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Caravan Theatre tackles mental health and suicide with Sarah Kane’s 4:48 Psychosis

One of a handful of in-person shows at this year's Halifax Fringe Festival, Caravan Theatre tackles Sarah Kane's 4:48 Psychosis before embarking on a tour...

Vincenzo Ravina is making online magic

Last time we spoke with Halifax magician Vincenzo Ravina he was making television magic on Penn & Teller: Fool Us. Fast forward a few weeks since the...

It’s time for Dispatch

Halifax theatre artist Annie Valentina and her web developer partner Isa Grant knew it was only a matter of time before they would create...

Gale Force Theatre delivers with A Tale on Two Wheels

Halifax's Gale Force Theatre is taking it outside, literally rolling in on a tandem bicycle this weekend to local parks with their new kid-friendly...

Fringe review: M: The Berlin Murders is a welcome site-specific show

M: The Berlin Murders show starts with a bang with the large cast exiting, entering, and moving through the audience at a lightning quick...

Fringe review: Counting to a Hundred is like the best kind of Facebook chain letter

In his show Counting to a Hundred, solo performer and writer Michael Lake steps onto the stage with three piles of paper, each numbered from...

Fringe review: Walking While Black in Moscow is a worthwhile trip

Forget next week's predicted hurricane, veteran fringe performer Les Kurkendaal's newest play Walking While Black in Moscow is a force of nature you will...

Fringe review: Building 17: A Conspiracy in One Act is a well-crafted history lesson

In theatre school there is the janitor test. If a janitor walked into the room and did not understand what was going on, would...

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