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Neptune Theatre stays connected while it plans for the future

Artists around the world are finding new ways to connect and engage with audiences during this time of physical distancing. With stages dark, many...

Hurricanes and pandemics won’t stop this production of Giant Killer Shark: The Musical

Earlier this year, the Halifax Fringe Festival saw many of its shows cancelled due to Hurricane Dorian. Fast forward six months and many of...

Theatre artists from across the country come together for Isolate Nights

Seventy artists from across Canada have been busy this past week. While that might seem like an oxymoron given the state of the world...

20 years of friendship: live with the company of Softly, Now

Part concert, part memoir, 2b theatre will present the world premiere of the company's newest show Softly, now. Unplugged and singing the soundtrack of their...

Théâtre DesAssimilés steps away from the absurd with Antioche

The second production in Théâtre DesAssimilés' (TDA) Premier Acte project and the third from the company overall, the Halifax French-language theatre company will present...

Theatre review: Calendar Girls may very well be the antidote we need right now

With COVID-19 making the endless 24-hour news cycles at the moment, an uplifting story of love, friendship with six fearless women at its core...

Baring it all for charity: live with the company of Calendar Girls

Nude calendars may be commonplace now with everyone from firefighters to rugby players and even Canadian authors baring it all over the years to...

Two Halifax musicals dominate nominations for this year’s professional theatre awards

Halifax theatre companies are well represented as Theatre Nova Scotia announced the nominees for the 2020 Robert Merritt Awards, the province's annual celebration of...

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Film review: Mulan is a soulful, live-action remake, but loses original’s fun

Disney has once again revived a classic animated film from their canon to produce a remake, but unlike last year’s Lion King, this live-action...

20 questions (pandemic edition) with Abady Alzahrani

During this time of social distancing and dark venues, Halifax Presents continues to check-in with members of our arts community to find out how...

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...

Shining a light on an industry that remains dark

Barring any potential power outages from the arrival of post-tropical storm Teddy, beginning one hour after sundown today, several local buildings and marquees will...

Neptune Theatre goes old school for fundraiser

Halifax's Neptune Theatre is going old school as it gets set to host a telethon to raise much-needed funds after being forced to postpone...
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