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It’s Christmas in July as Cinderella returns to Neptune Theatre

Consider it Christmas in July, as Halifax’s Neptune Theatre gets ready to present a remount of Cinderella. Modelled after the traditional British pantomime, or “panto”...

Theatre review: Assassins doesn’t quite shoot to kill

Long before people were scratching their heads about a hip hop musical centered on one of the U.S. founding fathers, they were similarly scratching...

Assassins is not your typical musical theatre fare

Musical theatre has never shied away from unusual or controversial topics. We’ve seen shows about public toilets in Urinetown, misguided missionaries in The Book...

Theatre review: Becoming Carol is quirky, odd, but ultimately entertaining

Becoming Carol is like being invited to your cousin’s basement to watch one of their shows. It’s a bit rough around the edges, full...

Theatre review: Little Thing, Big Thing is feckin’ grand

Little Thing, Big Thing has one of the most surprising endings you’ll likely see on stage all year, but it isn’t the only thing...

Theatre review: The Color Purple sings

For a story set in rural Georgia at the beginning of the 20th century, it is surprising just how sadly relevant The Color Purple...

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