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July 24, 2014

A Shakespeare comedy by the Bow Slapstick humour keeps audience laughing before the joke gets old
in Theatre

June 19, 2014

Festival sparks diverse multidisciplinary performances Ignite! celebrates 10 years of showcasing emerging artists
in Theatre

June 12, 2014

Tomorrow's works onstage today Lunchbox Theatre festival gives audience dramaturgical voice
in Theatre Major Matt Mason in Control Collective examines the space between adolescence and adulthood
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May 29, 2014

Bringing opera to the people Cowtown company redefines art form in effort to save it
in Opera

May 22, 2014

Sherlock has new face and new fans Sexed up franchise gets live treatment at Vertigo Theatre
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May 15, 2014

Shakespeare Company offers comic relief Twelfth Night a beloved play about pursusing your passion
in Theatre History reigns in Nanton Charming town a prime destination for antique shopping
in Travel

May 8, 2014

Basement boys seek salvation A responsible look at living in your parents’ basement
in Theatre Theatre Junction goes Supernova Multi-disciplinary show seeks meaning in a digitized environment and finds porn in the suburbs
in Theatre

May 1, 2014

Alberta Ballet pays tribute to Class Acts Choreography inspired by music and stars of Hollywood’s golden age
in Dance A theatrical introduction to vibrant discusson Play imagines emotionally charged meeting between two famous writers
in Theatre

April 24, 2014

Kinkonauts give John Hughes classic the improv treatment The jock, the pretty girl and the outcast ditch the script
in Comedy

April 17, 2014

Amphibian provokes conversation about environment Puppets help tell tale about eco-anxiety in a world of greed
in Theatre Religious rebels in Roman times Third Street looks at period when gay was okay, but Christianity was deadly
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April 10, 2014

Touched by technology New musical examines personal connection in the digital age
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April 3, 2014

King comes back down to earth The Mountaintop portrays the human side of the legendary civil rights activist
in Theatre Calgary Opera premières new look for Madame Butterfly Lights and Japanese shoji screens bring intimacy to tragic story
in Opera

March 27, 2014

More to love Artists' Collective Theatre explores body image with Fat Pig
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March 20, 2014

Same skin, different attitude Same Same But Different challenges Bollywood's portrayal of beauty
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