Tagged: Citadel Theatre

Season 4 Episode 18

It’s the big one, folks: The Children of God episode is here. We even saw it twice. Special guest Laura Raboud offers her musical expertise on the show that, by all popular accounts, has that really, really powerful ending. Like, really. For. Real. (No spoilers, either. Really.)

In other news, we also caught a night at the SkirtsAFire Festival, and brought Dan Shessel of Northern Nerdcast to see the quirky co-pro from Northern Light Theatre and L’UniThéâtre, Do This In Memory of Me (En Memoire de Moi). Between the church’s role in Canada’s residential schools to the story of a young girl who longs to be an altar boy, it’s the most Catholic week we’ve had in a while.

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Season 4 Episode 12

Photo by Alexis McKeown

Pipelines, patriarchs, and Pinafore, oh my! We see the timely re-mount of Matthew MacKenzie’s Bears, which spun through town last week with Punctuate! Theatre before heading on a cross-province tour. Then, the father/son relationship went under the magnifying glass (to illuminate the miniatures) in Tetsuro Shigematsu’s Empire of the Son at the Citadel. And it’s baby’s first opera: guest host Colleen Feehan gives us a crash course on Edmonton Opera‘s HMS Pinafore.

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Season 4 Episode 10

Paul and Fawnda start the new year with some serious theatre in the Tony-award winning, Pulitzer Prize-nominated The Humans at the Citadel. We also spent the holiday cold snap shuttered in with dance docs and podcasts. Join us as we drag our asses into 2018, kicking and spinning our heels.

Here are the links we promised you this episode:

AB Ballet podcast
Dancer (documentary)
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