Posts tagged ‘stanley-theatre’

Tear the Curtain Weaves Theatrical Magic, Wrecks Heads

Tear the Curtain is simultaneously one of the most original-looking and confounding plays I’ve ever seen. A co-production four years in the making by the Arts…

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Glengarry Glen Ross Crackles With Macho Energy

In 2216, theatre historians will study David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross as one of the most important plays of the second half of the twentieth century.…

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West Coast Love Blooms in “Paradise Garden”

Note to Loyal Readers: I’m aware that this is the fourth theatre review I’ve posted in the last three weeks. Never fear, that should be enough…

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A Favourite Movie Memory at the Stanley Theatre

Rebecca wrote a short history of the Stanley Theatre, and it reminded me of one of my favourite movie-going experiences. On May 24, 1989 (I know…

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