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Edmonton Theatre Listings – March 2020

Edmonton Theatre Listings – March 2020

Dystopian cyberpunk, eco-thrillers, human connection and loss: March is going to be a heavy month in Edmonton theatre. But, hey – these are perfect themes for these literally dystopic times.  As You Like It, Citadel Theatre, until Mar 15   Skirts Afire Festival, until Mar 8   Girl 

In-Yer-Face with StoneMarrow Theatre’s Crave

In-Yer-Face with StoneMarrow Theatre’s Crave

This week’s interview features the cast of Crave – Alex Dawkins, Sarah Emslie and Gabriel Richardson – which is being staged as part of the Fringe Theatre’s off-season by local indie company StoneMarrow Theatre. Scroll down to listen to that. Theatre news this week included 

Review: Everybody Loves Robbie at Northern Light Theatre

Review: Everybody Loves Robbie at Northern Light Theatre

Oh, to be 17 and in love again. Actually, scratch that – being 17 sucked. Being 17 and in love, with your heart about to be crushed like a bug? The. Worst. Everybody Loves Robbie is new play by local playwright Ellen Chorley currently running 

Celebrating drama kids with Everybody Loves Robbie

Celebrating drama kids with Everybody Loves Robbie

This week’s theatre news comes from the Citadel, which is about to open Cost of Living, a Pulitzer-winning play written by Martyna Majok. They play features two performers who use wheelchairs. As part of bringing this show to Edmonton, the Citadel unveiled new accessibility upgrades 

Bloody and bejeweled: a review of Baroness Bianka’s Bloodsongs

Bloody and bejeweled: a review of Baroness Bianka’s Bloodsongs

Despite the kooky premise, there’s a lot to find familiar in Baroness Bianka’s Bloodsongs. Sure, most of us probably aren’t blood-addicted nurses descended from Eastern European nobility who can sniff out your blood type from 50 paces, but our host Bianka has a familiar tale 

All the middle-aged ladies put your hands up

All the middle-aged ladies put your hands up

This week is all about taking back the stage for the middle-aged ladies. First up is Kristin Johnston, who is starring in Northern Light Theatre’s season opener Baroness Bianka’s Bloodsongs. After that is Nancy McAlear, director of The Roommate, which is opening Shadow Theatre’s new