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Big changes are coming to Halifax’s 2b theatre company

After 20 years as one of 2b theatre company's founding artistic co-directors, Anthony Black has announced he will be leaving the company. According to a...

The Bus Stop makes its final push

Following a recent contribution of $355,000 from Canadian Heritage, The Bus Stop Theatre Co-op has launched a final push to purchase and renovate its...

Halifax Theatre for Young People to stream opera once performed in Czech concentration camp

Like so many theatre companies around the world, the Halifax Theatre for Young People is going digital by presenting its 2019 production of Brundibár...

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...

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...

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