hotboy Summer extends its run
Shumka’s Nutcracker is coming Dec. 17-18

2 comments

  1. Sue Huff

    Thanks for coming to see the show and for this thoughtful discussion about the themes explored in Linda’s play. I tuned in after the final show of the run and it was like an excellent book club discussion over glasses of wine, with friends!

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