Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Sankofa Trilogy

Blood Claat is the first part of the trilogy, and certainly made me feel I should see the other two parts. Unfortunately, I will not be able to do so this time around.D’bi.young Anitafrika is the writer and performer and … Continue reading

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Soulpepper excells at moody plays, so Ibsen is right up their alley. This production of Ghosts is no exception – it was just excellent. The acting and direction made sure that the dialogue and plot were clear. Nothing prevented you … Continue reading

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Love lies bleeding

A new ballet from the Alberta Ballet company, with music by Elton John and BernienTaupin. This is a great production to introduce a new generation to ballet but is not likely to become part of the classic repertoire. It was … Continue reading

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Private Lives

Paul Gross at Elyot? what could be better? Unfortunately, he was sick and the understudy played the part. He was very good – smooth, sophisticated and line perfect. Gareth clarke is his name, and he is generally a London, west … Continue reading

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