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NOAH REID’S HAMLET

Tarragon Theatre’s presentation of Shakespeare’s play Hamlet is not for purists. Those looking for a standard-issue staging of the Bard will freak at this production. This show is bare bones and the stage is mostly stripped, with only a row … Continue reading

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PUPPET PANDEMONIUM

I arrived early at the George Ignatieff Theatre for the opening of Hamlet…A Puppet Epic!, written by Tom McGee (presently alive) and William Shakespeare (now deceased). It was a national holiday, late afternoon, and with a million other things going on, … Continue reading

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BLAIS AT THE WINTER GARDEN

I saw Shakespeare’s Hamlet this morning at the Winter Garden, one of the finest theatres in Canada. It’s a grand theatre, ornate and opulent, but the Hamlet had a clear, sweet, contemporary ring to it, without losing any of its … Continue reading

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