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Five Questions. Five Answers. And One Big Decision: Rock, Paper, Or Scissors?     Man Saved By Condiments! Company: Theatre Arlo Based on the true story of a man whose car went off a bridge, broke his hip, and survived for five days by eating the packets of condiments he found under his seat. Show ... Read The Full Article...

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Five Questions. Five Answers. And One Big Decision: Rock, Paper, Or Scissors? Big Girls Don’t Cry Company: Crowning Monkey Productions Written by: Rachelle Elie Fringe veteran and winner of the 2008 Ottawa Fringe Festival Outstanding Comedy Award, Rachelle Elie returns with a dazzling new show about Haitian fathers, Kenyan night clubs, and aging Barbies. Show ... Read The Full Article...

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Five Questions. Five Answers. And One Big Decision: Rock, Paper, Or Scissors?   Initium/Finis Company: Theatre Reverb Written by: Kristin Arnesen and Radoslaw Konopka A sensual tale of violence and revolutions born in a futuristic metropolis. Theatre Reverb combines media, red-light cabaret, live music, Judeo-Christian and Hindu myth, and classical Indian dance-theatre to envelop spectators ... Read The Full Article...

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Five Questions. Five Answers. And One Big Decision: Rock, Paper, Or Scissors?   Afternoon Tea With Jane Austen Orange Wine Productions Meet English novelist Jane Austen (the woman behind such beloved books as Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice) in this solo show about the creator of some of the most popular stories and ... Read The Full Article...

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Five Questions. Five Answers. And One Big Decision: Rock, Paper, Or Scissors? The Rope In Your Hands Written and performed by Siobhan O’Loughlin Directed by Danielle Skraastad The Rope in Your Hands, written and performed by Siobhan O’Loughlin, is an interview-based solo show featuring the stories of thirteen different survivors of Hurricane Katrina in New ... Read The Full Article...

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Five Questions. Five Answers. And One Big Decision: Rock, Paper, Or Scissors?   Judge, Yuri & Executioner Company: Temerity Theatre Company Directed by: DeLisa White Zack is an 85-year-old masochist who prefers older women. His girlfriend just left him. Where can he find a kinky senior citizen now? Time to tell his darkly funny life ... Read The Full Article...

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Five Questions. Five Answers. And One Big Decision: Rock, Paper, Or Scissors?   Little Lady The transformation of Cirque Du Soleil performer and Celine Dion dancer to performer generated theater artist is mirrored in this dark, comic and at times grotesque fable about our modern obsession with image. The exquisite movement skills of Lafond juxtapose ... Read The Full Article...

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blue for boys

These women of the arts hail from different disciplines, but they all have an indomitable spirit and a luminescent spark that makes them amazing human beings who are out there every day, doing amazing work. Today we continue our series with Heidi G. Grumelot. Heidi Grumelot is the Artistic Director of Horse Trade Theater Group. ... Read The Full Article...

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There Is No Good News featuring David Mogolov (Photo by Daniel Van Ackere)

From the moment you hear David Mogolov utter the words: “When I was seven years old my parents bought me a bullwhip,” the ice is broken, the walls immediately come down, and you are brought into a world of a hilarious, yet serious, one-man show that is There Is No Good News. I found myself ... Read The Full Article...

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So, what exactly is a FRIGID Hangover?  Well, if you’re me, it’s the pounding headache you woke up with this morning after celebrating at the FRIGID Closing Ceremonies last night. But if you’re one of the lucky ones a FRIGID Hangover means that – by popular demand – yours was picked as one of the ... Read The Full Article...

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Boatload  (photo by Stars And Hearts)

In Boat Load the boat of the title is a metaphor representing the creative muse of Gary Bazman, an underachieving actor who has stayed too long in his small hometown. The load is the passenger list, a lifetime of Gary’s familiars – father, mother, girlfriend, professional contacts, friends, imaginary characters, even his cat, Mr. Tangerine. ... Read The Full Article...

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Joe Mazza in The Hyperbolist (Photo by Susan Ask)

  As you enter The Red Room, the small black box theater space upstairs from KGB Bar, to attend The Hyperbolist, don’t be surprised to find performer/auteur Joe Mazza already there waiting to personally greet you. His is an undeniable presence, crackling with the energy of the irrepressible performer, eager to shake hands, quip with ... Read The Full Article...

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