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Loneliness is a part of urban life. Tens of thousands of people living together in a small space, crammed into apartment buildings and packed shoulder to shoulder on public transit. Thousands of people brought together through the urban experience on a daily basis but hardly ever speaking. Hardly ever making eye-contact. Hardly ever feeling a deeper sense of connection and intimacy to others.

Wednesday, 02 July 2014 14:36

Gary Has a Date is a true comedy of errors

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For Emily Windler performing her play Gary Has a Date is not only a way to push her physical comedy skills to the max, it’s a means to engage audiences of all ages in a truly joyful live theatre experience.

In the outrageous rock parody tradition of Spinal Tap, the 2014 Chautauqua Festival welcomes Die Roten Punkte’s “Super Musician” for two explosive days to the Lyric Theatre stage.

A woman gazes at her small house, lost in a white landscape where snow and sky are the same.

Wednesday, 04 June 2014 14:15

Chickens: The Barnyard Musical Comedy

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The runaway hit musical Chickens is back at Rosebud Theatre this summer, and to mark the occasion, Alberta troubadours Lewis & Royal are releasing the play’s 20th anniversary soundtrack.

Exam time can be stressful enough on its own. Imagine taking that test on stage in front of a paying crowd of family, friends and yes, strangers.

The winners of the 2013 Saskatchewan Young Readers’ Choice Willow Awards were announced at a literary event in Swift Current on May 7.

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